pulsed laser


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pulsed laser

[′pəlst ′lā·zər]
(optics)
A laser in which a pulse of coherent light is produced at fixed time intervals, as required for ranging and tracking applications or to permit higher output power than can be obtained with continuous operation.
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Pillars structure of carbon was found at the substrate once the catalyst was activated during pulsed laser ablation of graphite.
The super pulsed laser has the distinction of being one of the fastest in the world--delivering pulses at 200 billionths of a second, producing average powers of 100mW and peak powers up to 50,000 mW per diode.
Since the response of the medium to external heating effect comes later after the pulsed laser heating interacts with the medium surface then there is a time lag, and by using the dual phase lag modification of the Fourier's law as invented by Tzou;
The BlueBird range of solid state pulsed lasers has been designed specifically to exploit this process for mastering surface relief holograms, and Geola has incorporated this in to its new digital mastering system for security or other surface relief holograms.
* a pulsed laser source arranged to produce a laser beam at a first wavelength, said laser beam being split into an object beam and a reference beam which is mutually coherent with said object beam;
OSI LDI's high sensitivity monolithic stack pulsed laser diodes operate at typical peak wavelength of 905 nm (minimum at 895 nm and maximum at 915 nm) with a spectral width of 8 nm.
* The monolithic-stack, pulsed laser diodes come in standard packaging that includes TO18C, TO18T, TO5C, TO5F, TO5T, and 9 mm housings.
The team of researchers led by Henry Kapteyn and Margaret Murnane developed the system by firing a femtosecond pulsed laser through a gas-filled waveguide.
Researchers at NIST have developed a novel dual-beam, dual-target pulsed laser deposition process for the fabrication of compositionally-graded thin film libraries.
A high penetration, non-contact pulsed laser distance monitor is used with or without reflectors, and is said to be ideal for measurement of powder and bulk material in smaller silos, bins or tanks of opaque liquids and of material in a pressurized vessel or silo under very low visibility conditions.
The pulsed laser light excites the dye molecules one at a time, causing them to emit light, or fluoresce.
The system incorporates a 0.2 ns pulsed laser for SAW generation and a Michelson interferometer detector with bandwidth over 800 MHz.

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