pump laser


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pump laser

A laser used as the pump for an optical amplifier or other laser. See EDFA and laser.
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In view of the strong demand for coherent transmission products to support rising bandwidth demand for data center interconnect and metro networks, the Group leverages state-of-art design and manufacturing capability of 3SP Technologies ("3SP") and the TO-Can packaging technology of O-Net to make significant strides in pump laser technology as demonstrated by the development of the TO pump.
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The pump laser is a diode-pumped solid-state laser that uses only one pump diode.
FITEL(R)'s high-power pump laser technology logged its third NASA space mission today with the launch of the Atlantis shuttle.
Our pump laser customer's in defense, medical, and industrial markets are increasingly requiring higher performance and increased stability.
These lasers do not require any cooling or external components to maintain wavelength, reducing their energy consumption by up to three times over a thermally-controlled pump laser.
Summary: Frequency modulating the pump laser in SBS slow-light delay systems increases the effective Brillouin bandwidth by nearly two orders of magnitude, making the fiber Brillouin amplifier technique applicable to all-optical controllable delay of Gb/s data.
Phase II will enable Alfalight to continue making fundamental improvements to the power conversion efficiency (PCE) of pump laser diodes and to develop high-efficiency, high-power diode laser stacks.
Neptec used a FITEL pump laser in its space vision laser camera system deployed aboard Discovery in 2001 to pinpoint the position of objects in space and ultimately speed assembly of components and modules of the International Space Station.