Dr Jennifer Hastie led the project to demonstrate the first tunable diamond Raman lasers, achieved by incorporating the Raman crystals into semiconductor disk lasers; a novel type of tunable laser extensively developed at the Institute of Photonics said that Raman lasers work by firing a pump light beam through a crystal, thus creating heat, and as that heat is generated the laser beam is converted to a different colour.
She added that if the initial colour of the pump light is tunable, for example that provided by a semiconductor disk laser, we can achieve tuning of the Raman laser colour.
Infrared light injected into a microscopic semiconductor disk
follows a similar course, circulating along the disk's edge for long periods with little diminution in intensity.
This timely publication presents a review of the most recent developments in the field of Semiconductor Disk Lasers.
Red Semiconductor Disk Lasers by Intracavity Frequency Conversion
3W cw Output Power from an Optically Pumped Semiconductor Disk
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Current applications range from digital cameras to semiconductor disks
, while NANDs versatility and cost-performance position makes it the ideal memory for electronic books and digital music players (MP3).
1 PC Card sockets directly (up to eight, by cascading four 468s), PCMCIA hard disks and semiconductor disks
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