Wednesday, January 25, 2017

Breaking the optical bandwidth record of stable pulsed lasers

Researchers have redefined the limitations and constraints for ultra-fast pulsed lasers. They have produced the first pulsed passively mode-locked nanosecond laser, with a record-low and transform-limited spectral width of 105 MHz. With a compact architecture, modest power requirements, and the unique ability to resolve the full laser spectrum in the RF domain, the laser paves the way towards full on-chip integration for novel sensing and spectroscopy implementations.

from Geochemistry News -- ScienceDaily

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