Portable wideband laser has use in medical imaging and spectroscopy

Jan. 10, 2024
The SLP-1000 portable wideband laser is based on patterned alternating dispersion (PAD).

The SLP-1000 portable wideband laser is based on patterned alternating dispersion (PAD) and offers coherent, stable spectral output of 400 nm at -3 dB and 1500 nm at -20 dB in near-infrared with a repetition rate of 100 MHz, with ~20 fs pulses. Integrating a seed laser from Menlo Systems, it is designed as a light source for medical imaging and spectroscopy applications.  

SuperLight Photonics

Enschede, Netherlands

www.superlightphotonics.com

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