PHOTONIC FRONTIERS: ANTIMONIDE LASERS: Antimonide lasers fill hole in the mid-infrared spectrum

Development of III-V diode lasers based on GaSb and related compounds promises new mid-infrared sources at 2 to 4.2 µm for applications including gas sensing, medicine, and infrared countermeasures.

Jan 1st, 2010

Development of III-V diode lasers based on GaSb and related compounds promises new mid-infrared sources at 2 to 4.2 µm for applications including gas sensing, medicine, and infrared countermeasures. Jeff Hecht
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