The Daily Beam - Oct 31st, 2023
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October 31, 2023
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Researchers achieve photonic crystal in-plane beam steering within the terahertz range—which has wide-ranging implications for the realms of optics, materials science, and 6G communications.
Latest News
Here are the top four photonics business moves that made headlines during the week ending October 27, 2023.
In this episode, we cover an AI-integrated camera for wildlife conservation, a chiral quantum light source that encodes information, and spin-optical lasers that hit the atomic scale.

Featuring unprecedented speed and resolution with four or two 16-bit input channels, 700 MHz input bandwidth, and 31 software selectable A/D sampling rates from 1 kS/s to 1 GS/s per channel. Standard 8 GB of onboard memory. PCIe data streaming rates up to 6 GB/s. PC Oscilloscope application and SDKs for C/C#, Python, MATLAB, & LabVIEW included.

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An ultrahigh-speed camera based on diffraction-gated real-time ultrahigh-speed mapping (DRUM) boasts an imaging speed and spatial resolution akin to expensive commercial high-speed systems, but operates at a fraction of the cost.
Researchers in Denmark built a dielectric nanocavity that compresses light below the diffraction limit—dispelling a widespread misconception that this was impossible in dielectric materials such as silicon.

Bringing vision to new heights with optics for space. Optimax has more than 25 years of experience producing optics with space-qualified cleaning, packaging, and contamination control for some of the most high-profile space missions.

On-demand Webinar
If you missed this October 26th webinar, it's now available for on-demand viewing! Join us and TRUMPF to learn how laser processing advances can address e-mobility/electrification battery production challenges.