Photonics Daily Insights - Apr 1st, 2024
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April 1, 2024
In this episode: a novel approach may advance next-gen electronics, a microscopy setup boosts biological discoveries, and a theoretical model promotes flying qubits.
The ring laser gyro uses two counter-propagating laser beams operating on different frequencies with the difference dependent on rotation rate.
On the heels of Focuslight Technologies’ acquisition of SUSS MicroOptics SA, Victor Xingsheng Liu, CEO and president of Focuslight, and Reinhard Voelkel, CEO of Focuslight Switzerland (formerly SUSS MicroOptics), discuss the benefits of uniting these two industry forces, what it means for photonics, and what the future holds.
Camera simulation tools speed up the machine vision validation process, saving time and money.
Quantum 2.0 technologies—including timing, computing, networking, and sensing—require much tighter control of light.
Join us April 18th at 2 p.m. ET for a review of the technologies and techniques for effective laser power measurement, with a story or two about where a laser power measurement went horribly wrong.
Dr. Michael Kajeton Barnoski, inventor of the optical time-domain reflectometer, passed away peacefully on February 23, 2024.
Researchers made a significant breakthrough in laser and fiber technology, which showcases the potential for the long-distance fiber delivery of high-power green laser pulses via hollow-core fibers (HCFs), a revolutionary new type of optical fiber.