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    Ruggedized, MIL-Spec Er:Glass Lasers Tackle SWIR Challenges Head-On

    Short wavelength infrared (SWIR) applications like laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS), night vision, range finding, and time-of-flight (ToF) LiDAR benefit from the utilization of rugged, low SWaP (size, weight, and power), q-switched Er:Glass...

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    Unprecedented QCL Wavelengths for Enhanced Molecular Spectroscopy!

    Steady growth in the nuclear industry has led to an increase in demand for more accurate, efficient, and reliable detection and monitoring of critical compounds, like Uranium hexafluoride (UF6) assay or Methyl Iodide (CH3i). This has led to the...

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    Industry Leading CW Laser Combiners: Critical for the Life Sciences

    What's so critical about laser combiners? CW multi-wavelength combiners have proven to be a critical component in Life Science applications, reducing time, cost, and complexity, and fundamentally changing these applications, allowing for increased...

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    Expert Solutions for Your PCB Processing Applications

      Solutions Experts In business for over 20 years, with nearly 10,000 units fielded, the experts at Bright Solutions have built a history of success and have gained a vast amount of applications experience. In their modern applications lab, ideal for...

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    World’s First DPSS CW UV Laser Operating with Single Frequency @ 349nm

    2020 has been a challenging year for everyone, but the outlook for 2021 is looking increasingly optimistic!

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    How Will THIS Homogenized 'Stub Laser' Save You Money & Space?

    Looking for a User-Friendly 410-2300nm Tunable Laser for Spectroscopy?

    How Are VCSELs Contributing to the Evolution of Solid-State LiDAR?

    LiDAR is a critical component of ADAS (Advanced Driving Assisting System), AVs (Autonomous Vehicles), and industrial automation systems. Highly efficient VCSELs (vertical-cavity surface-emitting lasers), with their tiny footprint, attractive...

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    World's Smallest 4-Wavelength Combiner Gets Some Big Upgrades!

    jYCaMP: An Optimized Calcium Indicator for Two-Photon Imaging at Fiber Laser Wavelengths

    Are you looking for a high-power, high repetition rate, femtosecond fiber laser for your bioimaging application? Check out our newest white paper, titled "jYCaMP: An Optimized Calcium Indicator for Two-Photon Imaging at Fiber Laser Wavelengths."...

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    What Role Can VCSELs Play On The Frontline, Fighting COVID-19?

    Despite the recent economic depression caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the medical industry has seen continued growth. Among the new industry opportunities, demand for medical devices has spiked. In this article, we'll discuss one device in...

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    RPMC Lasers is Hiring to Expand its Sales Force!!

    RPMC Lasers is looking to hire a dedicated, technical person to join our sales force! As North America's largest laser distributor, our team is growing and we'd like to invite you to submit a resume and come talk to us about an exciting career in the...

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    Groundbreaking New QCL Wavelength Range From 10um to 17um!

    Mid-IR molecular spectroscopy is a rapidly developing and promising technique, enabling high-performance chemical detection and analysis for industrial or environmental purposes, with new wavelength ranges becoming commercially available. The...

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    Why is Polarization Switching Unsuitable for Interferometry?

    A common problem for HeNe laser customers is the issue of polarization switching, which is the sudden change of the polarization of different modes, especially in shorter tubes, which can be particularly detrimental when operating frequency stabilized

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    Laser Diode Fundamentals: What are Longitudinal Modes?

    Laser diodes must meet two critical requirements to facilitate the lasing process. The first requires that, at a minimum, the laser cavity's gain increases to the point that it reaches unity with the level of losses. This unity state is known as the...

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    Raman Spectroscopy: Why Are Picosecond Pulses Superior to Femtosecond?

    Spectroscopy is a class of analysis methods meant for chemical species identification and concentration measurement, based on emission spectra detection, if irradiated by an adequate light source. Fluorescence-based spectroscopy is one of the...

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    NEW Whitepaper: Fundamentals of Confocal Raman Microscopy

    At RPMC, we are excited to announce the release of our newest white paper titled "Fundamentals of Confocal Raman Microscopy."  While there are many white papers out there which focus heavily on the spectroscopy aspects of this application, we have...

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    How Does Concatenation Enhance Raman Spectroscopy?

    In previous blogs, we've explained the basics of Raman Spectroscopy, various trade-offs that exist when selecting the laser type (Multi-mode vs. Single-mode Lasers for Raman Spectroscopy), and laser wavelength (The Influence of Laser Wavelength on...

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    What Are the Critical Laser Source Requirements for Laser Designation?

    Combat zones can be extremely chaotic. With a massive influx of sensory input, implementing clear communication, rugged tools, and reliable instrumentation is key to a successful mission. One of the most challenging tasks in any aerial combat...

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    The NEW ALCOR 1064nm 5W Femtosecond Laser for Multi-Photon Microscopy!

    The ALCOR laser series from SPARK Lasers just received a nice power boost! This series, offered in a dual 920nm and 1064nm wavelength configuration up to 2W, or a single wavelength configuration with up to 4W at 920nm (highest power 920nm fs laser on...

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    Key Laser Requirements for Bathymetric and Topographic LiDAR

    Shortly after the invention of the first laser, a relevant application enabled by the availability of coherent light, called time-of-flight, emerged. ToF is the precise measurement of the round-trip time of a laser pulse from the source to the target...

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    Advantages of Two-Photon Microscopy Utilizing Femtosecond Fiber Lasers

    Traditional microscopy is the technical field of using microscopes to view objects and areas (mostly cells) that are not within the resolution range of the naked eye. Compound microscope designs feature objectives and condensers, but also consists of...

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    How Can This Flexible, 2300-211nm, High-Energy ns Laser Series Meet Your Unique Needs?

    Quantum Light Instruments' (QLI's) main product family is the Quantas Series.  This family of lasers offers compact, air-cooled, high-energy, low rep rate, DPSS lasers at the fundamental wavelengths of 1064 and 1053nm, and the standard harmonics...

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    Why is a Low Jitter Feature Important in Actively Q-switched DPSS Lasers?

    In actively Q-switched lasers, the user controls the pulsed laser output, so that no laser pulse emission occurs without providing a proper input signal, aka "the trigger". Due to the trigger signal propagation through the interface electronics, the...

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    RPMC Now Offers Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Lasers (VCSELs)!

    RPMC is excited to announce a partnership with BrightLaser! Through RPMC, BrightLaser now offers Vertical-Cavity Surface-Emitting Lasers (VCSELs)!

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