RPMC Lasers White Papers

Lasers for Machine Vision: Selection Criteria

  Interested in adding machine vision into your system? Wanting to make improvements to your current machine vision setup? We can assist you in this process with our newest white paper, titled “Lasers for Machine Vision: Selection Criteria." After...

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Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs) for Infrared Countermeasures

At RPMC, we are excited to announce the release of our newest white paper titled "Quantum Cascade Lasers (QCLs) for Infrared Countermeasures." Here at RPMC Lasers, we have recently entered into a new distribution agreement with mirSense in France,...

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Laser Sources for Lidar Applications

At RPMC, we are excited to announce the release of our newest white paper titled “Laser Sources for LiDAR Applications." Over the past year, we have published an extensive amount of educational content on the fundamentals of LiDAR as well as various...

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Laser Requirements for Time Gated Active Night Vision Imaging Systems

At RPMC, we are excited to announce the release of our newest white paper titled “Laser Requirements for Time Gated Active Night Vision Imaging Systems."  In this paper, we review the fundamentals of modern night vision camera technology. We then go...

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Laser Requirements for Wind Turbine Monitoring Lidar Systems

At RPMC, we are excited to announce the release of our newest white paper titled "Laser Requirements for Wind Turbine Monitoring LiDAR Systems."  In this paper, we expand on the fundamental concept of Doppler LiDAR, which was discussed in great detail...

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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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Single Frequency Fiber Lasers For Doppler Lidar

Doppler lidar takes advantage of the fact that when light interacts with moving object, it experiences a frequency shift.   This frequency shift allows you to measure the velocity of both solid objects and to track winds and aerosols.  One of the most...

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Multi-Color Fluorescence

Multi-color fluorescence microscopy is a widely used technique to generate multi-spectral images of cells and other small objects for identifying the spatial distribution of molecules of interest in complex heterogeneous samples. In this article, we...

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How Mode-Locked Lasers Affect the Past, Present, and Future of Two-Photon Microscopy

Ultra-fast mode-locked lasers have enabled two-photon microscopy, also referred to as multiphoton microscopy, to revolutionize the biological imaging.  This technique now allows users to create high-resolution fluorescence images of living cells,...

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CW Solid State Laser Sources for the Life Sciences: An Introduction.

   As lasers become more commonplace in many applications within the life sciences, including Super Resolution Imaging, Confocal Microscopy, Flow Cytometry, DNA Sequencing, and Optogenetics, many times the engineer or researcher knows the key...

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