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Beam steering in 980nm high power diode lasers
James Russell Guthrie
Thesis (M.A.Sc.) -- University of Toronto, 1994.
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This paper presents the characteristics of parabolic bow-tie laser arrays (PBTLAs) which are a novel category of laser diodes specially designed to achieve high power with high brightness at nm.
Beam steering in narrow-stripe high-power nm laser diodes Abstract: We used near-field scanning optical microscopy to measure the optical beam characteristics of weakly-guided narrow-stripe high-power laser diodes. Special features are the development of high-brightness diode lasers for application in direct materials processing, technologies of alloying single lasers and laser bars to sophisticated heat sinks and direct applications of high-power diode-laser systems with coherent and incoherent beam combining and also new concepts for diode-pumped solid-state lasers such as the fiber laser and the disc laser which become feasible through diode : Hardcover.
A theoretical analysis of beam instability (steering), commonly observed in high power ridge waveguide laser diodes is presented.
A physical model of multiple interfering lateral modes is proposed and implemented in a two-dimensional self-consistent numerical code. The optical power supply of the pump diode laser forms the basis of optical fiber amplifiers.
The availability of cheap and reliable pump diode lasers enabled optical amplifiers to conquer the. Special features are the development of high-brightness diode lasers for application in direct materials processing, technologies of alloying single lasers and laser bars to sophisticated heat sinks and direct applications of high-power diode-laser systems with coherent and incoherent beam combining.
The power density even decreases, since the high power diode laser emits in a large number of transversal modes of higher order. Therefore the emitted power is not diffraction limited (M2 >> 1) and has a large angle of divergence.
The spectral width of the modes is approximately 1 to 3 Size: 3MB. It is found that the output from the 1 µm x 1 cm laser diode can be reshaped and focused down to a spot of beam symmetry +/- 5 mm from the focal plane.
Experimentally, it was found that ~80% of the output power at the laser diode File Size: 1MB. Efficient, reliable, robust – our high-power diode lasers impress with their excellent quality and long service life. The entire process and technology chain in diode lasers Jenoptik develops and produces high-power diode lasers – ranging from semiconductor material, Mounted Diode Lasers and laser stacks to fiber-coupled diode laser modules.
Water-Cooled, Uncollimated Horizontal. Horizontal diode laser modules from 2 to 13 bars are available in CW or QCW operations. These extremely powerful arrays can be arranged in either a side-by-side arrangement or any other custom pattern in order to deliver maximum power density needed for side pumping of solid-state laser applications.
Consult for custom configurations. Our measurements demonstrate that: 1) frequency-locking of lateral modes exists for operating currents below the kink in the – curve; 2) beam steering is a result of a shift of in the beat-length pattern inside the laser cavity of the frequency-locked lateral modes; and 3) the kink in the – curve results from a sudden increase in the beam waist of the guided-modes.
The data sheet is a preliminary data sheet for high power multi-emitter, fiber coupled pump laser modules. These W lasers are offered at nm and at nm.
Key specifications in the attached data sheet include a threshold current specified at mA and. Diode lasers are widely used for measurement applications, as pilot lasers, for pumping of solid state lasers and for direct materials processing.
Although diode lasers do not require external resonator optics and are mostly coupled to fibres, many applications require high quality beam steering optics such as beam combiners or scanning mirrors which are shown on the following pages.
High Power Laser Diodes 1. Single Mode Pump Lasers EDFA: Killer application Drove Technology to Maturity in 10 years 2. Beam Machining Tool Fiber laser: Pump lasers Direct Diode Acknowledgement Dr.
Berthold Schmidt, Bookham Dr. Toby Strite, JDSU. Single-mode laser diodes can produce laser light with high beam quality, but only with a modest optical power of e.g. some tens of milliwatts. For much higher output powers, one can use broad area laser diodes, having a broad emitting region; these, however, typically have a much reduced beam quality and therefore only a moderate amount of.
The design, fabrication, and characteristics of high power nm strained layer lasers will be described in detail. These lnGaAs/GaAs ridge waveguide lasers show excellent optical beam quality with total fundamental mode powers of approximately mW. Cavity losses are less than 3 cm 1, and internal efficiencies approach 1 00%.
Single Cited by: 2. High power laser diodes are enabling fiber amplifiers based on the Raman effect  as well as visible light generation in periodically poled lithium niobate (PPLN) waveguides and crystals .
Optical Power Supply Pump diode lasers, being optical power supplies, have to perform with respect to transferred power efficiency and reliability. Arima Lasers, Laser Diode, Laser Module, APC LD. Products. Laser Diodes Laser Modules High Power SMD LD OEM Service New Products.
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The extreme divergence and the astigmatism of the high power laser diode array (LDA) require optics with complex lens structure and high performance.
A monolithic micro- optic system is designed to shape the beam of LDA and couple the output of LDA with low NA fiber. The structure and principle of the micro-optic system is described in by: 5.1.
Introduction. Diode lasers with a continuous wave output power in excess of W are referred to as high power diode lasers or HPDLs. Although semiconductor lasers were developed only a short time after the first ruby laser, their output powers were very low Cited by: Chapter 4 Fundamentals of Laser-Material Interaction and Application to Multiscale Surface Modiﬁcation Matthew S.
Brown and Craig B. Arnold Abstract Lasers provide the ability to accurately deliver large amounts of energy into conﬁned regions of a material in order to achieve a desired response.