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At booth 214, hall 2, Hübner Photonics, with the Cobolt product line, will highlight the addition of 633nm and 785nm single transverse mode (STM) to its 08-01 series

Hübner Photonics

Hübner Photonics has expanded the range of options for the compact and flexible laser combiner, C-Flex, which it will present for the first time at Photonics West and BiOS

Tunable Laser Light Sources Advance Quantum Research

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A remarkable number of photonic applications call for continuous-wave (cw) laser light that is widely tunable throughout the visible range of the spectrum. However, this spectral region remains difficult to access with conventional tunable laser devices. This is why recently commercialized sources based on cw optical parametric oscillator (OPO) technology have gained market awareness. In this white paper, the basic operating principles of such cw OPOs is discussed, followed by an illustrative example of how these OPOs help researchers analyse colour centers in diamond.

T-Sense

Hübner Photonics recently announced the availability of a new second generation T-SENSE, an all-in one sensor solution designed to improve the security and safety of postal facilities around the world

Widely tunable CW laser light across the visible

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OPO technology sets new standards in wavelength coverage of commercial systems. A remarkable number of photonic applications call for continuous-wave (cw) laser light that is widely tunable throughout the visible range of the spectrum. However, this spectral region remains difficult to access with conventional tunable laser devices. This is why recently commercialized sources based on cw optical parametric oscillator (OPO) technology have gained market awareness - and become increasingly recognized as cost-effective and user friendly turn-key solutions.

Tunable lasers at work with trapped ions

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Professor Tobias Schaetz from the Amo Research Group at the University of Freiburg, Germany describes the group's experimental work with trapped ion systems. Coulomb crystals consisting of isotopically pure Magnesium ions are built employing a new tunable continuous-wave (cw) laser light source: Mg atoms are isotope-selective ionized by resonant two-photon excitation at a wavelength of 285.3 nm.

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