Quantum Cascade Lasers
You can find more information about Alpes’ new QC-ET and QC-XT extended tuning QCL products by reading these papers published in November 2015:
- Y. Bidaux, A. Bismuto, C. Tardy, R. Terazzi, T. Gresch, S. Blaser, A. Muller, and J. Faist, “Extended and quasi-continuous tuning of quantum cascade lasers using superstructure gratings and integrated heaters,” Applied Physics Letters, vol. 107, no. 22, p. 221108, Nov. 2015.
- A. Bismuto, Y. Bidaux, C. Tardy, R. Terazzi, T. Gresch, J. Wolf, S. Blaser, A. Muller, and J. Faist, “Extended tuning of mid-ir quantum cascade lasers using integrated resistive heaters,” Optics Express, vol. 23, no. 23, p. 29715, Nov. 2015
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TO3 CW lasersLasers with low dissipation below 3W are available from Alpes Lasers at various wavelengths, including the important wavelengths of 7.8 μm (CH4 absorption), 5.25 μm (NO absorption), 4.6 μm (N2O absorption) and 4.3 μm (CO2 absorption).