Femtosecond Mode-Locked Fiber Lasers
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The high-power Mode Locked Femtosecond Fiber Lasers operate at the 920 nm and 1190 nm spectral range - which is traditionally covered by ultrafast Ti:Sapphire lasers and optical parameteric oscillators. They generate linearly polarized nearly transformed-limited pulses with a pulse duration of 200 fs, at a repetition rate of 80 MHz, and an average power of 1 W.
Compact and maintenance-free, the lasers are fiber-based, have a very good beam profile, and do not require optical alignment.
The Femtosecond Fiber Laser is a natural product extension for MPB, with its extensive suite of Visible Fiber Lasers developed for the Microscopy industry, and its existing line of Picosecond Pulsed Mode Locked Fiber Lasers.
- 920 nm and 1190 nm MLFL
- Emits sub 200-femtosecond optical pulses
- Repetition rate of 80 MHz or custom
- Average output power of 1 W at the central wavelengths of 920 nm and 1190 nm
- Multi-photon Microscopy
- Ultra-fast Spectroscopy
- Terahertz Imaging
- Can be used as a seed source for Titanium–Sapphire systems
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