pumped laser

pumped laser

a laser, the energy level of which is increased by the application of separate sources of electrons or photons, which may themselves be primary lasers.

pump·ed la·ser

(pŭmpt lā'zĕr)
A laser the energy level of which is increased by the application of separate sources of electrons or photons, which may themselves be primary lasers.
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Contract award: diode pumped laser modulated procurement.
Even if the researchers succeed in that task, the resulting device would be considered an optically pumped laser, which works only when an external light source stimulates it.
also recently won a 10-year court battle to uphold his patent for an optically pumped laser amplifier (SN: 3/20/82, p.
The ICP5530 derives its speed improvements from a high-power diode pumped laser with repetition rates of up to 70kHz.
ESI's laser drill features a high-power diode pumped laser with high repetition rates of up to 40 kHz.
Our new 100 Watt diode pumped laser marker, introduced into the market one year ago, is a perfect tool for the semiconductor industry, allowing marking speeds of up to 1,000 characters per second.
Since becoming active in solid state, diode pumped lasers in 1969, McDonnell Douglas (NYSE: MD) has developed and delivered a wide range of advanced lasers.