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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Jiang et al., "2.8 [micro]m passively Q-switched Er:CaF2 diode pumped laser," Optical Materials Express, vol.
The undoped part of the crystal does not contain thermal sources and contributes to the transfer of heat to crystal faces pumped laser. Reduction of heat within Nd:YAG and Yb:YAG was not as big as Nd:KGW.
For this purpose at first, the solutions of the coupled rate equations for 980 nm electrically pumped laser have been obtained for a time window of 0-2.5 ns.
For example, a 4-kW solid-state lamp pumped laser was about $600,000.
The LMV700 diode pumped Laser Marker is designed for high-quality marking.
The Model 2501 is a fixed focus CW diode pumped laser diode module with a beam divergence of <1.2 mrad.
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.
In this solid-state pumped laser, a signal conditioning network delivers power to the flashlamp at approximately 5 pulses per second.
That's the overall difference, more or less, between the heart of a conventional Nd:YAG laser and one that's now aborning, the Yb:YAG disk-type diode pumped laser (the former uses neodymium and the latter ytterbium).
The strain is measured as a result of the difference between input and output intensities of a pumped laser beam through the embedded or attached glass fibers.
Gould, retired and living in Kinsale, Va., also recently won a 10-year court battle to uphold his patent for an optically pumped laser amplifier (SN: 3/20/82, p.199).
Contract Awarded for Sole source - single color diode pumped laser designator (p/n 68800000-19) dual beam emitter and receiver (p/n 68902000-9) tri-beam emitter and receiver (p/n 68901300-19) as spare/replacement items for failure analysis and repair of failed mts units