Laser Beam diodes create deep-UV light

Laser beam diodes create deep-UV lightA team of scientists from Japan has manufactured a laser beam diode that allows emitting deep-ultraviolet light. To be more precise, the developed laser system can produce the shortest laser beam wavelength in the world, it is only 271.8 nm under pulsed current injection at room temperature.

It should be noted that previous versions of similar fiber lasers succeeded to achieve emissions only down to 336 nm. The potential applications of the new laser system include disinfection in health care, treating skin conditions, for instance, psoriasis, and analyzing gases and DNA.

The base of the fiber laser system is made of a high-quality aluminum nitride (AlN) substrate that enables to escape of the limitations connected with lower quality AlN. The thing is that the AIN quality is considered to influence the efficiency of a fiber laser diode’s active layer in converting electricity into laser beam light energy.

The team confirms that a quantum well separates p-type and n-type layers in the laser system. The operating principle of the developed fiber laser is based on “electric current that is passed through a laser beam diode, and positively charged holes in the p-type layer and negatively charged electrons in the n-type layer flow toward the center to combine, releasing energy in the form of photons.”

Thus, scientists have developed the quantum well for the fiber laser so that it could produce deep UV light. The p- and n-type layers consist of aluminum gallium nitride (AlGaN). Herewith, every side of the p- and n-type layers in the laser system are surrounded by cladding coatings made of aluminum gallium nitride as well. The cladding is produced by using the process of doping.

Doping is regarded as a way that changes a material’s properties. The team also claims that the aluminum gradient of laser beam diodes increases the flow of positively charged holes. Finally, it was discovered that the technique of the polarization doping of the p-side cladding layer implied that a pulsed electric current of “remarkably low operating voltage” of 13.8 V in the fiber laser system was required for the emission of the UV wavelength.

Nowadays the team of scientists plans to perform advanced joint research to reach continuous room temperature deep-UV lasing for the production of UV-C semiconductor laser system products that can greatly improve the current benefits leading to the appearance of new promising applications in various areas.

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Moreover, our fiber lasers are exceptionally light and compact and can be embedded in other devices or used in mobile applications. Our company offers single-mode Erbium lasers and Ytterbium lasers as well as single-frequency fiber lasers (similar to DFB lasers), wavelength-tunable fiber lasers systems, and unique DUV fiber laser system.

We manufacture laser modules using our technologies based on the advanced research work and patents of the international R&D team. Laser processes are of high quality, high precision, easily automated manufacturing solutions that provide repeatability and flexibility. If you have any questions or would like to buy a fiber laser system, please contact us at info@optromix.com

Fiber Lasers and technologies for military use

Fiber Lasers and technologies for military useLaser beam weapons have long ceased to be an element of sci-fi culture, and every year fiber technology more and more firmly takes its place in military application. Of course, high-power laser systems that can cut starships and buildings into parts have not yet been invented, but many modern fiber lasers still deserve special attention. We will talk about them today.

1. Lockheed Martin company is a manufacturer of a combat laser module whose laser beam power can be increased by simply adding new emitters. In April 2014, the company produced and tested a 60-kilowatt fiber laser for military purposes. Herewith, its installation in the future will be part of the combat HEL MD.

2. The American company Boeing produces not only aircraft but also laser beam weapons for detecting missiles. The laser system installed on the Boeing YAL-1 aircraft is considered to be a chemical laser that is capable of destroying missiles and mortar shells at a distance of up to 1.5 km, even in challenging weather conditions.

3. Fiber laser Design Bureau of Precision Engineering named. Nudelman is a weapon designed to deactivate optical devices and manpower of the enemy. The laser system operates as a scanner: the laser beams emitted in a spectrum invisible to the human eye scan a potentially dangerous area. As soon as an enemy optical device enters the field of view of a fiber laser system, it is hit by a laser. It should be noted that such a system can strike not only the optics themselves but often the eyes of the observer.

4. Another creation of Boeing is designed to destroy drones, which have become increasingly popular over the past couple of years. A compact laser module offers the ability to make damage on individual parts of an unmanned module (which can be useful if the enemy device does not need to be destroyed but captured), although it can only be installed on fixed surfaces.

5. The Israeli laser system made by Advanced Defense Systems was created with the aim of hitting artillery shells in flight. It is capable of destroying short-range missiles, mortar mines, and shells using a laser beam. This fiber laser can be used against ammunition at a distance of up to 7 kilometers.

Devices emitting laser beams are used mainly against high-speed shells or optical systems of the enemy. Thus, a laser system is one of the most reliable ways to bring down an enemy rocket or mine while still approaching, which allows negating its damaging effects. However, the use of laser systems as a mass attack weapon is just around the corner – few devices can be compared in strength to powerful emitters, and as soon as humanity can solve the problem of a reliable source of energy that will feed the machines in the field, a new era of military technology will begin.

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Fiber lasers have a fully tunable beam

Fiber Lasers with a tunable beamThe newly developed high-powered fiber laser provides real-time tuning of the laser beam characteristics directly from the output optical fiber using a fiber optic system. Laser systems have become indispensable tools for material processing, production, detection, protection, and scientific applications. 

This success is based on improved laser performance in several areas, including average and peak power, wavelength range, timeline flexibility (pulse duration and frequency, complex signals), efficiency, power stability, long-term reliability, maintenance, and operational requirements costs. 

High-powered fiber lasers were especially important for implementing some of these achievements and currently dominate in many areas of industrial production and microprocessing. In addition to the efficiency and reliability inherent in fiber lasers, fiber laser systems generally provide fiber delivery to the processing head, minimizing the load on the fiber optics in free space in the laser and the machine.

The opportunity to tune a laser beam is important, for example, when cutting metal (the largest industrial application), so a low-power beam with relatively high radiation quality provides the highest speed for thin material, but the maximum thickness is limited by the resulting narrow cut, which prevents melt removal. 

A more powerful and more divergent laser beam (lower beam quality) allows cutting a thicker sheet with a corresponding reduction in speed compared to a thin sheet. During welding with high beam quality laser, welds with a “deep penetration channel” are formed, while larger spots with lower laser beam quality create shallow welds in the heat conduction mode, aesthetic welds on thin parts.

Besides, the specific shape of the beam affects the heat transfer and temperature gradients in the workpiece. Unlike a Gaussian beam, a flat-topped laser beam can prevent over or under processing by providing uniform radiation, and ring beams are known to improve processing quality in some applications.

Most laser systems provide the fixed characteristics of the beam. The laser beam can be converted to a different format using refractive or diffractive fiber optic systems. Fiber laser systems with a fixed beam can operate only in a limited range of processes or materials and thus, suffer from reduced productivity or limits. 

Customizable laser beam characteristics would be highly desirable to ensure process optimization and tool versatility. Various approaches have been developed that provide a certain level of beam tuning, including zoom lenses, switchable diffractive optical elements, deformable mirrors, laser beam combiners, and (for fiber laser systems with a fiber radiation transport system) optical fiber connectors and switches with a motorized optics. 

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Extreme sound features of fiber laser systems

Fiber Lasers with diamondsDiamond is regarded as a predominantly interesting material for this type of laser system for several main reasons. The thing is that it offers high thermal conductivity that promotes the development of compact fiber laser systems that have such features as high stability and high power. Herewith, such fiber laser has also a much higher level of sound speed compared to other materials. Therefore, new laser systems enable directly synthesize frequencies in the hard-to-reach millimeter-wave band.

A team of researchers demonstrates that the laser beam light-sound interaction is predominantly strong in diamonds, also they develop the first bench-top Brillouin laser system that applies diamonds. It should be noted that the result is awesome, the thing is that the new fiber laser offers a highly practical technique with a greatly increased range of performance. Compared to previous versions, the laser system with a diamond can operate without having to limit the optical or sound waves in a waveguide to increase the interaction. 

To be more precise, it is easier to scale such fiber laser systems in size, they have much greater flexibility for monitoring the laser beam features as well as increasing power. Diamond opens new possibilities to use the unique features of Brillouin laser systems. Additionally, the fiber lasers result in numerous properties containing laser beam generation with ultra-pure and stable output frequency, the creation of new frequencies, and potentially, laser systems with exceptionally high efficiency.

The researchers confirm that the developed laser technology offers a new way to high-powered fiber lasers that are significantly efficient and have unique frequency features, for instance,  low-phase noise and narrow linewidth. Such laser beam features play a crucial role in applications that require the highest standards of noise-free frequency properties, for example, ultra-sensitive detection of gravitational waves or manipulating large arrays of qubits in quantum computers.

Moreover, the diamond in laser systems allows synthesizing very clear frequencies beyond the microwave band. Thus, “as a consequence of the very high speed of sound in diamond—a dashing 18 km/s—the frequency spacing between the input pump laser beam and the laser line is many times higher than in other materials.” It is possible to produce frequencies in the millimeter-wave band (30-300 GHz) employing a technique called photo-mixing. 

Finally, the fiber laser technology quantifies the strength of the light-sound interaction in diamond, a crucial parameter for predicting future design and performance resulting in the creation of a practical tool with over 10 W of laser beam power. Also, it is planned to expand the laser system abilities by offering fiber lasers with higher levels of frequency clarity and laser beam power required to maintain future progress in quantum science, wireless communications, and sensing.

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Fiber lasers stand guard over your eyes

Fiber lasers for eye treatmentA cataract is considered to be one of the most prevalent eye diseases. It should be noted that about one-third of all visual impairments are linked to cataracts. Despite the treatment methods are highly popular, most of them can be traumatizing at times apart from fiber laser technology.

Nowadays researchers continue working on the reduction of the side effects linked to cataract surgery. Therefore, new laser technology based on a fiber laser has been developed to activate the regeneration of adjacent tissue and also to get rid of the clouded-eye lens.

It is not new that the eye is regarded as the most vital organ. It enables seeing in the dark and in the light, trace fast objects and read the fine print. Nevertheless, problems with eyes lead to quick degradation of the eyesight or even its total disappearance.

The fiber laser technology promotes the treatment techniques for cataract and their increase. The treatment technique is based on surgery by laser systems that allow removing the clouded eye lens and replacing it with an artificial one made of plastic or sapphire due to high power laser beam.

Thus, the eye lens is crashed either with ultrasound or a fiber laser system. The operating principle of the fiber laser treatment is based on the application of the laser system where “a special tip is inserted into the anterior chamber of the eye close to the lens, and the laser beam breaks the lens into tiny fragments that are then removed from the eye. An artificial lens is then put in their place.”

Nevertheless, laser technology has some challenges that are the process damages the adjacent tissue, and the regeneration doesn’t always go well. In the past years, several research teams have been trying to reduce the traumatizing impact of cataract surgery, and the application of laser beam radiation to crash the cataract is considered to be promising.

It should be noted that the less powerful laser system not only lights up the surgical field but also triggers the regeneration of the impaired tissue. Therefore, new tests have been conducted in order to determine the best interaction way between the illuminating and the destroying fiber lasers.

Finally, the researchers claimed that the most efficient way is to apply both fiber laser systems concurrently. The fiber laser technology requires extensive work from optical engineers because it is impossible to penetrate the eye with two devices simultaneously due to the laser beam radiation.

The thing is that the simultaneous application of two laser systems is perfect because doctors obtain cells that are damaged however not crashed. The stimulation of their generation at once plays a crucial role. This is because the regeneration takes place in the most favorable conditions.

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The operation of fiber lasers

A fiber laser is a powerful device for the production of single-mode radiation with the highest possible performance and quality characteristics. Fiber optic systems for processing materials occupy about one-fourth of the entire laser market. 

It should be noted that the diameter of the fiber laser system has micro values, so the laser beam allows for cutting out sharp corners and other complex shapes with absolute accuracy, even in a sheet of metal with high hardness and large thickness.

The beam formed by a fiber laser is designed primarily for working with metal surfaces, so the fields of application include automobile, ship and rocket engineering, manufacturing of sea containers and railway cars, machine tool construction, robotics, marking and engraving, and the military-industrial complex.

In addition to metals, the fiber laser is perfect in working with stone, glass, and some types of plastic, so it is also used in those industries that massively use these materials (for example, the advertising industry, some types of construction work, etc.).

The priority in using solid-state equipment (fiber lasers belong to this category) over any other systems is explained by a large number of economic and qualitative advantages, which are the following:

  • positioning accuracy at all speed modes;
  • high power;
  • excellent laser beam quality with minimal transmission loss and small angular divergence;
  • multi-function: laser systems can not only cut, engrave and perforate materials, but also solder or perform welding, and cleaning of surfaces from any type of contamination;
  • compact size, easy transportation;
  • silent operation and almost complete absence of industrial waste.

The fiber laser system consists of two main parts: pump lamps (semiconductor diodes) and fiber optic cable. A light-conducting optical fiber with a core of transparent quartz doped with rare earth elements is inside the cable (this is ytterbium in most machines used in industry). 

At the ends of the central rod, a fiber Bragg grating (FBG) is most often performed. The notched sections have a modified reflectivity and act as resonators, reflecting light propagating along the optical fiber and maintaining the desired wavelength. The laser beam retains its monochrome and other quality characteristics thanks to them.

Optromix is a manufacturer of laser systems, optical fiber sensors, and optical monitoring systems. We develop and manufacture a broad variety of fiber lasers, high-powered fiber lasers, and other types. We offer simple laser products, as well as sophisticated fiber laser systems with unique characteristics, based on the client’s inquiry. 

We manufacture laser modules using our technologies based on the advanced research work and patents of the international R&D team. Laser processes are of high quality, high precision, easily-automated manufacturing solutions that provide repeatability and flexibility. If you have any questions or would like to buy a fiber laser system, please contact us at info@optromix.com

The new vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser system

A team of scientists from the U.S. has demonstrated a new design of a vertical-cavity surface-emitting laser system that provides record-fast temporal bandwidth. The developed fiber laser technology is based on the combination of numerous transverse coupled cavities that increases the optical feedback of the fiber laser.

It should be noted that the new laser system plays a crucial role in the production of energy-efficient and high-speed optical interconnects in data centers and supercomputers. To be more precise, vertical-cavity systems are a class of semiconductor laser beam diodes combined with a monolithic resonator that produces laser beam light in a direction perpendicular to the chip surface.

Herewith, this type of fiber laser systems becomes more popular thanks to its advantages such as compact size and high optoelectronic performance. For instance, compact laser systems can be applied as “an optical source in highspeed, short-wavelength communications, and optical data networks.”

Additionally, small fiber lasers find applications in automotive or data communications to detect dense traffic and high-speed transmission. Nevertheless, the current fiber laser system has its speed limitation such as the 3-dB bandwidth. Moreover, such parameters as thermal effects, parasitic resistance, capacitance, and nonlinear gain effects also influence the laser.

The thing is that the direct modulation of this fiber laser system cannot be higher than 30 GHz because of the nonlinear optical amplification phenomenon. Nonetheless, the new fiber laser technology has a revolutionary novel design for lasers. The used multi-feedback technique that unites numerous coupled cavities allows for carefully direct and control of the laser beam. Therefore, the researchers can increase the strength of the feedback and expand the temporal laser beam speed leading to overcoming the current limitations.

The fiber laser technology is novel. Now the direct feedback from each cavity is required to be moderate and then the researchers can direct them accurately via the coupled cavities resulting in more design freedom of laser systems. They also claim that new modulation bandwidth can achieve the 100 GHz range.

Thus, the design of fiber lasers has greatly changed. The novel coupled cavities enable to carefully monitor the feedback to the laser system reached by greatly slowing the laser beam light down. Moreover, now it is possible to produce lasers of various designs for particular applications in both fundamental science and technology due to this technique. The new applications of this fiber laser system include the automotive industry where the laser beam acts as a proximity sensor or the smartphone’s face ID, as well as the use for quantum information processors such as coherent Ising machines.

Optromix is a manufacturer of laser systems, optical fiber sensors, and optical monitoring systems. We develop and manufacture a broad variety of fiber lasers, high-powered fiber lasers, and other types. We offer simple laser products, as well as sophisticated fiber laser systems with unique characteristics, based on the client’s inquiry. 

We manufacture laser modules using our technologies based on the advanced research work and patents of the international R&D team. Laser processes are of high quality, high precision, easily-automated manufacturing solutions that provide repeatability and flexibility. If you have any questions or would like to buy a fiber laser system, please contact us at info@optromix.com

Ultrafast fiber laser system for biomedicine

A team of scientists from India has demonstrated its new ultrafast yellow fiber laser system that has a compact size and generates high-power laser beams. It is possible to adjust the laser system that in turn provides perfect laser beam quality, resulting in the creation of a practical yellow light source generating ultrafast laser beam pulses.

To be more precise, fiber lasers with the yellow spectral range are considered to be very useful for definite medical procedures. Nevertheless, their wavelengths are generally produced by applying large and inefficient copper vapor laser systems, dye lasers, and optical parametric oscillators. 

Even though their application is wide, they have great disadvantages, for instance, “low level of average power, the lack of an optimal spatial laser beam profile, limited or no wavelength tunability, and broad output pulses.” The conversion of mid-infrared laser beam light into yellow one requires a two-step nonlinear frequency change, therefore, it can be adjusted from 570 to 596 nm. 

Herewith, such a wavelength range emitted by the fiber laser is regarded as a very potential for a variety of applications. This fiber laser system shows a reliable, high-power, ultrafast, adjustable yellow emission in a rather simple experimental configuration.

Additionally, the applications of such fiber laser technology include not only biomedicine but also full-color video projection and other numerous spectral fields thanks to a sought-after laser beam wavelength range. Nonlinear frequency conversion allows for changing mid-infrared laser beam light into yellow one that can be adjusted from 570 to 596 nm.

It should be noted that fiber lasers play a crucial role in numerous applications because they produce numerous photons in a short period to offer high-intensity levels and accuracy without arousing thermal damage. Moreover, nowadays there is no commercially available yellow laser system that offers the required parameters, and that would stand to gain from that wavelength range.

The use of ultrafast fiber lasers enables scientists to overcome the current limitations in a single experimental configuration. The laser beam frequency of the ultrafast mid-infrared laser system with a peak wavelength has been doubled in two various nonlinear crystals, herewith, the scientists employed not complex fiber optic components available in any conventional laboratory to reach a high-power, adjustable, ultrafast yellow fiber laser source.

The fiber laser system has been already tested and offered tunable ultrafast laser beam emission with significant average power promising for different applications, involving spectroscopy, material processing, and imaging. The laser system’s operation demonstrates high stability over a long duration.

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A new defensive fiber laser system

A company-manufacturer of laser systems for military applications from the U.S. presents a defensive system that can be mounted both in a pod and in a fairing. The thing is that the developed defensive fiber laser has been developed for the aircraft industry. A video has been shown and demonstrated two fiber laser systems: a pod installed under the centerline hardpoint, and a fixed device elevated in a fairing.

The operating principle of such defensive systems is based on fiber laser technology that applies an optical fiber as an active gain medium, compared to a solid-state laser system that employs glass or crystalline solid material. The main purpose of the fiber laser is the protection of air, sea and ground assets due to the opportunity to “reduce a threat at the speed of a lightning strike, the accuracy of a surgical scalpel, with the system that can deal with a swarm and with the scalable effect to be able to resist the threat.”

It should be noted that the fiber laser has the laser beam control system that allows delivering the laser onto the target, the pod installed on the tactical fighter jet to increase the laser beam power and cool the system. Moreover, such a fiber laser system can learn on adversary targets to suppress them. Even though the power of the system is not mentioned, specialists claim that it should be in the “tens of kilowatts” range.

Therefore, the laser system with such power enables army men to neutralize numerous air-launched missiles in flight. The developed fiber laser system for the military industry offers such benefits as self-protection against incoming threats, the ability to destroy several targets quickly, compensation for laser beam-spoiling transonic turbulence effects, compact size and reliable design, and the system is suitable for multiple aircraft types.

Herewith, the company also presented a 60 kW combined fiber laser that can emit a single laser beam of 58 kW. The laser system has not been yet tested because of technical challenges and complications caused by the coronavirus pandemic. Moreover, there are some concerns regarding the installation of such a huge laser beam system on an aircraft and its application to neutralize an adversary missile even from very close.

If you are looking for a compact highly-efficient laser system, the Optromix company is ready to manufacture it. Optromix is a manufacturer of laser systems, optical fiber sensors, and optical monitoring systems. We develop and manufacture a broad variety of fiber lasers, high powered fiber lasers, and other types. We offer simple laser products, as well as sophisticated fiber laser systems with unique characteristics, based on the client’s inquiry. 

We manufacture laser modules using our technologies based on the advanced research work and patents of the international R&D team. Laser processes are of high quality, high precision, easily-automated manufacturing solutions that provide repeatability and flexibility. If you have any questions or would like to buy a fiber laser system, please contact us at info@optromix.com

The Basics of Fiber Laser Systems

Fiber laser systems are considered to be a type of diode-pumped solid-state laser system that applies a doped core of standard optical fiber as the amplification medium. The thing is that fiber lasers consist of a fiber optic cable with a core doped with various rare earth elements.

It should be noted that these elements are chosen and then installed into the ultra-pure optical fiber core to obtain a required laser beam wavelength and power. Therefore, the pump diodes emit the laser beam light, which in turn raises the rare earth ions installed in the doped optical fiber core.

Additionally, the fiber laser system has fiber Bragg gratings which are located at each end of the optical fiber leading to the amplification of the laser beam light. It should be noted that “one of the gratings has a lower reflectivity than the other, which enables the laser beam light which has been produced in the cavity (amplifying medium) to exit the optical fiber.”

It turns out the laser beam spreads through the fiber of high power and out of the laser system. To be more precise, a doped optical fiber core operates as the amplification medium in fiber lasers, while diodes are regarded as pumps. Herewith, several semiconductor diodes are installed into the optical fiber to make the fiber operates as the amplifying medium.

Usually, there are multiple pump diodes in the fiber laser, and the laser beam light emitted by the pump diodes goes through a pump combiner to raise the active element in the core of the optical fiber. All fiber laser systems include the following components:

  • Doped optical fiber

This type of optical fiber looks like a cylindrical strand made of highly pure silica glass. They allow directing the laser beam by reflecting the light as it goes through the fiber.

  • Double-clad fiber

Fiber lasers generally apply double-clad fiber with a core of the rare-earth dopants. A traditional single-mode optical fiber provides the laser beam quality characteristics necessary to laser system manufacturers.

  • Ytterbium (Yb) optical fiber

This material is considered to be the most common rare-earth element, herewith, it provides pretty good laser beam light absorption.

  • Pump laser diodes

Laser system diodes are compact efficient tools that modify electrical energy to the laser beam light. The brightness and spectral qualities enable to pump the optical fiber.

  • Pump combiners

These passive devices additively enlarge the output power of the pump sources employed to raise the doped ions.

  • Fiber Bragg gratings

FBG is a type of distributed reflector that is written on a small part of optical fiber. It blocks specific wavelengths or operates as a wavelength-specific reflector.

Optromix is a fast-growing fiber laser manufacturer and a vendor of optical fiber sensors and optical monitoring systems. The company offers fast turnkey solutions and creates sophisticated fiber laser systems for special purposes. Optromix uses only its technologies and develops a broad variety of fiber lasers. If you have any questions or would like to buy a laser system, please contact us at info@optromix.com