Ultrafast Lasers Overview
Ultrafast lasers are produced by mode locking a large number of phase-locked longitudinal modes from a broadband laser, inducing a beat frequency which results in picosecond or femtosecond duration laser pulses. These ultrafast lasers are unique for their extremely high peak power and are ideal for applications such as non-thermal ablation, micromachining, and non-linear spectroscopy including CARS and two-photon microscopy. We offer ultrafast lasers with pulse widths as short as 170 femtoseconds, pulse energy up to 130 mJ, and pulse repetition rates up to 80 MHz. These lasers are typically available in the near infrared wavelength region, but can also be frequency doubled to produce visible outputs.
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