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Particle imaging velocimetry (PIV) is a non-intrusive, laser optical measurement technique used in research and diagnostics of flow turbulence, microfluidics, spray atomization, and combustion processes. Particle imaging velocity measures the entire region within the flow with simultaneous measurement of its velocity.
A range of Laser Quantum lasers are suitable for this application:
ID Quantique is proud to have contributed to an experiment that demonstrated the computational advantage of a quantum computer over a classical computer! The experimental setup included two SPAD-based ID230 single-photon detectors produced by ID Quantique.
Many of their lasers are suited perfectly to the needs of Raman spectroscopy and microscopy:
Read about the various advantages that 21st century technology can offer to this vital healthcare field in an article entitled “High-Precision Laser Therapy Transforms Dentistry.”
This paper points out the positive results of CO2 gas lasers, such as those produced by Access Laser.
Holography is a technique that images objects in such a way that they appear three dimensional (3D) when viewed later.
The torus family lasers from Laser Quantum are ideal for all holography applications as the beams have long (>100 m) coherence lengths, divergence, and the mode stability that only active locking provides:
Features of these filters include:
The PAVOS+ line of Faraday devices from Electro-Optics Technology (EOT) has been redesigned offering new customizability and features.
Diffractive beam splitters, or multi-spot elements, are a family of diffractive optical elements (DOEs) that split an incoming laser beam into an array of beams with controlled separation angles.
A diffractive beam splitter is especially suitable to increase throughput of high-power laser micromachining applications, such as multi-channel scribing and ablation, laser multi-hole drilling, and laser perforation of packages.
For more information about this or other Holo/Or products, contact Holo/Or.
An article about Multiband Optical Filters for telecom, written by two product group managers of Iridian Spectral Technologies, explains “how dual and multiband optical filters are helping to enhance the complexity, footprint, performance, and cost of fiber network components.”
Scientists utilized Holo/Or’s diffractive beam splitter 2×2 (MS-724-1-Y-A) for parallel MPE fabrication of scaffolds in a cancer research application that mimics the ECM of native tissues. Cell biological investigations can now occur at speeds several times faster than by single point scanning methods.
Manx Precision Optics (MPO) has released a new Technical Note entitled “Polarisation and Polarisers.” This paper discusses the science behind polarised waves, as well as implications and applications that this phenomenon provides to the field of optics.
A microlens array (MLA) is an optical component that consists of a set of micron-scale lenses, arranged and “packed“ together on a single supporting substrate. MLAs are used in many photonics-based devices for various applications.