17 February 2010 Extending the wavelength range in the Oclaro high-brightness broad area modules
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The demand for high power laser diode modules in the wavelength range between 793 nm and 1060 nm has been growing continuously over the last several years. Progress in eye-safe fiber lasers requires reliable pump power at 793 nm, modules at 808 nm are used for small size DPSSL applications and fiber-coupled laser sources at 830 nm are used in printing industry. However, power levels achieved in this wavelength range have remained lower than for the 9xx nm range. Here we report on approaches to increasing the reliable power in our latest generations of high power pump modules in the wavelength range between 793 nm and 1060 nm.
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Susanne Pawlik, Andrea Guarino, Boris Sverdlov, Jürgen Müller, Christopher Button, Sebastian Arlt, Dominik Jaeggi, Norbert Lichtenstein, "Extending the wavelength range in the Oclaro high-brightness broad area modules", Proc. SPIE 7583, High-Power Diode Laser Technology and Applications VIII, 75830M (17 February 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.840969; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.840969
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