13 May 2016 New advancements in 793 nm fiber-coupled modules for Th fiber laser pumping, including packages optimized for low SWaP applications
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Targeted at the 793nm absorption band, DILAS Diode Laser, Inc. offers a range of products specifically designed for Thulium fiber laser pumping, spanning from 12 W to <300W of pump power and coupled into fiber sizes starting at 105um and upwards. A variety of different diode architectures are utilized, ranging from single-emitters, conduction-cooled bars, and DILAS's T-bar structure extended to the 793nm range, resulting in a wide variety of power levels and packaging options to support different applications. As IRCM for airborne platforms is a major application for Tm fiber lasers, packages optimized for low SWaP will be presented, which utilize a combination of the T-bar structure and macrochannel coolers specifically designed for compact, lightweight applications. Examples and results of Tm fiber lasers pumped using DILAS diodes will also be presented and discussed.
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Chris Ebert, Chris Ebert, Tina Guiney, Tina Guiney, David Irwin, David Irwin, Steve Patterson, Steve Patterson, } "New advancements in 793 nm fiber-coupled modules for Th fiber laser pumping, including packages optimized for low SWaP applications", Proc. SPIE 9834, Laser Technology for Defense and Security XII, 98340J (13 May 2016); doi: 10.1117/12.2223127; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2223127
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