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  • Article - 3 Sep 2015
    W. Edwards Deming stated “If you can't measure it, you can't control it," and "You cannot inspect quality into the product; it is already there."
  • Article - 3 Sep 2015
    Laser beam profiling can prove to be a valuable practice when incorporated into the laser’s planned, corrective or preventative maintenance routines.
  • Article - 18 Aug 2014
    An accidental discovery by Robert Wilson and Arno Penzias in 1964 changed the entire landscape of cosmology and established the concept of a big bang as a keystone in our understanding of how the...
  • Article - 11 Apr 2014
    Füchtbauer–Ladenburg equation is used for calculating the stimulated emission cross-sections of the laser gain medium.
  • Article - 11 Apr 2014
    The Gouy phase shift is a popular axial phase shift that occurs in a converging light wave when it passes through its focus in propagating from -‡ to +‡ . The Gouy phase shift is an additional phase...
  • Article - 9 Apr 2014
    B-Integral is defined as the measure of the non-linear phase shift of light in devices like amplifiers. B-Integral is a term that is specific to non-linear optics. The non-linear shift of the laser...
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    TMC‘s STACIS® III is a sophisticated active vibration cancellation system that uses state-of-the-art piezoelectric actuators, sophisticated inertial vibration sensors, and advanced control algorithms.
  • Article - 14 Mar 2014
    Superpulse is a specific waveform commonly used in CO2 laser systems either in a pulsed or continuous pattern. Superpulsed lasers are capable of emitting several thousand bursts of power per second.
  • Article - 14 Mar 2014
    Radiance of a source is the power that is radiated from a surface within a solid angle and passing through a cross-sectional area. Radiance may be described as the power traversing at a point in a...
  • Article - 12 Mar 2014
    Bandwidth-Distance Product is a term used to describe the transmission of light through fiber optic cables. Data transmission through fiber optic cables is limited by attenuation and dispersion.