Vescent Introduces 100 mW DBR laser at 780 nm for Rubidium Spectroscopy
Vescent Photonics is proud to announce the latest in performance improvement to our line of AMO tools. The new D2-100-DBR-780-HP1 Distributed Bragg Reflector diode laser offers over 100 mW of mode hop-free tunable power on resonance with the D2 transitions of Rubidium at 780.24 nm. The new laser also offers improved linewidths of <500 kHz. The HP1 laser can be driven by our D2-105 low-noise current controller and allows for a tight lock to the atomic transitions using the D2-125 Reconfiguration Servo and D2-110 Spectroscopy Module.
The new HP1 still offers all the great advantages of a DBR laser: The integration of the tuning element onto the chip means fast, reliable wavelength control. No PZT and no moving parts result in a stable, robust laser which is much less susceptible to mechanical vibrations than a ECDL. It also means that megahertz feedback and tuning and gigahertz modulation are available. No moving parts allows for a much smaller laser head for deployment in tight spaces.
All the advantages of a DBR and now 100 mW output power and 500 kHz linewidths.
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NASA selects Vescent for two new SBIR awards
Vescent Photonics has been selected by NASA for two highly competitive phase I SBIR awards. Both research and development efforts utilize the proprietary electro-optic laser scanner technology invented by Vescent. The first award is focused on using this technology to build a micro-LADAR system as “eyes for robots”. The second award is focused on designing and building extremely small and low power optical communications modules. This will enable high bandwidth communications from cube-sat platforms to ground and airborne receivers (see figure).
Join us at DAMOP in Quebec
Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics (DAMOP), June 3-7, Quebec City, Quebec
Fundamental research on atoms, simple molecules, electrons and light, and their interactions.
Dr. Juan Pino will present a poster titled,“Compact Laser System for Field-Deployable Ultra Cold Atom Sensors” on Tuesday 4 June from 4-6 pm in room 400A .
Vescent Photonics will be co-displaying with Cold Quanta. Come see an active miniMOTTM with Vescent D2-100-DBR lasers as the cooling and repump lasers.
Vescent Photonics to exhibit at CLEO in San Jose
The Conference on Lasers and Electro Optics, June 11-13, San Jose Convention Center, San Jose, CA
The full range of critical developments in the field, showcasing the most significant milestones from laboratory to marketplace. Vescent will exhibit its cold-atom tools at Booth 1540. See us split ourselves between Berkeley and San Jose!
Vescent Photonics’ Dr. Juan Pino will present, “Miniature, Compact Laser System for Ultracold Atom Sensors” on Friday 14 June at 11:15 am in Room 212 A-C.
ICOLS in Berkeley
The International Conference on Laser Spectroscopy, 9-14 June, UC-Berkeley, Berkeley, CA
The latest developments of all forms of laser physics and spectroscopy. Vescent Photonics will exhibit its cold-atom tools.