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Lendl, "Tunable external cavity quantum cascade laser for the simultaneous determination of glucose and lactate in aqueous phase," Analyst, vol.
Like all analysers in the CT5000 family, the CT5800 combines tunable diode laser (TDL) and quantum cascade laser technologies within the same analyser, said a statement.
Celebi, "A complete CAD model for type-I quantum cascade lasers with the use of artificial bee colony algorithm", Journal of Artificial Intelligence, vol.
Stratium specialises in quantum cascade laser technology
Quantum cascade lasers (QCLs) and photomixers are promising semiconductor-based CW terahertz sources; however, QCLs typically require cryogenic cooling, particularly at the lower THz range [12, 13].
Those cameras cannot detect the quantum cascade laser emission, so the company has produced a battery-operated laser that can illuminate a target up to 2 miles away.
Twenty-five years in the making, since physicists Rudy Kazarinov and Robert Suris first proposed the concept, the quantum cascade laser promises to be smaller, more flexible, and less costly to make than similar lasers, the Bell Lab team says.
Mid-infrared sensors and imaging applications depend on quantum cascade laser (QCL) technology.
About IRsweep: Founded in 2014, based in Zurich, Switzerland, the company offers cutting edge optical sensing solutions based on semiconductor quantum cascade laser frequency combs in the mid-infrared spectral range.
Block Engineering LLC's LaserTune--a mid-infrared spectroscopy system for detection and identification of chemicals--is based on quantum cascade laser (QCL) technology invented at Bell Labs in 1994.
Horiba Europe has launched a nitrogen compounds emissions measurement system based on quantum cascade laser (QCL) technology.
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