High-frequency solid-state laser with modulation of the Q factor at wavelength of 1 μm

Application: generation of nanosecond laser pulses at a wavelength of 1 μm.

Advantages: the laser source is a compact device with a high stability of output parameters that can be widely used for processing of different materials.

Key features: the pulse repetition frequency is 10-30 kHz. The average radiation power is up to 10 W.

Developed: Research Center for Optical Materials and Technologies, Supervisors – Prof. Dr. Kuleshov, D.Sc., Dr. Victor Kisel, PhD.

Tel.: +375 17 293 92 69, e-mail: vekisel@bntu.by.