Photonics Media asked Paul Golata, our Regional Sales Manager, to share his insights on “What’s the matter? Distributed Bragg Reflector (DBR) Laser Diodes Enable the Study of Matter” as a part of the Photonics Spectra 2023 Spectroscopy Conference.
In this video, Paul discusses how the ever-increasing push towards studying matter within application spaces demanding low size, weight, power, and cost (SWaP-C) requires an appropriate photonic tool. DBR laser diodes bring a unique ability to break boundaries in Raman, biomedical, food inspection, art conservation/cultural heritage, and environmental situations where matter is being analyzed. Combining excellent SWaP-C characteristics, the DBR laser diodes’ inherent monolithic structure ensures ruggedness and scalability in critical and high-volume applications.
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ABOUT PHOTODIGM, INC: For over 20 years Photodigm, Inc. has been the only 100% U.S.-based semiconductor manufacturer of single spatial and longitudinal mode Distributed Bragg Reflector (DBR) laser diodes. DBR lasers are essential to quantum sensing and atomic clock manufacturers, optical metrology and sensing, and laser spectroscopy. Headquartered in Richardson, Texas, they design and produce fixed wavelength diode lasers best known for their accuracy and reliability. Learn more at Photodigm.com.
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