Manufacturers’ Product Showcase
The CTL is the ultimate
choice when looking
for a laser that is widely
tunable without any
mode-hopping. It has
high power, a narrow
linewidth and high
absolute and relative
Wide scans can be performed with highest resolution. With
the fully digital, low noise and drift DLC pro controller, the
CTL laser is easy to use and operate via touch-screen and
knobs as well as via remote PC GUI and command language.
The new CTL lasers are ideally suited for applications that
require large mode-hop free tuning ranges, such as the
resonant excitation of small structures like quantum dots
TOPTICA’s frequency comb
product line is a modular
system that supports a broad
variety of applications. Three
basic versions of the DFC
are available: DFC CORE,
DFC CORE+ and DFC SEED.
All models use TOPTICA
proprietary CERO-technology to achieve an unprecedented
low-noise performance. The DFC CORE and its high
performance version DFC CORE+ come with a digital
oscilloscope for beat monitoring and a GPS disciplined
RF reference included. They both provide 4 or optionally 8
phase-stable outputs at 1560 nm. Such a DFC system can
be combined with any of TOPTICA’s tunable diode lasers
to achieve a complete, frequency referenced laser system
including wavelength meter and counter all from one source.
FemtoFiber Ultra 780
The FemtoFiber Ultra
780 is the first member
of TOPTICA’s third
generation of ultrafast
fiber lasers. The system
delivers laser pulses
of less than 150 fs in
duration at a central
wavelength of 780 nm.
Using a power amplifier
the system provides more than 500 m W average output
power. It is a compact femtosecond laser system with
turnkey operation and cost-effective design.
platforms are well-established ‘TopSeller’
for frequency-domain terahertz
mature DFB diode
lasers with state-of-the-art GaAs or InGaAs photomixers.
The TeraScan 780 offers an outstanding bandwidth, and the
TeraScan 1550 sets new benchmarks in terms of terahertz
power and dynamic range. Both systems feature TOPTICA’s
proprietary ‘DLC smart’ control electronics.