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Anthony G DeHart: Flexible light transmissive apparatus and method. Laser Photonics, Duckworth Allen Dyer & Doppelt, April 11, 1989: US04819630 (42 worldwide citation)

An optical energy transmission device and a related method includes a flexible fiber optic rod and a flexible sheath surrounding and spaced from the fiber optic rod, with a disc member fixed in edge contact with both the rod and the sheath for supporting and uniformly spacing the rod from the sheath ...


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Dennis R Bellar: Laser beam scanning device and marking system. Laser Photonics, U S Commissioner of Patents and Trademarks, January 13, 1987: US04636043 (27 worldwide citation)

A laser beam scanning device is disclosed and which includes an optical system that is mounted on a carriage which is movable back and forth along a linear path in front of a target area and which is parallel to the optical path of a projected laser beam. The lens system includes a component on the ...


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Thurman Sasser: Laser device. Laser Photonics, Duckworth Allen Dyer, June 30, 1987: US04677639 (22 worldwide citation)

A laser device having an improved resonator utilizes a single rigid base component for a light reflector coating that defines and forms the end terminals of the resonator cavity, means being provided for translating and reflecting the laser beam between linear light paths that respectively terminate ...


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Zeev Feit, Douglas Kostyk, Robert J Woods: Method for making low tuning rate single mode PbTe/PbEuSeTe buried heterostructure tunable diode lasers and arrays. Laser Photonics, Allegretti & Witcoff, July 2, 1991: US05028563 (21 worldwide citation)

A PbTe/PbEuSeTe buried heterostructure tunable diode laser and array and the method for making the same. The active region layer is buried between two lead salt semiconductor layers containing europium and selenium that are mutually of opposite conductivity type and have substantially the same latti ...


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Eric Koschmann: Method and apparatus to dynamically control the resonator gain of a laser. Laser Photonics, Allen Dyer Doppelt Franjola & Milbrath, April 20, 1993: US05204867 (21 worldwide citation)

A method or apparatus for controlling the output pulse of a Q-switched laser. The intensity of laser light within the resonator of a Q-switch laser is sensed. A reference pulse related to a desired laser output pulse shape is compared with the sensed intensity. A variation signal corresponding to di ...


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Robert E McKinney: Laser apparatus and method for discriminating against higher order modes. Laser Photonics, Duckworth Allen Dyer & Doppelt, October 18, 1988: US04779278 (9 worldwide citation)

Disclosed is a laser apparatus and a related method for use with a laser medium of a type which emits a beam of coherent laser energy having both low and high order modes. End reflectors are provided for reflecting at least a portion of the energy in the beam back through the laser medium, and posit ...


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Zeev Feit, Douglas Kostyk, Robert J Woods: Low tuning rate PbTe/PbEuSeTe buried quantum well tunable diode lasers and arrays. Laser Photonics, Testa Hurwitz & Thiebeault, June 2, 1992: US05119388 (4 worldwide citation)

A PbTe/PbEuSeTe buried quantum well diode laser and array and the method for making the same. The quantum well active region layer is buried between electrical and optical confinement regions which have an energy band gap greater than the active buried layer and an index of refraction less than the ...


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Feit Zeev, Woods Robert J, Kostyk Douglas: Diode laser.. Laser Photonics, September 5, 1990: EP0385668-A2 (4 worldwide citation)

A buried heterostructure tunable diode laser (100) or laser array and a method for making the same are disclosed. The active region layer (108) is buried between two lead salt semiconductor layers (106,110) containing europium and selenium that are of mutually opposite conductivity type and have sub ...


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Ryszard Burzynski, Deepak N Kumar, Saswati Ghosal, Dale R Tyczka: Holographic recording material. Laser Photonics Technology, Hodgson Russ, February 5, 2002: US06344297 (4 worldwide citation)

New photosensitive acrylic material compositions for fabrication of holographic recording materials (HRMs) are provided. These compositions are comprised of polymerizable acrylic monomers and light absorbing dyes, and when polymerized they are thermally stable, light sensitive, hard and inert to com ...