“Quantum Cascade Laser” Science-Research, March 2022 — summary from Astrophysics Data System and NASA Technology Transfer Program

Astrophysics Data System — summary generated by Brevi Assistant

In this study, in-plane interface roughness values are drawn out by means of atomic probe tomography for a couple of key interfaces within a quantum cascade laser active region composed of compressively-strained InGaAs quantum wells and tensilely-strained AlInAs barriers. To the ideal of our understanding, this is the first experimental data revealing that roughness parameters within a QCL active area are various for different user interfaces within the exact same grown structure. A high-speed mid-infrared spectrometer utilizing a wavelength-swept, pulsed quantum cascade laser as the light resource is introduced in this study. Owing to its benefits, the QCL system can be utilized in several applications that require mid-infrared range picking up modern technology to match or replace FTIR systems. Chip-scale regularity combs such as those based upon quantum cascade lasers or microresonators are attracting incredible attention as a result of their potential to resolve vital challenges in notice and width. We utilize these tools to penetrate hysteresis in comb formation and create a procedure for attaining a certain comb state despite its initial state. An ammonia has formerly been shown as a compelling gain tool for a quantum cascade laser pumped molecular laser showing good power efficiency. We furthermore demonstrate two types of multi-line lasing: simultaneous pure inversion and rotation-inversion transitions from the very same pumped rotational state and plunged lasing including transitions below the pumped rotational state.

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NASA Technology Transfer Program — summary generated by Brevi Assistant

There is a need for a single-frequency, single-mode, highly-stable laser. Traditional Q-switch lasers based on several optical parts also have many optical coatings within the laser cavity. NASA Ames has developed a novel patent-pending system in its portfolio for optical data transmissions from satellites using laser arrays for laser beams of light directing. It is a great pointing ability for laser beams indicating augment body pointing by CubeSats on Low Orbit Earth. NASA’s Glenn Research Center has established a method of utilizing entangled-photon pairs to create extremely safe and secure mobile interactions that call for mere milliwatts of power. Conventional gas Argon-ion laser sources are as well large, pricey, and power-intensive to make use of in portable applications. The high water-to-biomass ratio feature of conventional algae cultivation systems needs huge energy inputs for pumping and blending the society throughout growing, in addition to for dewatering and collecting the resultant biomass. The SABR is ideally fit for growing shear-sensitive cells, which can be product-secreting candidates due to their possible lack of cell wall surfaces. Pioneers at NASA’s Glenn Research Center have created an innovative tunable, multi-frequency controller for a terahertz quantum cascade laser resource. Operating at THz frequencies, QCL discharges deliver higher-resolution imaging than microwaves, and they provide higher-contrast photos than X-rays. The V-Assembly Dual Head Efficiency Resonator Laser Transmitter infuses several new part innovations, such as ceramic: YAG material and high-power laser diode varieties, combined with a proprietary minimal component count architecture, resulting in dramatic performance gains in laser transmitter technology. In addition, building upon the effective line of previous laser growths, the modular optical bench design is made for basic, sitting optical evaluations, repeatability of builds, and convenience of setting up.

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