Common Challenges We Solve

The ability to test a system’s design wavelength is critical for final alignment and qualification of optical imaging applications such as, IR night vision and active thermal vision. In most interferometers, light from a single source is split into two beams that travel different optical paths and are then re-combined to produce interference fringes. The resulting interference fringes give information about the difference in optical path lengths. This method is widely used for measurements of small displacements, refractive index changes, and surface irregularities. Our lasers provide:

  1. Single wavelength emission
  2. Stable power output
  3. Long coherence length

Interested in learning more? Read publications in this field utilizing an Access Laser product HERE

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