Game changing fiber coupled fiber laser acousto-optic modulator recognized by Innovation Award from Institute of Physics.Fiber-Q’s are manufactured for lasers with wavelengths from 400nm – 2000nm and are suitable for a range of applications including LIDAR, materials processing, medical laser systems, microscopy and security sensing
Acousto-optic technology is at the heart of MicroOmega, an infrared spectrometer now on its way to the Apollo asteroid (162173) 1999 JU3 with the JAXA / ISA Haybusa2 project. The acousto-optic tuneable filter will enable successful spectral analysis of the asteroid's surface material.
G&H's Systems Technology Group (STG) are developing fiber coupled periodically poled Lithium Niobate (PPLN) modules for second harmonic generation (SHG) for exploitation of spectral regions currently inaccessible with other laser sources.
Gooch & Housego's Q-Drive spearheads their development effort to provide a family of Electro-Optical (EO) Pockels cell drivers engineered for performance and durability.
G&H's prototype white LED-based luminance source offers true broadband output and thus increased flexibility for product testing and detector, imaging system and photometric instrument calibration.
A promising solution currently being investigated by major satellite vendors worldwide is the introduction of photonics into new generation of flexible payloads. Read how G&H’s Systems Technology Group (STG) is driving innovation in this area.
G&H explore the potential for a miniature, Fabry Perot etalon based, spectral imaging system and demonstrate it applied directly to the front of a cell phone camera.
The Gooch & Housego EM750 represents a new generation of OEM narrow-linewidth lasers. It is based on the EM650 family of integrated DFB lasers known for their ultra-low noise, stability, and tunability. The new EM750 combines these traits with a mechanism that retains all the advantages of the EM650, but reduces the linewidth to a typical value of <10 kHz.
see url MINERVA - MId-to-NEaR infrared spectroscopy for improVed medical diAgnostics
MINERVA is a European Commission funded project that aims to develop photonic technology in the mid-IR to improve early cancer detection...Read More