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02 / 21 NEWS: neoMOS Laser enables MHz satellite laser ranging (SLR)

The use of ultra-high repetition rate lasers is one of the most promising strategies for the next generation of satellite laser ranging systems. With a neoMOS picoseconds laser a successful 1 MHz repetition rate SLR to targets up to inclined geosynchronous orbits was demonstrated. For further information’s: Megahertz repetition rate satellite laser ranging demonstration at Graz […]

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01/21 Whitepaper: Femtosecond Yb Amplifier Modules

In our latest whitepaper we introduces the novel neoLASE Ytterbium amplifier modules which allow easy power and energy boosting of ytterbium based laser oscillators ranging from cw to femtosecond pulse duration. Download: nL_whitepaper_Yb_Amplifier

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01/21 Whitepaper: High Energy Single-frequency LIDAR Laser

This white paper introduces a customized, high energy, narrow line width MOPA laser. The system has tuneable pulse durations, kilohertz repetition rates and up to 5 mJ pulse energy. Applications are atmospheric measurements (LIDAR) from airplanes or earth based stations. Download: nL_whitepaper_Pulsed_LIDAR

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Seasons Greetings

An unusual year is coming to an end and we allow ourselves a little break … from January 4th, 2021 we will be there for you as usual and look forward to new and exciting projects in 2021! We would like to wish all of our business partners, friends and their families a bright Christmas […]

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11/20 NEWS: neoLASE Amplifier technology for the next Advanced LIGO Observation Runs

The neoLASE amplifier technology was chosen as laser source for the coming advanced LIGO Observation Runs. “It’s a pleasure for us to continue our work in the field of gravitational wave physics and verified the highest level of our laser performance”, says Dr. Maik Frede CEO of neoLASE. In addition to the neoVAN amplifiers neoLASE […]

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06/20 Whitepaper: Tunable pulse durations in nanosecond range

This white paper introduces a high power and high energy nanosecond pulsed MOPA design with more than 70 W output power, up to 3 mJ pulse energy and tuneable pulse durations ideally suited for LIBS or PLD processes. Download: nL_whitepaper_tuanable_ns

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11/19 Whitepaper: High Power Single-frequency Laser

This white paper introduces a customized, high power, singlefrequency neoMOS laser system with more than 90 W output power for satellite communication applications. Downloads: nL_whitepaper_Single-frequency Nd:YVO4 high-power master oscillator power amplifier laser system for second-generation gravitational wave detectors      

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03/19 neoLASE developed MOPA laser for high-speed LIBS

The sorting of metals has become a new challenge due to a lack and the associated higher value of raw materials. In production, metals are often mixed and have to be separated afterwards. To analyze the metal a pulsed laser system can be used, which generates a plasma on the surface of the metal to […]

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01/19 SMAART-Laser a novel ultrashort pulse laser system

SMAART’s (Smart modular all-in-one robust laser machining tool) objective is to reduce the complexity in laser technology, to bring ultrashort pulsed lasers into customers focus and to reduce the laser machine investment risks. Therefore neoLASE and GFH GmbH will cooperate in the SMAART project for a breakthrough in laser machining intelligence as saver of jobs […]

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01/19 neoLASE amplifiers proven for high demanding applications!

neoLASE amplifiers are additionally proven for the most stable and precise application of the world ! The neoVAN amplifiers are investigated in terms of spatial purity, power and frequency noise to achieve the high demands needed for precise laser measurements. See publication in Optics Letters.

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01/18 neoLASE developed MOPA laser for space debris detection

Scientists at the DLR Institute of Technical Physics work on a laser based monitoring system to determine the position of space debris with high accuracy. To localize the objects, they are tracked by an optical telescope and irradiated with laser pulses. The distance to the object is calculated using the time that the laser light […]

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11/17 neoLASE Amplifier operates European XFEL

The European XFEL (X-Ray Free-Electron Laser) produces x-ray flashes with intensities about a billion times higher than for commercial x-ray sources. This radiation allows the view into atomic details of cells or chemical reactions, a three dimensional view into the nano cosmos or the study of activites inside planets. For the x-ray generation neoLASE developed […]

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09/17 More Laser Power for Gravitational Wave Detectors

After the first measurement of a gravitational wave and further detections in the first two observation runs of the US gravitational wave detectors LIGO, the increase in detector sensitivity has been in progress since August. As one of the first upgrades neoLASE installed an amplifier module to increase the laser power. For this purpose, the […]

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08/17 Next generation laser technology

The increasing demands in laser material applications require new, high flexible and comprehensive laser system designs to address a wild range of applications. For these areas neoLASE develop and market modular short- and ultrashort pulse laser systems by combining the advantages of innovative pulsed oscillators with rugged solid-state amplifiers. A recent development is an OEM […]

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02/17 New amplifier and MOPA product line for the OEM area presented

neoLASE presents a short pulse laser platform specially developed for OEM customers. To cover a wide range of applications the highly flexible system input is either free space or fiber coupled and allow the customer using their own type of seed laser. Laser diodes are easily accessible and can be self serviced by instructed persons. […]

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05/16 – Horizon 2020 Project ROBUST

The ROBUST project aims are developing a sea bed in situ material identification through the fusion of two technologies, namely laser-based insitu element-analyzing capability (LIBS) merged with underwater AUV (Autonomous Underwater Vehicle) technologies for sea bed 3D mapping. Downlaod the latest paper : Double pulse laser induced breakdown spectroscopy at 600 bar water pressure or […]

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03/16 – BMBF Project Nukleus started

Within the NUKLEUS project new short pulsed lasers at 2µm wavelength range and the conversion into the mid infrared will be developed. Visit the EffiLAS homepage for latest results.

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02/16: neoLASE involved in the first gravitational wave discovery

The laser technology for the first, direct detection of gravitational waves is a result of a successful cooperation between the Max-Plank-Institute for Gravitationsphysik (Albert-Einstein Institut) the Laser Zentrum Hannover e.V. (LZH) and the neoLASE GmbH. “I’m working for about 15 years on the laser development for gravitational wave detectors and I’m proud to be part […]

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01/16: Easy power scaling of single-frequency radiation

A new developed, compact laser amplifier system will now enable power scaling of high stability single-frequency radiation with unique flexibility. Click here for the full press release.

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