Get the most stable frequency combs in the market with Koheras BASIK
The power stability and noise characteristics of the pump laser dictate the performance of the frequency comb. Our Koheras BASIK fiber lasers are mode-hop-free and combine low-noise with an ultra-stable all-fiber platform and a decade-long lifetime.
Have a quick look at the noise specification to see if the BASIK would work for you:
|Linewidth||< 0.1 kHz||< 0.1 kHz||< 15 kHz|
|Max. phase noise||-105 dB((Rad/√Hz)/m)@1Hz
|Max. phase noise||3.1 (µrad/√Hz)/m@1Hz
|RIN peak||Appr. 0.7 MHz||Appr. 0.7 MHz||Appr. 1 MHz|
|RIN level @ peak/10 MHz||<-100 / <-135 dBc/Hz||<-100 / <-135 dBc/Hz||<-120 / <-140 dBc/Hz|
See all the Koheras BASIK X15, E15, and C15 specifications on the product page.
This laser is robust enough for oil rigs yet sophisticated enough for the lab
Our fiber laser design is inherently compact and robust. It is developed for a lifetime of above 10 years in demanding environments where uptime is critical. With failure rates lower than 1%, we proudly deliver the most reliable low-noise lasers on the market. Alignment-free and maintenance-free.
The industrial-grade OEM lasers have a rugged design, a stable performance unaffected by changing environmental conditions, and wide temperature ranges in the field as well as the lab. We deliver lasers to the most advanced laboratories worldwide such as The Laboratory of Photonics and Quantum Measurements at EPFL and the Quantum Optics and Photonics lab at the Niels Bohr Institute.
We have more than 15,000 Koheras lasers deployed in the harshest environments on – and off – the planet. We have lasers on oil rigs, submarines, wind turbines, and even in space. With over 20 years of experience, we know they last. Also in your lab.
- Optical frequency comb Fourier transform spectroscopy of 14N216O at 7.8 µm by Adrian Hjältén, Matthias Germann, Karol Krzempek, Arkadiusz Hudzikowskib, Aleksander Głuszek, Dorota Tomaszewska, Grzegorz Soboń, Aleksandra Foltynowicz published in Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 2021.
- Comb-locked frequency-swept synthesizer for high precision broadband spectroscopy by Riccardo Gotti, Thomas Puppe, Yuriy Mayzlin, Julian Robinson-Tait, Szymon Wójtewicz, Davide Gatti, Bidoor Alsaif, Marco Lamperti, Paolo Laporta, Felix Rohde, Rafal Wilk, Patrick Leisching, Wilhelm G. Kaenders, Marco Marangoni, published in Scientific Reports, 2020.
- Nanophotonic soliton-based microwave synthesizers by Junqiu Liu, Erwan Lucas, Arslan S. Raja, Jijun He, Johann Riemensberger, Rui Ning Wang, Maxim Karpov, Hairun Guo, Romain Bouchand, Tobias J. Kippenberg, published in Physics Optics, 2019.
- Optical Frequency References thesis by Martin Romme Henriksen, Niels Bohr Institute, 2019.
- Mid-infrared frequency comb generation with silicon nitride nano-photonic waveguides by Clemens Herkommer, Adrien Billat, Hairun Guo, Davide Grassani, Chuankun Zhang, Martin H. P. Pfeiffer, Camille-Sophie Brès, Tobias J. Kippenberg, published in Nature Photonics, 2018.