Koheras BOOSTIK HP – high power, single-frequency lasers
The turn-key 19″ rack system includes control electronics and power supply and is ideal for laboratory work and experimental research e.g. in metrology.
You can choose the operating wavelength of the BOOSTIK HP system freely in the 1 or 1,5 µm range, and the excellent beam quality enables efficient frequency conversion.
This turn-key 19″ rack system includes control electronics and power supply and is ideal for laboratory work and experimental research e.g. in metrology.
The combination of ultra-low noise, narrow linewidth, and high power output makes the Koheras BOOSTIK HP laser a highly versatile system for a wide range of applications.
Use the BOOSTIK HP for:
- Optical length and frequency standards
- Quantum optics/computing & phenomena, such as optical trapping, optical lattice, Bose-Einstein condensate (BEC), atom interferometer, squeezing
- Nonlinear optics pump source (SHG, DFG, OPO)
- Laser-based metrology, precision laser interferometry, spectroscopy
- Optical heterodyning
- Coherent communication
- Coherent beam combining
Choose your operating wavelength freely in the 1 or 1.5 µm range, and the excellent beam quality enables efficient frequency conversion.
If you need to address specific transition lines for applications involving rubidium (Rb) and potassium (K), please check out our Koheras HARMONIK second harmonic generation module.
Want more details?
If you want more details about phase noise, spectral linewidth, frequency stability, or how to wavelength tune your Koheras laser, we have some application notes for you.
Laser phase noise is a frequency-domain view of the noise spectrum around the laser signal. Read more about phase noise in single-frequency lasers.
Spectral linewidth is a measure of the spectral content of the laser light. Read more about linewidth measurement methods.
The laser’s frequency stability is often described in terms of its spectral linewidth. However, this term lacks detail about the laser frequency noise which is often critical in laser applications. Read the analysis of the laser frequency stability using beat-note measurement.
The wavelength of the laser is controlled by the temperature and strain of the DFB cavity. Learn how to tune your Koheras laser.
1) The center wavelength is selectable within the specified range. For options outside the range, please contact us.
2) Depends on the center wavelength.
3) The range can be larger depending on center wavelength and output power.
4) Shot-noise limited > 5 MHz.
5) After a warm-up of 10-20 min.
1) Module temperature.
Koheras ADJUSTIK Seeder
Koheras BOOSTIK HP Amplifier