Lenox Laser Pioneering New High-Powered Laser Technologies

“The high power laser parameters relevant to selecting an aperture suitable for use in the optical beam delivery system are aperture substrate material, laser power or energy, area and time.”

– Gilbert R. Smith, P. F.


The development of high power lasers includes but is not limited to the following methods: Q-switching, cavity-dumping, and mode locking. In these cases, lasers operate in a pulsed regime when the single pulse or package of pulses is generated at a certain timing rate.



High energy and high power apertures are intended to be used in the optical transfer assembly using a large laser as a source. The parameters such as laser power and pulse energy, pulse duration and repetition rate become important.

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