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Laser design

Given required laser parameters and limitations (defined by customer) the whole design process will be carried out. The following types of laser systems can be designed:
  • Diode Pumped Solid State lasers with either active or passive Q-switching elements
  • Modelocked lasers (oscillators based on Kerr-lens modelocking mechanism, and amplifiers with Pockels cell cavity dumping)
  • Lasers with intracavity Stimulated Raman scattering
  • Lasers with intracavity Stimulated Brillouin scattering (designed to improve laser cavity mode at high powers and provide Q-switching mechanism)
  • Lasers with intracavity harmonic generators (both for passive and active Q-switching)
  • Optimization of saturable absorber crystals as passive Q-switching elements)


Numerical Laser Models

Computer models of laser systems (virtual lasers) can be very efficient low-cost tools for evaluation of intended laser designs, for optimization of laser components, and for "computer testing" of lasers and laser systems. In many cases virtual experiments help to discover new features of a system.

There are very few limitations for laser parameters defined by a customer. Even non-realistic or contradictory laser parameters can be taken at the beginning of the laser modelling project - the modelling process itself helps to modify input parameters to fit to real industrial systems. We have experience in modelling the following types of laser systems:

  • Diode Pumped Solid State lasers with either active or passive Q-switching elements (Download)
  • Modelocked lasers (oscillators based on Kerr-lens modelocking mechanism, and amplifiers with Pockels cell cavity dumping)
  • Lasers with intracavity Stimulated Raman scattering
  • Lasers with intracavity Stimulated Brillouin scattering (designed to improve laser cavity mode at high powers and provide Q-switching mechanism)
  • Lasers with intracavity harmonic generators (both for passive and active Q-switching)
  • Optimization of saturable absorber crystals as passive Q-switching elements)
  • Microchip lasers
Laser Dynamics Simulator
Laser simulator image and video gallery