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Laser Sensing Laboratory

Cooperation with academic and industrial partners in applied and basic research projects.

Assistance in all stages of electro-optical system development (designing, building, testing, deploying).

Our current research interest is focused on the development of new optical-based sensor technologies for industrial and scientific applications, including climate studies, safety and security, medical diagnostics and industrial processes control. These instruments can be used in remote sensing configuration or as point sensors for in-situ chemical analysis.

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Head of the prototype sensor for gas detection in near-infrared spectral region


Important part of our activities is the development of new sensing techniques such as Chirped Laser Dispersion Spectroscopy, CLaDS. In CLaDS spectroscopic information is encoded into frequency (not ammplitude) of RF beatnote and is retrieved through frequency demodulation process, well-known from FM radio. This makes CLaDS well suited for applications where transmittion fluctuations can occur (such as remote open-path sensing).

More about CLaDS here and here.


With our experience in the area of fiber lasers/amplifiers and highly specialized instrumentation (such as Large Diameter Splicer – LDS System from 3SAE) we also conduct research on the development of fused fiber components fabricated by fiber bundle/fiber tapering such as power combiners and mode field adapters for medium and high power fiber amplifiers and lasers.

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Large Diameter Fiber Fusion Splicing System (LDS)

Contact: inquiries@port.org.pl

The laboratory is equipped with state-of-the-art instrumentation supporting technology development in applied optics and electronics. This includes:

  • RF spectrum analyzers (up tp 25 GHz)
  • Signal (up to 20 GHz) and vector (up to 6 GHz) generators
  • Function generators and oscilloscopes (up to 10 GHz)
  • Tunable laser 1520 nm – 1630 nm and multiple semiconductor lasers (including DFB @1550, 1575, 1650, czy 2003 nm) with drivers and temperature controllers
  • Optical spectrum analyzers from 400 nm to 2200 nm
  • Thermal camera FLIR SC620
  • Large Diameter Fiber Fusion Splicing System 3SAE/LDS and fusion splicer for standard and PM fibers

 

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Posted by abachmatiuk, Posted on 08.10.2015
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