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Lasers for Quantum Applications at CLEO 2022

Updated: Oct 4, 2022

OEwaves’ Dr. Yu-Hung Lai to discuss our lasers for Quantum Applications

Topic: Ultra-Narrow Linewidth Lasers for Quantum Applications Authors: Yu-Hung Lai, Abdeldrim El Amili, Danny Eliyahu, Robert Moss, Setareh Ganji, Scott Singer, Lute Maleki Presenter: Yu-Hung Lai Date: Tuesday, May 17, 2022 Time: 4:00 PM PDT Location: Room 212C, San Jose McEnery Convention Center Quantum applications require efficient lasers of specific wavelengths to address transitions of interest, typically in the UV, Visible and NIR regime. Parameters of large power output, low phase and frequency noise, and the ability to lock to a transition without adding noise are also essential to achieving the maximum performance in any application. Finally, providing the laser light with an optical fiber output and in a package with compact size, weight, and power consumption, allows scalability. These are parameters that OEwaves incorporates in its patented laser architecture powered by crystalline whispering gallery mode resonators.

Lasers for Quantum Applications at CLEO 2022

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