12 February 2014 Radiantis Highlighted by Optics.org

Radiantis ORIA IR OPO system

Radiantis ORIA IR Femtosecond OPO selected as a Star Product The photonics online news portal Optics.org has recently chosen Radiantis ORIA IR Femtosecond Optical Parametric Oscillator (OPO) as one of its Star Products. The article entitled “Rugged IR Femtosecond OPO for Stand-Alone Ti:sapphire Lasers” gives a review of the ORIA IR, designed and manufactured by Radiantis, which is a new OPO system capable of expanding the spectral coverage of stand-alone femtosecond Ti:sapphire lasers into the near- and mid-infrared.

Co-founded in 2005 by ICREA Professor at ICFO Majid Ebrahim-Zadeh and ICFOnian Sara Otero as the first spin-off from ICFO, Radiantis is a specialist supplier of innovative solutions for laser tuning, offering best-in-class frequency conversion systems, such as OPOs and Nonlinear Harmonic Generation Units. The cutting-edge technology developed by Radiantis is capable of covering broad spectral regions from the UV to the mid-IR, unattainable with other laser systems, and can address all temporal domains from the continuous-wave to ultrafast femtosecond time-scales.

The sophisticated automation and software-controlled protocols, and a sealed, hands-free, and rugged design with the highest standards of engineering and destructive testing, result in high output power stability and excellent beam pointing across the full spectral range of ORIA IR, making this OPO system an ideal tool for a variety of scientific and technological applications including spectroscopy, trace gas detection and environmental sensing, quantum information, frequency metrology and synthesis, photochemistry, optical microscopy, biophotonics, and nanotechnology.

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