Nasser Peyghambarian and Axel Schulzgen
Fiber lasers can deliver large amounts of energy to a target in a very precise but flexible way. They have many uses in industry, defense and medicine, in addition to traditional applications in communications, spectroscopy and remote sensing. This article reviews progress that has been made with high-power and solid-state lasers, and explores the emerging role that fiber lasers play as a high-power laser source.
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Publish Date: 01 June 2005
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