FHG (Fourth Harmonic Generation)

FHG Option: Charting a New Frontier with Femtosecond Lasers

Amplitude Laser’s unwavering dedication to innovation drives us to redefine the horizons of ultrafast femtosecond lasers. We are introducing our Fourth Harmonic Generation (FHG) option – a transformative avenue to revolutionize laser capabilities.

FHG, or Fourth Harmonic Generation, unfolds as a fascinating process where the frequency of a laser beam is quadrupled through nonlinear interactions within optical materials. This intricate interplay of light births a new beam with a frequency four times higher, resulting in a dramatically shortened wavelength.

Seamless Integration in Femtosecond Lasers: Elevating Precision

Our FHG option seamlessly melds into our femtosecond lasers, propelling their versatility to new heights. By harnessing the nonlinear attributes of optical materials, we master the art of generating efficient fourth harmonic frequencies. The FHG option is available on Tangor 100 and Tangerine products.

The integration of the FHG option ushers in an array of transformative advantages:

Advanced Imaging: The fourth harmonic’s shorter wavelength redefines imaging precision, proving indispensable for advanced microscopy and medical diagnostics.

Material Evolution: FHG-equipped lasers redefine material processing, offering unmatched microfabrication and surface modification precision.

Scientific Breakthroughs: FHG takes center stage in nonlinear optical studies, unraveling the intricacies of materials under unique conditions.

Precision Spectroscopy: Enhanced harmonic frequencies elevate spectroscopic accuracy, driving research and industrial analysis innovations.

By integrating the FHG option into our ultrafast femtosecond lasers, we amplify their prowess. Quadrupling frequencies and refining wavelengths, FHG-equipped lasers empower diverse industries, from healthcare to advanced research. This innovation epitomizes our steadfast commitment to delivering cutting-edge solutions that redefine the possibilities of laser applications.