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  1. Mode Adapting Etched Air Taper Fiber Optic Pump Combiner

    SBC: Optical Engines, Inc.            Topic: AF131011

    ABSTRACT: The Etched Air Taper Combiner as fist proposed by the US Air Force Academy has the advantages in that the input fiber bundle, the combining section, and the output to the gain fiber can be individually improved and optimized and then the components are spliced together to create the finished device. Pump efficiencies of over 96% and power handling capabilities of 1.5kW have been demons ...

    SBIR Phase I 2013 Department of DefenseAir Force
  2. Mode Adapting Etched Air Taper Fiber Optic Pump Combiner

    SBC: Optical Engines, Inc.            Topic: AF131011

    ABSTRACT: The semiconductor pumped fiber laser has generated considerable interest for High Energy Lasers (HELs) in a number of BMDS applications including long range sensing, communications and missile defense. The potential efficiency, compact size and low weight, reliability and ruggedness are attractive for these and other directed energy applications. A key requirement is the creation and ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseAir Force
  3. High Power Fiber Laser Array High Accuracy Pointing and End Preparation

    SBC: Optical Engines, Inc.            Topic: MDA13019

    This proposed phase 2 program builds on the foundations established in the phase 1 effort to demonstrate both a one dimensional close packed removable array for spectrally combined systems, and a two dimensional large collimated array for both diffractive optical element (DOE) coherently combined systems and also for multi aperture systems. This proposed program is well within Optical Engines exp ...

    SBIR Phase II 2015 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  4. High Power Photonic WireFiber Laser Tap Couplers for Phase and Polarization Control

    SBC: Optical Engines, Inc.            Topic: MDA15015

    Through years of experience developing low loss fiber pump combiners operating to multi kW levels,Optical Engines has mastered the technology for producing fiber optic tapers with precise dimensions and very low loss.This technology allows for the transition to tapers in the Photonic wire region where the fiber core dimensions are much less than 10um and the mode field diameter (MFD) becomes very ...

    SBIR Phase I 2016 Department of DefenseMissile Defense Agency
  5. To Investigate and Develop a Reduced cost, completely monolithic high energy ultrafast fiber amplifier based on microstructured fiber and counter pumping

    SBC: Optical Engines, Inc.            Topic: 26

    The DOE has expressed considerable interest in the potential use of a coherently combined array consisting of a very large number of ultrafast (sub picosecond) fiber lasers. In order for this approach to be successful, significant increases in per pulse energies and average power as well as significant reductions in cost and size must be realized. In order to meet this challenge Optical Engines In ...

    SBIR Phase I 2016 Department of Energy
  6. To Investigate and Develop a Reduced Cost Completely Monolithic High Energy Ultrafast Fiber Amplifier Based on Microstructured Fiber and Counter Pumping

    SBC: Optical Engines, Inc.            Topic: 26a

    A very diverse set of applications from lasers for accelerator applications to defense, to industrial to scientific and biomedical applications need to achieve ultrafast laser beams that have both high energy per pulse and high average power. In current lasers systems only one or the other is achievable. Networks of coherently combined massively parallel arrays of fiber lasers provide the promise ...

    SBIR Phase II 2017 Department of Energy
  7. Kilowatt Level Uplinks for Deep Space Optical Communications

    SBC: Optical Engines, Inc.            Topic: H901

    In a prior program, Optical Engines was able to achieve 300 W average CW power in a Packaged Deep Space uplink transmitter delivered to JPL. In order to meet the stated JPL goal of 500W of average power with a 20% duty factor in a low data rate configuration, over 3kW of pump power will be required. In order to operate with the nested high data rate option, mj level pulse energies at high average ...

    SBIR Phase I 2017 National Aeronautics and Space Administration
  8. PCF Based High Reliability Arbitrary Pulse pattern Laser Amplifier

    SBC: Optical Engines, Inc.            Topic: 25d

    Optical Engines Inc will develop a hybrid Master Oscillator Power Amplifier (MOPA), system counter pumped PCF amplifier for the highest pulse energy available from a fiber laser system. This all fiber front end will be coupled to a small bulk amplifier with the ultimate goal of increasing the energy of the fiber portion of the system such that the bulk portion will not be necessary. This arbitrary ...

    SBIR Phase I 2018 Department of Energy
  9. PCF Based High Reliability Arbitrary Pulse Pattern Laser Amplifier

    SBC: Optical Engines, Inc.            Topic: 25d

    A very diverse set of applications from lasers for accelerator applications to defense, to industrial to scientific and biomedical applications need to achieve pulsed laser beams that have both high energy per pulse and high average power.In current lasers systems only one or the other is achievable.As with networking equipment, the search is on for a “Software Defined Laser”, where a nearly a ...

    SBIR Phase II 2019 Department of Energy
  10. FEFLA Structures for High Intensity Short PUlse Fiber Laser Array

    SBC: Optical Engines, Inc.            Topic: 28b

    HELDP applications require lasers to create both high energy pulses and these pulses at high repetition rates for high average powers. While bulk solid-state lasers can provide the required high pulse energies, thermal effects limit their use to

    SBIR Phase I 2020 Department of Energy
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