Diode laser at OHSU

A diode laser is a laser in which the active medium is a p-n junction semiconductor laser diode, similar to that found in a light-emitting diode. Laser diodes emit at wavelengths from 375 nm to 1800 nm, and wavelengths of over 3 micrometer have been demonstrated. A diode laser can by used to irradiate cells in a flow cytometer.
Laser diode driver
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Electronics and Instrumentation Design Core Resource

Contact: Hunt, John M.

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