PGL's innovative manufacturing techniques allow us to push the boundaries of what is normally possible in grating manufacturing, which has allowed us to deliver unique high power laser capabilities. — Trevor Winston, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, UK
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It is a pleasure to work with PGL as they consistently respond to our unique requirements and deliver superior products.
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Diffraction gratings are critical components for most Chirped Pulse Amplification (CPA) laser systems. There are many different grating types (metal, all-dielectric, and hybrid metal-dielectric reflection gratings, as well as transmission gratings), and equally as many trade-offs relating to diffraction efficiency, spectral and angular bandwidth, polarization, laser-induced damage threshold (LIDT), and temporal dispersion, to name a few. Choosing the right grating for a given laser system can be very confusing. In this webinar we will describe how you can make the best grating selection for your laser requirements.
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