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Space-Qualifiable High Reliability Frequency-Stabilized CW Laser Source, Phase I

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Space-Qualifiable High Reliability Frequency-Stabilized CW Laser Source, Phase I
We propose the development and space qualification of a high reliability frequency-stabilized CW laser source at 1064 nm wavelength region to satisfy the requirements of this SBIR subtopic opportunity. Our recommended approach is based on extensive experience developing and using single frequency laser source in the near infrared, both for NASA, DoD and aerospace/commercial applications. Our technical approach built on emerging technology spawned by the telecom industry, which has reached it maturity level such that space qualification of the propose laser can be undertaken. NASA requires proposed laser source for various missions under planning, including LISA, ICESat, LIST, etc. More »

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