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Development of micro-integrated diode lasers fo...
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The German Space Agency DLR is supporting a sounding rocket mission that aims to generate a Bose-Einstein-Condensate (BEC) onboard a sounding rocket in 2017. At the time when the research and technical developments described in this thesis were initiated, there were no laser technologies available meeting the requirements regarding compactness and reliability. This work is therefore devoted to developing the required laser technologies that will provide a demonstration of BEC and atomic interferometry in space for the first time ever. This research was carried out as part of the project ”LASUS” which provided the technology development for the sounding rocket mission ”MAIUS”. In the framework of this thesis, concepts were developed to realize micro-integrated extended cavity diode lasers (ECDLs) for rubidium (Rb) and potassium (K) spectroscopy.The ECDL modules contain only non-moveable components that are integrated on a micro-optical bench with footprints of 50 × 10 mm2 and 80 × 25 mm2. They are based on a Littrow configuration with an external cavity length of ~30 mm. The micro-integrated ECDLs provide an output power ≥ 35 mW behind a micro-optical isolator with 30 dB isolation and a short-term (170 µs) FWHM linewidth of significantly less than 100 kHz. The intrinsic linewidth corresponds to only 260 Hz. To qualify the micro-integrated ECDLs for future quantum optics precision experiments in space, vibration tests (8.1 gRMS and 21.4 gRMS) and mechanical shock tests (1500 g) were carried out. No degradation of the electro-optical performance was observed. Moreover, the electro-optical properties of the macroscopic ECDLs were optimized for micro-integrated ECDL modules.Further, distributed feedback diode (DFB) lasers were electro-optically characterized and optimized, again for Rb and K spectroscopy. Rb-DFB lasers provide single mode emission with an output power of more than 180 mW. The K-DFB lasers feature an excellent spectral stability with a short term (10 µs) FWHM linewidth of 320 kHz, and their intrinsic linewidth corresponds to 5 kHz.

Anbieter: Dodax
Stand: 02.04.2020
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Oscar Hertwig
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Oscar Hertwig (21 April 1849, Friedberg, Hesse 25 October 1922, Berlin) was a German zoologist and professor, who also wrote about the theory of evolution circa 1916, over 55 years after Charles Darwin's book The Origin of Species. He was the elder brother of zoologist-professor Richard Hertwig (1850 1937). The Hertwig brothers were the most eminent scholars of Ernst Haeckel (and Carl Gegenbaur) from the University of Jena. They were independent of Haeckel's philosophical speculations but took his ideas in a positive way to widen their concepts in zoology. Initially, between 1879 1883, they performed embryological studies, especially on the theory of the coelom (1881), the fluid-filled body cavity. These problems were based on the phylogenetic theorems of Haeckel, i.e. the biogenic theory (German = biogenetisches Grundgesetz), and the "gastraea theory".

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Hohlraum
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! In radiation thermodynamics, a hohlraum (a non-specific German word for a "hollow area" or "cavity") is a cavity whose walls are in radiative equilibrium with the radiant energy within the cavity. This idealized cavity can be approximated in practice by making a small perforation in the wall of a hollow container of any opaque material. The radiation escaping through such a perforation will be a good approximation to blackbody radiation at the temperature of the interior of the container.

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Development of micro-integrated diode lasers fo...
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The German Space Agency DLR is supporting a sounding rocket mission that aims to generate a Bose-Einstein-Condensate (BEC) onboard a sounding rocket in 2017. At the time when the research and technical developments described in this thesis were initiated, there were no laser technologies available meeting the requirements regarding compactness and reliability. This work is therefore devoted to developing the required laser technologies that will provide a demonstration of BEC and atomic interferometry in space for the first time ever. This research was carried out as part of the project ”LASUS” which provided the technology development for the sounding rocket mission ”MAIUS”. In the framework of this thesis, concepts were developed to realize micro-integrated extended cavity diode lasers (ECDLs) for rubidium (Rb) and potassium (K) spectroscopy. The ECDL modules contain only non-moveable components that are integrated on a micro-optical bench with footprints of 50 × 10 mm2 and 80 × 25 mm2. They are based on a Littrow configuration with an external cavity length of ~30 mm. The micro-integrated ECDLs provide an output power ≥ 35 mW behind a micro-optical isolator with 30 dB isolation and a short-term (170 µs) FWHM linewidth of significantly less than 100 kHz. The intrinsic linewidth corresponds to only 260 Hz. To qualify the micro-integrated ECDLs for future quantum optics precision experiments in space, vibration tests (8.1 gRMS and 21.4 gRMS) and mechanical shock tests (1500 g) were carried out. No degradation of the electro-optical performance was observed. Moreover, the electro-optical properties of the macroscopic ECDLs were optimized for micro-integrated ECDL modules. Further, distributed feedback diode (DFB) lasers were electro-optically characterized and optimized, again for Rb and K spectroscopy. Rb-DFB lasers provide single mode emission with an output power of more than 180 mW. The K-DFB lasers feature an excellent spectral stability with a short term (10 µs) FWHM linewidth of 320 kHz, and their intrinsic linewidth corresponds to 5 kHz.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 02.04.2020
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Development of micro-integrated diode lasers fo...
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The German Space Agency DLR is supporting a sounding rocket mission that aims to generate a Bose-Einstein-Condensate (BEC) onboard a sounding rocket in 2017. At the time when the research and technical developments described in this thesis were initiated, there were no laser technologies available meeting the requirements regarding compactness and reliability. This work is therefore devoted to developing the required laser technologies that will provide a demonstration of BEC and atomic interferometry in space for the first time ever. This research was carried out as part of the project ”LASUS” which provided the technology development for the sounding rocket mission ”MAIUS”. In the framework of this thesis, concepts were developed to realize micro-integrated extended cavity diode lasers (ECDLs) for rubidium (Rb) and potassium (K) spectroscopy. The ECDL modules contain only non-moveable components that are integrated on a micro-optical bench with footprints of 50 × 10 mm2 and 80 × 25 mm2. They are based on a Littrow configuration with an external cavity length of ~30 mm. The micro-integrated ECDLs provide an output power ≥ 35 mW behind a micro-optical isolator with 30 dB isolation and a short-term (170 µs) FWHM linewidth of significantly less than 100 kHz. The intrinsic linewidth corresponds to only 260 Hz. To qualify the micro-integrated ECDLs for future quantum optics precision experiments in space, vibration tests (8.1 gRMS and 21.4 gRMS) and mechanical shock tests (1500 g) were carried out. No degradation of the electro-optical performance was observed. Moreover, the electro-optical properties of the macroscopic ECDLs were optimized for micro-integrated ECDL modules. Further, distributed feedback diode (DFB) lasers were electro-optically characterized and optimized, again for Rb and K spectroscopy. Rb-DFB lasers provide single mode emission with an output power of more than 180 mW. The K-DFB lasers feature an excellent spectral stability with a short term (10 µs) FWHM linewidth of 320 kHz, and their intrinsic linewidth corresponds to 5 kHz.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 02.04.2020
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