MOUNTAIN VIEW, Calif. - Mobius Photonics, an innovative producer of short pulsed fiber laser sources (IR, green, and UV laser), has been granted a United States patent for "Fiber MOPA System without Stimulated Brillouin Scattering." The patent number is 8,009,705.
The patent covers an optical fiber-based master oscillator power amplifier (MOPA) system that avoids stimulated Brillouin scattering (SBS). SBS is a spontaneous phenomenon of light scattering that can occur in an optical fiber, reducing a fiber laser system's optical power. Mobius' methods for overcoming SBS enable a system that produces high-peak-power, square pulses that are efficiently wavelength converted to desired wavelengths. The invention has particular relevance for applications such as materials processing that demand robust fiber-based systems capable of producing high-quality, high-peak-power, green or UV pulses.
"We are delighted that United States Patent and Trademark Office has accepted our patent on a fiber MOPA system without SBS," said Kiyomi Monro, Mobius CEO. "Mobius plans to continue to invest in expanding our intellectual property portfolio by leveraging our unique company culture of research and innovation."
About Mobius Photonics
Founded in 2005, Mobius Photonics, Inc. produces fiber-based laser sources for applications ranging from material processing for solar cell manufacturing, semiconductor fabrication and assembly, and flat panel display manufacturing, to scientific uses such as super-resolution microscopy. The Mobius Photonics team combines in-depth understanding of customer needs with manufacturing experience, and pushes the state-of-the-art by working in close collaboration with suppliers and customers around the world.
For more information, visit www.mobiusphotonics.com or call (408) 496-1084.
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