One of the most challenging tasks in any aerial combat situation is to determine which assets on the ground should be targeted and which ones should be avoided. This is particularly challenging in the situation where enemy assets are camouflaged or hidden amongst civilian assets. In this application note, we will examine the basic laser requirements, for laser designation systems and take a look at what types of lasers are ideal for these systems. In a laser designation system, an infrared laser is fixed onto a target of interest and pulsed with a known frequency code. This allows an infrared receiver on the plane or missile to lock onto the pulsing light scattered off of the target and eventually destroy it. On the surface the requirements for the laser seem fairly straightforward, the laser needs to be invisible to the human eye and it needs to have a programmable pulse rate, but when you look in more detail there are a lot of small factors that add up to big problems it not addressed properly.
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Call us to discuss your needs and see how we can help you achieve success. For more information on any of the over standard laser diode configurations currently listed on our website you can, click here. Air-tight, dust and moist proof design allows to use the device under any atmospheric conditions within wide temperature range. Sub-ns DPSS lasers for portable lidar sensors Specifically designed for harsh aerospace environments available at 1.
Perfect for deployment in smaller manned aircraft such as a single-engine propeller plane, while still meeting or exceeding all of the optical requirements Ruggedized all-in-one IP 67 package W of average power at nm, with pulse durations in the range of to ps and a repetition rate of up to kHz. Equipped with either industrial or Mil-spec connectors. Diode-pumped or flashlamp-pumped optionsactive and passive q-switching options Pulse energies between 2mJ and 10mJ, Pulse widths from 9ns to 40ns Pulse repetition rates from 1Hz to 30Hz.
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