1. Spectroscopy
    Lasers for excitation in range from UV to NIR for Photoluminescence & Raman studies
  2. Nanostructuring
    Lasers & systems for producing Nano-scale structures using 2-Photon Polymerization technique
  3. Microstructuring
    Lasers systems for engraving, drilling and creating micro-patterns on various materials
  4. Photonics
    Lasers & cameras for generating, controlling, and detecting photons in field of Nanophotonics, Microscopy & Imaging.
  5. Photo Voltaic
    Photo Voltaic
    Tools for optical & electrical characterization of semiconductors
  6. Photo Voltaic
    Photo Voltaic
    Tools for characterization of solar cells for research and development of clean energy.
  7. Spectroscopy
    Study of time resolved dynamics in field of photochemistry and photobiology
  8. Life Science
    Life Science
    Lasers for study of Science of life & living organisms
  9. Life Science
    Life Science
    Lasers for study of Science of life & living organisms
  10. Photonics
    Cutting edge tools for application in field of aerospace, agriculture, biomedicine, defence, energy, information technology and many more
 Single Frequency Fiber Lasers

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1 Micron Fiber Laser Source
1.5 Micron Fiber Laser Source
NP Photonics designs and manufactures 1-micron (1.03 – 1.075µm) ASE Source and Single Frequency fiber lasers in continuous-wave (CW) and pulsed configurations.
NP Photonics designs and manufactures 1.5-micron (1.53 – 1.565µm) ASE Source and Single Frequency fiber lasers in continuous-wave (CW) and pulsed configurations.
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2 Micron Fiber Laser Source
Multi-Channel Fiber Laser Systems
NP Photonics designs and manufactures 2-micron (2.03 – 2.1µm) holmium & thulium ASE Source and Single Frequency fiber lasers in continuous-wave (CW) and pulsed configurations.
NP Photonics designs and manufactures a multi-channel system (MCS) that houses up to 25 individual fiber lasers (1-micron and 1.55-micron band) with discrete wavelengths. 
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Fiber Amplifers
Laser Locker
NP Photonics designs and manufactures proprietary gain fibers with very high-gain-per-unit-length. This enables a compact amplifier package with with low latency and very low distortion of ultra-short and transform-limited pulses.

NP Photonics designs and manufactures ultra-stable control electronics that give customers the ability to lock multiple "slave" lasers to a single stable source. 
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NP Photonics develops and manufactures specialty fiber lasers, fiber amplifiers and transport fibers for the near- and mid-infrared (IR) wavelength bands. Their proprietary fiber technology is used across a broad family of products, including narrow linewidth, low phase-noise fiber lasers designed for operation in industrial environments.
Their core strengths are technology innovation, product development, quality engineering and manufacturing world-class products for applications in sensing, defense, metrology and research.



Acoustic Sensing

Acoustic sensing systems use low-noise single-frequency lasers to probe an optical fiber cable for changes in strain and temperature. The fiber is then a distributed sensor that can be used to monitor high-value structures such as oil and gas pipelines or wells, bridges and dams, or provide in-ground perimeter security at borders and industrial and military facilities.

Optical Trapping

Optical trapping techniques are used by scientists to study fundamental quantum mechanical properties of atoms. These techniques, such as magneto-optical traps and lattice traps, use low-noise lasers to cool and contain atoms in an ultra-cold state. In this state, scientists can study properties of Bose-Einstein condensates, and perform experiments in quantum computing and quantum cryptography.

Environmental Sensing

Environmental sensing techniques are used to identify the characteristic spectroscopic optical "fingerprint" of an atom or molecule. In fields such as pollution sensing and monitoring or battlefield standoff detection, laser-based techniques are often the solution to monitor trace chemicals at a distance.

Short Pulse Amplification


Coherent communication

LIDAR systems can be found in ground, airborne, and even space-based platforms, and usually use pulsed lasers. LIDAR systems can not only map targets and measure distances, but are often also used to study the target’s chemical constituents or properties. LIDAR systems can be used in applications such as terrain mapping, wind farm mapping (to determine wind speeds at locations and altitudes around a wind farm), wind shear detection around airports, remote gas emission sensing (for example, CO2detection), spacecraft rangefinding, and standoff biological agent detection.
In the past, picosecond and femtosecond high-energy pulse amplification has been limited to bulky systems based on free-space optical components. With our highly doped non-silica glass technologies, we are able to achieve high levels of amplification within all-fiber systems without introducing excessive levels of pulse distortion. We are enabling the next generation of turnkey high-power ultrafast laser systems for applications such as ultrafast-pulse industrial micromachining and high-speed very low-latency telecommunication optical amplifiers.
Coherent communication systems take advantage of the long coherence length of single-frequency lasers by mixing a detected optical system with a local laser oscillator to create a difference frequency signal which is detected and amplified. With ever-increasing demands for fiber-optic links to carry more data, coherent communication techniques offer solutions to increase the bandwidth of optical links.