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Mode Scrambler for Increasing Numerical Aperture
This project is one of the three improvements to a falloposcope under development described in UA19-249. This falloposcope was designed with optical elements selected for detection of early stage ovarian cancer in fallopian tube epithelium. The mode scrambler improvement in this project acts to widen and brighten the illumination profile to better serve...
Published: 4/14/2022   |   Inventor(s): Jennifer Barton, Kelli Kiekens, Gabriella Romano
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics, Technology Classifications > Life Sciences, Technology Classifications > Materials > Medical Devices
3D Printed Lens for Imaging in Falloposcope
This project proposes three improvements to a falloposcope under development. This falloposcope was designed with optical elements selected for detection of early stage ovarian cancer in fallopian tube epithelium. The data collected by the falloposcope is grounded in a growing body of medical research. Falloposcopes were used in the 1990s to treat...
Published: 6/15/2021   |   Inventor(s): Jennifer Barton, Kelli Kiekens, David Vega
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics > Medical Imaging, Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics
Distributed Feedback Fiber Laser Pumped by Multimode Diode Lasers
Researchers at the University of Arizona College of Optical Sciences and Canada's Carleton University recently succeeded in fabricating high reflectivity (>99%) Fiber Bragg Gratings (FBGs) into phosphate glass fibers using UV light and a phase mask technique. With this new manufacturing technique, fiber lasers can be created as single monolithic...
Published: 11/30/2014   |   Inventor(s): Nasser Peyghambarian, Axel Schülzgen, Li Li, Jacques Albert
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics, Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics > Lasers & Other Sources
All-Fiber Multicore Fiber Laser Devices
Researchers at the University of Arizona have developed a compact, power-scalable, alignment-free fiber laser that takes a new approach to stabilizing phase-locked operation of multi-core fiber lasers by completely removing all free space optical components. This high-brightness, all-fiber laser package uses passive optical fiber spliced at both ends...
Published: 1/31/2014   |   Inventor(s): Nasser Peyghambarian, Axel Schülzgen, Li Li
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Category(s): Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics, Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics > Fiber Optics, Technology Classifications > Imaging & Optics > Lasers & Other Sources