Alnair Labs Corporation was established on 29th August 2001 with the aim to provide ultra-short pulse laser systems and solutions based on its unique carbon-nanotubes photonic technology.
Our products include polarization-maintaining femtosecond fiber lasers (1.55 micron), femtosecond Ytterbium mode-locked fiber lasers (1.03 micron), high sensitivity alignment-free autocorrelators, short-pulse optical amplifiers, tunable dispersion compensators, tunable FBG filters and carbon-nanotube saturable absorbers.
We also provide custom photonic solutions covering new laser cavity design, miniature optical modules and specially requested optical assembly.
Our team consists a total of 17 people with eight people concentrating on research and development area. Three out of the eight people are focusing on ultrafast fiber laser research while the rest are centered on tunable FBG technology, short-pulsed measurement system and custom solutions.
Our prior principle is always establishing smooth communications between our potential and existing customers. This will ensure us to deliver high quality and satisfactory products.
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