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Alfalight Gets $3.8M From DARPA - Funding has increased to $8.5 Million

...nced Research Projects Agency (DARPA), has awarded alfalight a $3.9 million grant for Research and Development ... the funding to a total award of $5.3 million. alfalight , founded in Madison in 1998, last week received a...unications applications. The technologies that alfalight incorporates into its products was developed at th...

Alfalights New Laser Bars

...adison spinout, is a manufacturer of high-powered diode lasers used in the industrial, defense, and telecommunications markets. The technologies that alfalight incorporates into its products were developed at the Reed Center of Photonics, an engineering research center at UW-Madison Alfalights Aluminum-Fre...

Alfalight increases laser efficiency for DOD program

...le systems potentially feasible, said , Robert S. Williamson III, director, alfalight business development. Increasing laser diode efficiency even by 15 perc...r some materials processing, printing and medical applications. Although alfalight is set to deliver 65 percent efficient laser bars to DARPA by March of 2005...

Alfalight receives $3.8 million Air Force laser contract

... Madison, Wis. alfalight , a manufacturer of high-powered diode lasers, ann...e research laboratory in New Mexico. The lab wants alfalight to, over the next 18 months, develop a multimode l...d commercial level. In developing this project, alfalight will put a holographic feedback system into the ca...

Alfalight awarded $4.5 million Army Research contract

...ghtness of these multi-mode lasers, typically inherently, just because of the physicswhen you extract a lot of power, the brightness goes down," said alfalight vice president of Research and Development Manoj Kanskar. The lasers to be developed in the program are expected to deliver a kilowatt of power int...

Alfalight receives $7 million in expansion funding

...ces program. Read about those projects here: alfalight awarded $4.5 million Army Research contract alfalight garners $1.4 million defense funding for diode pro...any, said company president and CEO Mohan Warrior. alfalight has completed five sequential quarters of commerci...

Alfalight receives $4.7M to produce next generation lasers

...nd military applications. The funding might enable alfalight to overcome the last remaining hurdle for laser di... prototype system. More about Alfalight: alfalight receives $7 million in expansion funding alfalight awarded $4.5 million Army Research contract ...

Alfalight awarded $1.7M from Army Research Lab

... Madison, Wis. - alfalight , a manufacturer of high-power diode lasers, has b...S. Army Research Laboratory . With the funding, alfalight will develop pump modules suitable for pumping hig...evelopment of Alfalight, said the award will drive alfalight to provide improved spatial brightness and usable ...
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