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  1. Alaskan

    Osram PL 530 Modules: 808 nm to 530 nm OPSL Technology - Narrow .3 nm Linewidth (new, old stock)

    I did buy six from holokid for 28 dollars each which have lenses on them, I was told they were expander lenses but I haven't tried them yet, or have been able to look at them close enough to see well, old age! I can't focus that close to really see, but I have faith the seller is correct, that...
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    It is crazy and the high rent is causing me pause, the pay is good, but it is diminished by high rent.
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    Oh, rent, it’s very high to me, too high. 2K a month is low, many much higher.
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    Obscene in a good way? I spent most of my time in Cambridge
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    Nice, incredible amount of power for solid state, didn’t know anyone had done that.
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    They use eight water cooled Klystron tubes and combine the outputs using an unusual waveguide scheme. Here’s one of the new tubes they will be using:
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    Not hot compared to Doha, Qatar, it’s terrible.
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    My wife would like it there due to the warm weather and beaches.
  9. Alaskan

    Osram PL 530 Modules: 808 nm to 530 nm OPSL Technology - Narrow .3 nm Linewidth (new, old stock)

    OK good, I can buy over 100 at this price, if members want more but I need to buy at least 50 on the GB to order.
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    One year in Boston, then four in SD. I need to get a 4 megawatt 4.6 GHz transmitter tested and shipped to San Diego for use on the DIII-D Tokamak ran by General Atomics, MIT has some time on it each year to test their RF drive control of the plasma field. I think I’d rather live in Boston, love...
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    Osram PL 530 Modules: 808 nm to 530 nm OPSL Technology - Narrow .3 nm Linewidth (new, old stock)

    Sure, I'm just collecting names until we get enough anyway.
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    Well.... Wife is OK with it, it's stressing her some, but she worries easy, I think it will work out. The Tokamak in SD I will be working with: http://www.ga.com/diii-d-national-fusion-facility-begins-transformation-to-prepare-for-future-reactors - I'm breaking the rules for this thread, this...
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    I am like you Paul, this is my only shot at a job which would allow that. Believe me though, this is the far more difficult path for me right now, a year in Boston, then moving to San Diego to work with a larger tokamak when I emptied most of my bank account buying my retirement apartment in...
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    I'd work for free for this job too, but I need money to live, not on retirement yet.
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    Yea, can’t pass on this one...
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    At MIT plasma physics departmen today, had a show around of some of the Tokamak equipment I will be working with
  17. Alaskan

    Osram PL 530 Modules: 808 nm to 530 nm OPSL Technology - Narrow .3 nm Linewidth (new, old stock)

    Everyone is marked down, if we get enough, I will let you know. I can now offer these at a lower price for five dollars each. Diachi, I stand corrected, thank you for your contribution to the thread. I was so hoping they were direct doubled, although PPLN crystals can be used for frequency...
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    Doha, Qatar international, waiting to board a flight to Boston. Going to be there two nights and then return. Need to make sure I am making the correct decision to take the new job.
  19. Alaskan

    Osram PL530 - Tiny 530nm OPSL

    Yep, those six have a tiny expander lens assembly glued to the output. Since the divergence of these modules without an expander lens is 4 to 8 mRad, the distance needed between a collimation lens to allow the beam to expand enough to lower the divergence to an acceptable or low enough amount is...




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