Northrop Grumman Corporation Datasheets for Solid State Lasers

Solid state lasers use a transparent substance (crystalline or glass) as the active medium, doped to provide the energy states necessary for lasing.  Solid state lasers are used in both low and high power applications.
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Maritime Laser Demonstration Directed Energy Systems in April 2011 successfully showed how laser weapons can protect the U.S. Navy's fleet from small boat threats. In Pacific Ocean tests, employees fired the Maritime Laser...
Vesta Expected to greatly shorten the timeline for lasers to go from the laboratory onto the battlefield, Vesta's critical features are high power, excellent beam quality, and long run time -...
Strategic Illuminator Laser Funded by the Missile Defense Agency, Strategic Illuminator Laser (SILL) is a diode-pumped, solid-state, next-generation illuminator laser. In 2006, SILL met all technical performance requirements when it demonstrated multi-kilowatt-class average...
Gamma Gamma is the first product in Northrop Grumman's next-generation FIRESTRIKE family of high-energy, solid-state lasers that are lighter, smaller and more rugged for military operations than previous laser systems. The...
Solid State Laser High-power, solid-state technology has great potential to provide the military with a multi-platform, multi-mission capability. Weaponized electric lasers will complement kinetic systems, bringing speed-of-light, ultra-precision and force protection to the...
Joint High Power Solid-State Laser In 2009, Directed Energy Systems reached new heights with its scalable building block approach for compact, electric laser weapons when it produced the most powerful light ray created by an...
Solid State Laser Testbed Experiment The Joint High Power Solid State Laser (JHPSSL) developed by Northrop Grumman is being integrated with the beam control and command and control systems of the Tactical High Energy Laser...