laser beams


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laser beams

n., pl. rayos de láser, rayos de luz por efecto radioactivo de calor intenso que se usan para destruir tejidos o separar partes.
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Arges develops and manufactures intelligent subsystems for positioning and deflecting laser beams.
The system provides real-time measurements of focused laser beams with a power density that is too high for traditional measurement devices.
COHERENT has extended its series of large-area, high-speed, PowerMax-Pro laser detectors to enable power measurement of continuous-wave laser beams of 3kW, and modulated laser beams of 5kW peak power.
Previously, we used the plasma channel to plasma optical modulation for laser beams [25, 26].
This research made use of 'ultra-pure' diamonds to concentrate multiple laser beams into a single output.
A STEEP rise in hoax calls, cases of unidentified flying objects and laser beams being flashed on aircraft are giving a tough time to the Central Industrial Security Force -- entrusted with guarding Delhi and other airports across the country.
That cold war will be carried on with new technologies on destructive laser beams. Gradually, It will give a holiday to all arms race around nuclear-tipped missiles.
Since I am not really a techie but only an interested observer, what one gathers is that early attempts to use laser beams as weapons proved difficult.
The GC has formed a committee, which will soon chart out an implementation plan to address ways to curb the menace of the unlawful use of laser beams.
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London, June 29 ( ANI ): The US Army's team of scientists are developing a device that will shoot lightning bolts down laser beams to destroy its target.