NIST Seeks Board Quotes for Laser Project | Print |  E-mail
Written by Mike Buetow   
Friday, 24 May 2013 14:01

GAITHERSBURG, MD -- The US government is seeking bids for 20 printed circuit boards with components and assembly for a custom laser stabilization and control function project.

The boards are sought as part of the Fiber Sources and Applications Project run by the Quantum Electronics and Photonics Division of the National Institute of Standards and Technology in Boulder, CO.

"Many experiments in our group require us to build custom lasers which push the limits of laser stabilization and control. These lasers are made much more reliable by the use of digital servos which can implement multi-channel complex transfer functions and automatic lock acquisition. We use custom printed circuit boards that perform high-speed, low-noise analog-to-digital and digital-to-analog conversion to build digital servos for feedback corrections of laser frequency and amplitude fluctuations," NIST said.

Interested vendors capable of furnishing the specified equipment in this combined synposis/solicitation should submit their quote in writing to:

  • T. Marks
  • Purchasing Agent
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The deadline for the submission of quotes is today.

 

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