Space Acousto-optic Modulator AOM/AOFS

For years, we’ve been at the forefront of acousto-optic device design and manufacturing, pushing the boundaries of technology in this field. Our dedicated research and manufacturing teams are the bedrock of our success, ensuring exceptional product performance and unwavering support for our customers.

We meticulously control the entire process, from the growth, processing, and coating of crystal materials like TeO2 and quartz to the fine-tuning of various product properties. This mastery of craftsmanship allows us to strike the perfect balance between key parameters, delivering solutions that precisely meet your needs.

We have a deep understanding of critical parameters like AOM loss, on/off extinction ratio, and rise time. This allows us to deliver standard products that consistently exceed expectations, while also offering customized services to address unique requirements. Whether you’re looking for off-the-shelf solutions or bespoke designs, we’re here to collaborate and quickly respond to your needs.

What is Acousto-optic Modulator?

The principle of the acousto-optic modulator (AOM) is acousto-optic interaction effect. By applying different RF signals (RF frequency, digital signal, or analog signal) to achieve frequency modulation, pulse modulation, or intensity modulation of the beam. Operating wavelengths range from visible to infrared region. The frequency ranges from 40 MHZ to 400 MHZ. Other frequencies can be customized to meet the requirements of different application scenarios. The product is packaged in an all-metal structure, compact structure, small size, and has good temperature stability and reliability.

What is Acousto-optic Frequency Shifter?

Changing the frequency of light is the basic performance of acousto-optic modulator. Acousto-optic frequency shifter (AOFS) is composed of a piezoelectric transducer and acousto-optic medium. When a suitable radio frequency electrical signal is applied to the piezoelectric transducer, the piezoelectric transducer converts the electrical signal into an ultrasonic signal and transmits it into the acoustic-optical medium because of the piezoelectric effect, so that the refractive index of the acoustic-optical medium changes periodically to form an ultrasonic grating. When light passes through the ultrasonic grating, the beam is diffracted, and the frequency of the diffracted light is changed relative to the incident light. An acousto-optic frequency shifter is an ideal frequency shifter with high response speed and high extinction ratio, which is mostly used in interference-based optical systems.

399nm Space AOM  Series

399nm Space AOM  Series

Acousto optic modulator is a kind of photoelectric product that uses the principle of acousto-optic interaction to modulate the laser intensity and shift the frequency.
532nm Space AOM Series

532nm Space AOM  Series

An acousto-optic modulator is a kind of acousto-optic product that modulates laser intensity by acousto-optic effect and shifts its frequency.
780nm Space AOM  Series

780nm Space AOM  Series

An acousto-optic modulator is a kind of acousto-optic product that modulates laser intensity and shifts its frequency by using acousto-optic interaction principle.
1064nm Space AOM Series

1064nm Space AOM  Series

An acousto-optic modulator (AOM) is a kind of acousto-optic device that can modulate laser intensity and frequency shift by the principle of acousto-optic interaction.
1550nm Space AOM  Series

1550nm Space AOM  Series

Spatial light acousto-optic modulators are used to modulate the intensity or frequency of a beam, with wavelengths ranging from the visible and infrared regions.
1550nm Space AOM  Series

Customized Spatial Light Modulator

An optical modulator operates as a type of photoelectric device employing the principle of acousto-optic interaction to control the amplitude of a laser beam and alter its frequency.