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Jesse D Buck

from San Marcos, CA
Age ~64

Jesse Buck Phones & Addresses

  • 1320 Woodland Ct, San Marcos, CA 92069 (760) 489-7783 (442) 489-7783
  • 1343 Calle Colnett, San Marcos, CA 92069
  • 22241 Falencia, Mission Viejo, CA 92691 (714) 830-6755
  • San Juan Capistrano, CA
  • Irvine, CA
  • Tualatin, OR
  • Sunnyvale, CA
  • Arcata, CA

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Name / Title
Company / Classification
Phones & Addresses
Jesse Buck
President
Drake Precision Optics, Inc
Mfg Pressed/Blown Glass · Nonclassifiable Establishments
1320 Woodland Ct, San Marcos, CA 92069

Publications

Us Patents

Double Pass Double Etalon Spectrometer

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US Patent:
6359693, Mar 19, 2002
Filed:
Dec 14, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/737181
Inventors:
Scott T. Smith - San Diego CA
Alexander I. Ershov - San Diego CA
Jesse D. Buck - San Marcos CA
Assignee:
Cymer, Inc. - San Diego CA
International Classification:
G01B 902
US Classification:
356519, 356454
Abstract:
A first double pass etalon based spectrometer. In a preferred embodiment a second etalon matched to the first double pass etalon is used to produce extremely precise fringe data. Spectral components of a diffused beam are angularly separated as they are transmitted through an etalon. A retroreflector reflects the transmitted components back through the etalon. Twice transmitted spectral components are directed through a second etalon and focused onto a light detector which in a preferred embodiment is a photo diode array. The spectrometer is very compact producing the extremely precise fringe data permitting bandwidth measurements with precision needed for microlithography for both and.

Portable Laser Beam Monitor

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US Patent:
6396062, May 28, 2002
Filed:
Dec 3, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/454693
Inventors:
Jesse D. Buck - San Marcos CA
Robert G. Ozarski - Poway CA
Assignee:
Cymer, Inc. - San Diego CA
International Classification:
G01J 142
US Classification:
250372, 250330
Abstract:
A portable laser beam monitor utilizes a plurality of optical trains to monitor ultraviolet laser beam profiles at a plurality of positions along a laser beam path. A preferred embodiment useful for monitoring beam profiles of lithography lasers measures the beam profile at the front aperture, the rear aperture, the shutter plane and at infinity (the divergence plane). The beam profiles are imaged on a fluorescent screen which is monitored by a visible light camera. Images of the profiles may be discharged on the screen of a lap top computer.

Wavelength Reference For Laser

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US Patent:
6396582, May 28, 2002
Filed:
Dec 7, 1998
Appl. No.:
09/206526
Inventors:
Jesse D. Buck - San Marcos CA
Raymond F. Cybulski - San Diego CA
Peter C. Newman - Encinitas CA
Palash P. Das - Vista CA
Assignee:
Cymer, Inc. - San Diego CA
International Classification:
G01J 328
US Classification:
356328, 356437, 356326, 372 20, 372 57, 372102, 372 29
Abstract:
The present invention includes a system and method for characterizing the wavelength of a beam of radiation using a known reference transition. The invention comprises a vapor including a material having a transition which absorbs radiation of a known wavelength, the vapor being contained in a container. The container includes an optical path along which the beam of radiation can propagate through the vapor. A dispersive optical element is aligned along the optical path. A detector is aligned along the optical path after the dispersive element. Wavelength information about the beam of radiation is determined from the position of a dip in the detector signal that is correlated to the known reference transition. This method is most useful when the laser bandwidth substantially exceeds the transition bandwidth.

Smart Laser With Fast Deformable Grating

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US Patent:
6493374, Dec 10, 2002
Filed:
Oct 31, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/703317
Inventors:
Igor V. Fomenkov - San Diego CA
Frederick G. Erie - Encinitas CA
Jesse D. Buck - San Marcos CA
Palash P. Das - Vista CA
Assignee:
Cymer, Inc. - San Diego CA
International Classification:
H01S 308
US Classification:
372102, 372 57, 372 99
Abstract:
A smart laser having automatic computer control of pulse energy, wavelength and bandwidth using feedback signals from a wavemeter. Pulse energy is controlled by controlling discharge voltage, wavelength by controlling the position of an R mirror and bandwidth is controller by adjusting the curvature of a grating to shapes more complicated than simple convex or simple concave. A preferred embodiment provides seven piezoelectric driven pressure-tension locations on the back side of the grating at 5 horizontal locations to produce shapes such as S shapes, W shapes and twisted shapes. Preferred embodiments include automatic feedback control of horizontal and vertical beam profile by automatic adjustment of a prism plate on which beam expander prisms are located and automatic adjustment of the R tilt.

Bandwidth Control Technique For A Laser

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US Patent:
6721340, Apr 13, 2004
Filed:
Jun 30, 2000
Appl. No.:
09/608543
Inventors:
Igor V. Fomenkov - San Diego CA
Armen Kroyan - San Diego CA
Jesse D. Buck - San Marcos CA
Palash P. Das - Vista CA
Richard L. Sandstrom - Encinitas CA
Frederick G. Erie - Encinitas CA
John M. Algots - San Diego CA
Gamaralalage G. Padmabandu - San Diego CA
Assignee:
Cymer, Inc. - San Diego CA
International Classification:
H01S 310
US Classification:
372 25, 372 57
Abstract:
A technique for bandwidth control of an electric discharge laser. Line narrowing equipment is provided having at least one piezoelectric drive and a fast bandwidth detection means and a bandwidth control having a time response of less than about 1. 0 millisecond. In a preferred embodiment wavelength tuning mirror is dithered at dither rates of more than 500 dithers per second within a very narrow range of pivot angles to cause a dither in nominal wavelength values to produce a desired effective bandwidth of series of laser pulses.

High Power Gas Discharge Laser With Line Narrowing Unit

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US Patent:
6735236, May 11, 2004
Filed:
Nov 30, 1999
Appl. No.:
09/451407
Inventors:
Raymond F. Cybulski - San Diego CA
Alexander I. Ershov - San Diego CA
Eckehard D. Onkels - San Diego CA
Palash P. Das - Vista CA
Danilo K. Richardson - Escondido CA
Jesse D. Buck - San Marcos CA
Assignee:
Cymer, Inc. - San Diego CA
International Classification:
H01S 308
US Classification:
372102, 372 20, 372 57, 372 99
Abstract:
A grating based line narrowing device for line narrowing lasers producing high energy laser beams. Techniques are provided for minimizing adverse effects of hot gas layers present on the face of the grating. In preferred embodiments a stream of gas is directed across the face of the grating. In other embodiments the effect of the hot gas layer is reduced with the use of helium as a purge gas and in other embodiments the purge gas pressure is reduced to reduce the optical effects of the hot gas layer.

Bandwidth Control Technique For A Laser

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US Patent:
7079556, Jul 18, 2006
Filed:
Sep 24, 2003
Appl. No.:
10/670406
Inventors:
Igor V. Fomenkov - San Diego CA, US
Armen Kroyan - San Diego CA, US
Jesse D. Buck - San Marcos CA, US
Palash P. Das - Vista CA, US
Richard L. Sandstrom - Encinitas CA, US
Frederick G. Erie - Encinitas CA, US
John Martin Algots - San Diego CA, US
Gamaralalage G. Padmabandu - San Diego CA, US
Assignee:
Cymer, Inc. - San Diego CA
International Classification:
H01S 3/09
H01S 3/10
US Classification:
372 9, 372102
Abstract:
A technique for bandwidth control of an electric discharge laser. Line narrowing equipment is provided having at least one piezoelectric drive and a fast bandwidth detection means and a bandwidth control having a time response of less than about 1. 0 millisecond. In a preferred embodiment wavelength tuning mirror is dithered at dither rates of more than 500 dithers per second within a very narrow range of pivot angles to cause a dither in nominal wavelength values to produce a desired effective bandwidth of series of laser pulses.

Optical System For Ophthalmic Surgical Laser

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US Patent:
8262647, Sep 11, 2012
Filed:
Jul 29, 2009
Appl. No.:
12/511974
Inventors:
Ferenc Raksi - Mission Viejo CA, US
Jesse Buck - San Marcos CA, US
Assignee:
Alcon LenSx, Inc. - Aliso Viejo CA
International Classification:
A61B 18/18
A61B 19/00
US Classification:
606 5, 606 4, 128898
Abstract:
A laser system for ophthalmic surgery includes a laser source, to generate a pulsed laser beam, an XY scanner, to receive the pulsed laser beam, and to output an XY-scanning beam, scanned in two directions transverse to a Z axis, a Z scanner, to receive the XY-scanning beam, and to output an XYZ-scanning beam, scanned in addition along the Z axis, the Z scanner including a first lens group to output a beam having an intermediate focal plane, and a movable lens group to receive the beam through the intermediate focal plane and to collimate the beam in a variable manner, and an objective to receive the collimated beam from the Z scanner and to focus the beam into a focal spot in a target region.
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