Head of the Center: Vyacheslav Dlugunovich, Dr. Phys.-Math. Sc.
development of metrological support, improvement of the reference-measuring, scientific-methodical and regulatory-technical base and ensuring the uniformity of measurements of the parameters of laser and optoelectronic equipment developed, created and used in the Republic of Belarus.
pursuant to the instructions of the President of the Republic of Belarus of July 8, 1999 (protocol No. 9) and the instructions of the Council of Ministers of the Republic of Belarus of November 3, 1999 No. 05 / 540-220 on the organization of metrological assurance of laser technology in the Republic of Belarus by order of the Institute of Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus dated May 2, 2000 No. 37 is organized by the scientific-testing laboratory of laser technology. As a result of the restructuring of the Institute of Physics of the National Academy of Sciences of Belarus in August 2004, a scientific testing laboratory of laser technology and polarimetry (NLLTP) was formed.
Valery Nikolaevich Snopko, Doctor of Physical and Mathematical Sciences, Professor (1938–2010), was the first head of the laboratory.
The most significant results:
The National System for Metrological Assurance of Laser and Optoelectronic Techniques in the Republic of Belarus was created.
Latest most important results and developments:
1. The standard of units of average power, attenuation and wavelength of optical radiation for fiber-optical communication and information transfer systems (VOTS) has been developed and created. The metrological characteristics of the standard are investigated and its metrological certification is carried out. According to its metrological characteristics, the standard meets the standards of PTB (Germany) and VNIIOFI (Russia). A set of documents was developed for the approval of the standard in accordance with the requirements of TCP 8.002-2012 as the National Standard of the Republic of Belarus. The standard was adopted by the Gosstandart Commission.
The standard unit of average power, attenuation and wavelength of optical radiation for fiber-optic communication systems and information transfer
2. A complex was developed and created for measuring the spectroradiometric characteristics of the radiation of laser diodes and LEDs in the spectral range from 250 to 900 nm.
Complex for measuring the spectroradiometric characteristics of the radiation of laser diodes and LEDs
3. During 2010–2014 The laboratory has prepared and approved Gosstandart to approve and implement 14 state standards of the Republic of Belarus in the field of fiber-optic communication and information transmission systems, the safety of laser products and the measurement of the optical characteristics of cellulose, paper and cardboard harmonized with international standards.
Information on cooperation with organizations of Belarus:
In its activities, NLLTP works closely with the Belarusian State Institute of Metrology Republican Unitary Enterprise — BelGIM, together with which work is being carried out to develop and improve the metrological support of laser and optoelectronic technology