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Practitioners of Raman spectroscopy have struggled with the elusive nature of Raman scattered “signal” photons from within the Rayleigh scattered source background. To extract this Raman signal from the background, highly wavelength-selective optical filters from Iridian are necessary to provide more signal with less background to the detectors to enable the visibility of molecularly unique Raman fingerprint characteristics.
An article reviews optical inspection and sensing systems, known as beam splitter microscope imaging systems, where the illumination is a laser source that is focused by the same objective used for imaging the surface. The paper summarizes the way diffractive beam splitters and beam shapers are used in such systems and how to specify and integrate them in such setups.
Holo/Or is often approached by customers with such a setup requiring support in integrating diffractive beam splitters or beam shapers into the imaging system. This short article reviews the best way to do this for most typical cases.
Nd:YAG laser technology has become increasingly popular in a wide range of industries due to its remarkable capabilities and advantages. An article from CRYSTECH delves into the various benefits of Nd:YAG laser technology and how it contributes to advancements in electronic components, particularly in the realm of electronic materials and components, as well as piezoelectric crystal materials. From its superior laser properties to its versatility, Nd:YAG lasers offer significant advantages that make them indispensable in numerous applications.
Electronic components play a vital role in various industries, from telecommunications to consumer electronics. One of the key challenges faced by engineers and manufacturers is the generation of high frequency signals. To overcome this hurdle, the use of neodymium-doped yttrium orthovanadate (Nd:YVO4 ) has gained significant attention. An article from CRYSTECH explores how Nd:YVO4 enables high-frequency signal generation in electronic components and its impact on the industry.
❂Cameras & Imaging
Exosens announces the expansion of its Photonis Ultimate Detection Scientific Imaging product portfolio with the introduction of the 25-mm image intensifier solution. This latest technology supports a wide variety of scientific applications, such as medical and high-speed imaging, machine vision, robotics, and research.
Based on Photonis market-leading, Hi-CE MCP technology and available with advanced Hi-QE photocathodes, Photonis image intensifiers are widely recognized for their high quality and top tier specifications.
For researchers who want to dedicate time to science rather than instrument setup, Cricket™² offers plug-and-play, low light-level imaging or single photon imaging functionality. Recognized for best value, Cricket™² sets an unmatched standard for connectivity with scientific microscopes and cameras.
Features of the Cricket² Advanced Image Intensifier Adapter:
A research team found that laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) is a promising technique for in situ measurement of hydrogen concentration in steel surfaces. The study compared LIBS to carrier gas hot extraction (CGHE).
Superlum announces that they have extended their 670-nm superluminescent diode (SLD) portfolio by adding one new part number to the list: S670.15.1. These SLDs have been developed specifically for applications where SLD spectrum width is more important than output power. Given a spectrum width of 15 nm, their coherence length (FWHM of coherence function) is estimated as less than 20 microns in the air. SLD modules S670.15.1 are currently available in stock, ready for rapid, one-week shipment.
Boron-Lined Proportional Counters (CPNB) from Photonis measure neutron radiation in a wide range of nuclear reactors and neutron source applications, where reliability and safety is paramount. These counters can operate at temperatures of up to 200°C.
Features of the Boron-Lined Proportional Counters include:
How can we keep our cybersecurity infrastructure secure for the long-term? How can we mitigate the risks associated with the migration to a quantum-safe environment? How can tomorrow’s telecom network engineers perfect themselves with quantum technologies?
If these questions matter to you, or if you simply wish to learn more about quantum-safe security, watch ID Quantique’s webinar!
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OEM Tech is a full service, customer-oriented developer/manufacturer of specialized power supplies for lasers, electro-optical devices, and other purposes. Founded in 2008, the company quickly established a reputation for its individualized approach, attention to detail, quality, and service. Today OEM Tech supplies clients with thousands of power electronics products annually — ranging from simple to advanced, medical to industrial, standard to customized.
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