Why Pulse Rise & Fall Times Differ in Photodetector Measurement
Check out the new white paper by Electro-Optics Technology (EOT) called, “Why Pulse Rise & Fall Times are Different in Photodetector Measurement“. This paper reviews factors that contribute to output pulses of PIN photodetectors causing them to have a longer fall time than rise time. Factors include photocarrier transit effects, diffusion current, saturation, and circuit design.
To read this paper, click here.
EOT manufactures key optical components and also grows and fabricates optical laser crystals. Current products include Faraday rotators and isolators for use with solid-state and ultrafast lasers, VIS to mid-IR semiconductor lasers, and fiber laser applications. EOT also stocks a complete line of photodetectors used for time domain and frequency response measurement.
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