In this article, we look at how biological structures have inspired scientists to create and mimic the polarization sensors found in nature.
This means that there are thousands of different types of lasers which are divided into different types according to the lasing medium they use.
Waveguides are used in everything from the transmission of sound waves to optical communications. Every application that uses a waveguide requires a waveguide with a specifically designed structure, as this it what determines the waveguide’s function.
TOPTICA Photonics built a system made of several femtosecond fiber lasers that are asynchronously synchronized specifically for time-resolved spectroscopy and microscopy.
In this article, we look at the two types of photoluminescence, fluorescence and phosphoresence, and how their luminescent mechanisms differ.
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X-Ray Laser Allows Researchers to View the Motion of Water Molecules in Real Time
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Technique Allows Researchers to Peer Through Organic Materials
Optical Frequency Reference Based on Molecular Iodine Successfully Demonstrated in Space
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Princeton Instruments honored by Laser Focus World 2018 Innovators Awards Program
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Mark Campito and Vincent Forte
AZoOptics speaks to Marktech Optoelectronics' CEO, Mark Campito, and CTO, Vincent Forte about their new eBook, which details their latest evolution in the process of creating a custom emitter, detector, or assembly.
AZoSensors spoke to Corey Fellows, Director of Sales at Lumenera Corporation about the their new P-Iris system, it's applications and how it is an improvement on the functionality of the DC-Series.
Paul Maria Zalewski
Paul Maria Zalewski, Product Line Manager, from Allied Vision talks to AZoOptics about the new revolutionary vision technology for embedded systems.The new Allied Vision 1 Product Line is a full range of digital cameras designed for embedded vision applications but fulfilling the high standards of
Bentham’s TLS120Xe is a high-power tunable xenon light source that delivers monochromatic light readily for users.
The Ventus™ Optical Gas Imaging (OGI) camera core offers the very latest in detector, cooler and lens design for enhancing the detection and visualizing of hydrocarbon gas leaks. Its advanced components make it the lightest, smallest, and lowest powered OGI camera in the market today.
A damped Phenolic top feature in the table that incorporates finding holes need for leveling feet of the BM-4 and the BM-1. This is an economical device that prevents ambient vibration with a stand that can withstand weight loads of 1000 lbs and perform with frequencies of 1/2 Hz in both vertical and horizontal directions.
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