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Light sources - Technical Information

This is a commercial site with some detailed information included with product announcements. The discussion of light collection is an exceptional introduction to matching optical elements with maximum throughput. There… Read more »

Electro-Optics Handbook

The Electro-Optics handbook is a 14 chapter reference text which addresses sources of radiation, including lasers, detection and detectors, photometric quantities, and geometric optics. Specific details can be found with… Read more »

Photodetectors and Fiber Optics

Power point slides to support a lecture on the principles and usage of photodiodes and optical fibers for sensors and instrumentation. There is no supporting text for the slides.The website… Read more »

Photodiode Technical Guide

This website by Hamamatsu provides a fairly extensive presentation on the fundamentals and operational characteristics of a photodiode. One can learn about what governs the spectral response region, the gain… Read more »

Introduction to Dynodes

This site is presented as a guided exploration into the operation of a photomultiplier from the first light incidence to the output signal. Questions guide the exploration and allow (sometimes… Read more »

PMT HandBook

This commercial site is an extensive description of the fundamentals and applications of photomultipliers including their characteristics, structures, operating parameters, and applications areas. The contents are provided in 14 chapters… Read more »

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