Newsletter | June 27, 2020

06.27.20 -- June's Most Popular Articles & News

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Antireflection Optical Coatings For High-Power Fiber Lasers

As continuous wave (CW) fiber lasers reach power levels that exceed 10 kW with diffraction-limited beam quality, the absorption in the optical components' coatings is one of the main limitations of the power-handling capabilities of the optical components.

Sensor Shutter Modes: Which Shutter Mode Is Right For My Application?

There are two different shutter modes for Alvium cameras: global shutter and rolling shutter. But what exactly is the shutter and how do these two modes differentiate from each other?

Thin-Film Optical Components For Use In Non-Linear Optical Systems

Bio-imaging and detection techniques that use non-linear optical (NLO) phenomena have led to great advancements, such as super-resolution images, label-free visualization of naturally occurring biomolecules, and greater freedom for working with in-vivo samples. 

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Get The Facts: UV And COVID-19

UVC light has been used extensively for more than 40 years against a whole suite of human pathogens. All bacteria and viruses over hundreds of years that have been tested, including other coronaviruses, respond to UV disinfection. 

The Evaluation Of Increase And Distribution Of Temperature During The Dental Drilling Using A Thermal Imaging Camera

This paper discusses the use of infrared technology to study the optimal method for post-space preparation of teeth including how long to drill, the type and size of dental drill used, and the type of cooling used.

Advances In CMOS Image Sensors And Associated Processing: Part 1

New Canon technology has exploited a large 35 mm, full frame CMOS image sensor with spatial sampling of 1920 (H) x 1080 (V) to acquire a distinctively large photosite of 19 um x 19 um, which enabled development of an HD camera with unprecedented sensitivity.

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