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  New Becker & Hickl TCSPC module has <1.1 ps timing jitter
ㆍ작성자: 전재필 ㆍ작성일: 2019-05-10 (금) 11:33 ㆍ조회: 26



Product Announcements from
Becker & Hickl GmbH

 

New SPC-150NXX TCSPC module has <1.1 ps timing jitter

 

Becker & Hickl's new SPC-150NXX TCSPC module targets high-resolution applications with ultra-fast detectors. The internal timing jitter is <1.1 ps RMS, the electrical IRF width is typically 2.8 ps FWHM. Minimum time-channel width is 203 fs. With a single-nanowire superconducting NbN detector the module has achieved an overall system IRF of 4.4 ps FWHM. In addition to the short IRF the SPC-150NXX has an extraordinarily high IRF stability. For a series of IRFs recorded over 100 seconds, the variance in the IRF centroid is < 0.4 ps. 

 




 

Figure top: Electrical IRF. Full width at half-maximum is 2.8 ps. Figures bottom left and right: IRF stability. Series of 100 IRFs recorded over 100 seconds. Display in curve mode (left) and color-intensity mode (right). Horizontal: TCSPC time axis, bar indicates time scale. Vertical: Time into recording sequence.

 

For details please see https://www.becker-hickl.com/news/

 

 

Reminder and Notice to Register

 


 

Join us at the 2019 New England FLIM Workshop on Thursday, June 13 2019 at Boston University in Boston, MA. The event is organized by Boston Electronics Corporation of Brookline, MA and Becker & Hickl GmbH in Berlin, Germany,and Prof. David Boas, Boston University. This one-day workshop covers many facets of Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting applications of local users to exchange and connect with the community.

This one-day workshop covers many facets of Time-Correlated Single Photon Counting applications on the following topics:

• Time-Resolved Optical Techniques in Life Sciences
• Clinical FLIM Applications
• NADH Dynamics
• FRET, Protein Interaction
• FCS
• Fluorescence Anisotropy
• Transient Fluorescence Lifetime Effects
• Measurement of Molecular-Environment Parameters
• Oxygen Concentration in Cells and Tissue
• PLIM (Phosphorescence Lifetime Imaging)

For detailed program and to register please visit:
 

https://2019newenglandflim.eventbrite.com


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