Cork T12 CDF7


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Cork T12 CDF7

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Produces state-of-the-art silicon photomultipliers, measurement instruments, and photon counting devices, developed to provide the highest uniformity and engineering standards, and best mix of price and performance in the industry.


Detectors & Imaging

ON Semiconductor acquires SensL; adds SiPM, SPAD, and lidar technology

The acquisition is expected to be immediately accretive to ON Semiconductor's non-GAAP earnings per share.
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FIGURE 1. An APD from Laser Components can be optimized for shorter wavelengths or for the near-IR. A photon-counting APD (inset) in a TO-46 can is unaffected by magnetic fields.
Detectors & Imaging

Photonics Products: Photodiodes: Silicon low-light photodiodes don't miss a photon

Avalanche photodiodes, silicon photomultipliers, and their variants serve low-light-detection needs, even counting single photons when needed.
B Series silicon photomultipliers from SensL
Detectors & Imaging

Photomultipliers from SensL provide extended responsivity to 300 nm

The B Series of silicon photomultipliers provide >40% photon detection efficiency at 420 nm and extended responsivity to 300 nm.
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Detectors & Imaging

sensL's scalable SPM array uses low-light detection

The small form factor makes the SPMArray suitable for weight and space constrained handheld radiation detection and identification systems for homeland security and for simpler...
FIGURE 1. A typical single-photon-counting microcell includes a photon-counting diode and internal resistor (left). An SPM is a large array of single microcells, each of which responds to individual photons, placing a fixed charge on the output node in response to each photon (center). A 50 μm “aggressive” SPM has 302 microcells 50 μm in size in a 1 × 1 mm array, or 1930 in a 3 × 3 mm array (right).
Detectors & Imaging

LOW-LIGHT-LEVEL DETECTORS: Silicon photomultipliers replace vacuum-tube technology

Composed of arrays of silicon Geiger-mode avalanche photodiodes, solid-state silicon photomultipliers are small and rugged; in many applications, they can replace photomultiplier...
FIGURE 1. In a silicon shallow-junction Geiger-mode photon-counting detector (seen here in schematic cross section), the n+ into p junction is formed in standard thin p-type silicon substrates. Top or bottom contact of the anode is possible to allow for configuration in a number of novel packages and fully integrated applications.
Detectors & Imaging

LOW-LIGHT IMAGING: Silicon photon-counting detectors enable next-generation imaging

Second-generation silicon photon-counting imaging technology has single-photon sensitivity, retains photon-arrival timing information without requiring sensor cooling, and can...

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