Sydor Technologies

Fairport, NY 14450

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78 Schuyler Baldwin Dr
Fairport, NY 14450
United States
https://sydortechnologies.com
585-278-1168
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Provides complex measurement solutions that generate critical results for advanced applications in the defense, energy, ballistics, security, space, and research industries. Products include visible and x-ray imaging detectors, high voltage pulse generators, pockels cells, pulse slicers, streak cameras, high impact testing equipment and customized application - specific solutions for extremely demanding research and testing environments.

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Sydor partnership with laser lab for fast photodiode development will help expand research opportunities
Sydor partnership with laser lab for fast photodiode development will help expand research opportunities
Sydor partnership with laser lab for fast photodiode development will help expand research opportunities
Sydor partnership with laser lab for fast photodiode development will help expand research opportunities
Sydor partnership with laser lab for fast photodiode development will help expand research opportunities
Detectors

DOE awards Sydor Technologies $1.15M Phase 2 SBIR grant to continue work with the Lab for Laser Energetics (LLE) on Fast Photodiode development

ROCHESTER, N.Y., [Oct 26, 2022] ‒ Sydor Technologies, a global leader in advanced x-ray detectors, was awarded an new $1.15M Phase II SBIR grant from U.S. Department of Energy...
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Detectors

Sydor Technologies signs $200K Phase 1 SBIR contract with US Department of Energy (DOE) for new ultra-fast, radiation hardened x-ray imager development

ROCHESTER, N.Y., [Sep 13, 2022] ‒ Sydor Technologies, a global leader in advanced x-ray detectors, was awarded a Phase I Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant for the...
Vacuum Flange Mounted Sydor Wraith S Cmos X Ray Detector
Vacuum Flange Mounted Sydor Wraith S Cmos X Ray Detector
Vacuum Flange Mounted Sydor Wraith S Cmos X Ray Detector
Vacuum Flange Mounted Sydor Wraith S Cmos X Ray Detector
Vacuum Flange Mounted Sydor Wraith S Cmos X Ray Detector
Detectors

NASA awards Sydor Technologies $150K Phase 1 SBIR grant for Class-D space mission x-ray detection technology for astrophysics

ROCHESTER, N.Y., [Aug 17, 2022] ‒ Sydor Technologies is a global leader in advanced x-ray detectors and diagnostic instrumentation design and manufacturing. This summer, Sydor...

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Sydor Instruments was awarded a nearly $1 million dollar SBIR from LBNL for its Spectro CCD for soft X-ray spectroscopy.
Sydor Instruments was awarded a nearly $1 million dollar SBIR from LBNL for its Spectro CCD for soft X-ray spectroscopy.
Sydor Instruments was awarded a nearly $1 million dollar SBIR from LBNL for its Spectro CCD for soft X-ray spectroscopy.
Sydor Instruments was awarded a nearly $1 million dollar SBIR from LBNL for its Spectro CCD for soft X-ray spectroscopy.
Sydor Instruments was awarded a nearly $1 million dollar SBIR from LBNL for its Spectro CCD for soft X-ray spectroscopy.
Detectors & Imaging

Sydor Instruments awarded nearly $1M SBIR grant from LBNL for Spectro CCD

Sydor Instruments was awarded a $991,741 SBIR Phase IIA grant from the DOE to commercialize the Sydor Spectro CCD.
Detectors & Imaging

Sydor Instruments granted SBIR award for hybridized X-ray imaging detector

Sydor Instruments was awarded a $150,000 SBIR/STTR Phase I grant from the US DoE to advance the development of a fast-framing hybridized x-ray imaging detector.
FIGURE 1. A metamaterial with nanoscale feature sizes has a magnetic resonance for 3-µm light-an important step ­toward the fabrication of a negative-refractive-index material at that wavelength.
FIGURE 1. A metamaterial with nanoscale feature sizes has a magnetic resonance for 3-µm light-an important step ­toward the fabrication of a negative-refractive-index material at that wavelength.
FIGURE 1. A metamaterial with nanoscale feature sizes has a magnetic resonance for 3-µm light-an important step ­toward the fabrication of a negative-refractive-index material at that wavelength.
FIGURE 1. A metamaterial with nanoscale feature sizes has a magnetic resonance for 3-µm light-an important step ­toward the fabrication of a negative-refractive-index material at that wavelength.
FIGURE 1. A metamaterial with nanoscale feature sizes has a magnetic resonance for 3-µm light-an important step ­toward the fabrication of a negative-refractive-index material at that wavelength.
Optics

Fresh perspectives propel advances

Somewhere between pure science and pure hard-won ­experience lies technological success. This year's rich variety of achievements in photonics and optoelectronics extends to both...

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Detectors

Sydor Technologies wins 2nd $1.15M Phase II SBIR grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE), totaling $2.3M in 2022 thus far

ROCHESTER, N.Y., [June 8, 2022] ‒ Sydor Technologies, a global leader in advanced x-ray detectors and diagnostic instrumentation design and manufacturing, was awarded a second...
Image of Sydor Mixed-Mode Pixel Array Detector (MM-PAD) in use at the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS)
Image of Sydor Mixed-Mode Pixel Array Detector (MM-PAD) in use at the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS)
Image of Sydor Mixed-Mode Pixel Array Detector (MM-PAD) in use at the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS)
Image of Sydor Mixed-Mode Pixel Array Detector (MM-PAD) in use at the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS)
Image of Sydor Mixed-Mode Pixel Array Detector (MM-PAD) in use at the Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source (CHESS)
Detectors

Sydor Technologies wins MM-PAD Phase II $1.15M Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant from the US Department of Energy (DOE)

ROCHESTER, N.Y., [May 24, 2022] ‒ Sydor Technologies, a global leader in advanced x-ray detectors and diagnostic instrumentation for critical science missions and fundamental ...