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  • AN04: Imaging with Pulsed X-Ray Sources
    In many x-ray imaging applications the x-ray source is always turned on. This is often referred to as a fluoroscopy or continuous mode, and also happens to correspond to the default imaging mode of the RadEye image sensor and the Shad-o-Box cameras. In the continuous mode, the imager and camera
  • Characterization Techniques for Miniature Low Power X-Ray Tubes
    An X-ray shielded test chamber has been designed and built that includes a CCD-pinhole. camera and energy-dispersive silicon PIN-diode detector for spectrum collection. The. use of this chamber is an innovative approach that allows rapid imaging of the electron. beam spot on the anode, as well
  • AN07: Scintillator Options for Shad-o-Box Cameras
    x-ray camera can be equipped with different scintillator options at the factory to match a specific energy range or resolution requirement.
  • Computer Power User Article - X-ray Vision: Gigapixel Photography
    of the construction products in use.) When it comes to camera resolution, advances typically are measured in megapixels. But if you want your camera to capture the slightest detail, no matter how far away it is, you ll want to soar past megapixels and start thinking about gigapixels. A handful of projects
  • An XRD/XRF Instrument For the Microanalysis of Rocks and Minerals
    time, to the best of our knowledge, mounting the sample outside the CCD camera. In this paper the. instrument's design parameters as well as the properties of both a front-side-illuminated (FSI) CCD and back-side-illuminated (BSI) CCD as x-ray detectors are investigated.
  • MICRO: Spotlight
    with contact-angle measurement to evaluate wafer surface conditions. Included is a high-resolution camera and magnifying lens with high-intensity LED lighting for precise image capture. (S.F., North Hall, Booth 5160) designs and manufactures x-ray-based tools for the semiconductor manufacturing industry
  • Infrared Inspections on Electric Panels without Removing Covers: Can the Inspection be Completed Correctly?
    the results. We have proof to show all thermographers, whether their decisions are to leave covers in place, remove covers safely, or install IR windows. What will your decision be? As we all know, IR cameras used in performing services in any application are not X-Ray devices that allow for "seeing

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