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    Photodiodes - (226 companies)
    ...otherwise specify the length of the active area. The active area height is applicable to photodiodes that are not circular. Photodiode arrays are packaged as multiples. Photodiode arrays will contain a certain number of elements (Photodiodes). Some... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Photosensor Modules - (70 companies)
    Photosensor Modules Information. Photosensor modules are compact light detectors with built-in power supplies. They use photomultiplier tubes, avalanche photodiodes, PN photodiodes, or PIN photodiodes. Photomultiplier tubes (PMTs) are evacuated... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Phototransistors - (91 companies)
    Phototransistors are solid-state light detectors with internal gain that are used to provide analog or digital signals. They detect visible, ultraviolet and near-infrared light from a variety of sources and are more sensitive than photodiodes... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Fiber Optic Receivers - (124 companies)
    ...circuitry is required. How Fiber Optic Receivers Work. Fiber optic receivers use positive-negative junctions (PN), positive-intrinsic negative (PIN) photodiodes, or avalanche photodiodes (APD) as optical detectors. The incoming light signal is sent... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Zener Diodes - (141 companies)
    ...junction of a diode, there is a rapid avalanche breakdown. This causes the current to reverse direction. The change in current direction accelerates valence electrons within the applied electric field, enough to free them. These free valence electrons... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Focal Plane Arrays - (26 companies)
    ...and measurement applications. Specialized focal plane arrays include avalanche focal plane arrays, adaptive focal plane arrays, high-speed focal plane arrays, and industrial focal plane arrays. Avalanche diameters are small enough to allow products to use... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Diodes - (766 companies)
    ...and for the conversion of optical power to electrical power. Photodiodes can be PN, PIN, or avalanche. PN photodiodes feature a two electrode, radiation sensitive PN junction formed in a semiconductor material in which the reverse current varies... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Transistors - (656 companies)
    Transistors are electronic devices made of semiconductor material that amplify a signal or open or close a circuit. Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Radiation Detectors - (205 companies)
    ...avalanche" which occurs after sensing even a single particle. A Geiger-M uller tube with counter. Image Credit: Andy Darvill. Scintillation Detector. Scintillation detectors are also known as sodium iodide detectors. They consist of a salt crystal... Search by Specification | Learn More
  • Gunn and IMPATT Diodes - (14 companies)
    Gunn diodes or transfer electron devices (TED) exhibit a negative resistance region. They are used in high-frequency applications, often for building RF oscillators. Impact ionization avalanche transit-time (IMPATT) diodes are designed to operate... Search by Specification | Learn More
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Avalanche Photodiode (APD) is a specialized PIN photodiode to operate with high reverse bias voltages. Large reverse voltages generate high electric fields at the P-N junction. Some of the electron hole pairs passing through or generated in this field gain sufficient energy to create additional...

...output power. Receivers typically employ PIN (positive-intrinsic-negative) or avalanche photodiodes (APDs) as detectors. PINs have better short and long wavelength response, while APDs have higher sensitivity, having 10 times the gain. Cable optical qualities determine overall system performance...

...tubulin and members of the kinesin family. When mixed with ATP,. these proteins move around and change their shape, which is reflected in their. hydrodynamic size, and we want to find out what conformational changes could be. responsible for this. In combination with a BI-APD avalanche photodiode...

...of receiving these light waves are left to a special type. of detector called an avalanche photodiode (APD), which features a high degree of internal amplifi cation. Leading sensor companies offer a number of photoelectric sensing families that utilize the latest versions of. triangulation and time...

...for more than a decade to determine the molecular weight characteristics of industrial synthetic polymers and biopolymers.2 Recent innovations in modern high-speed electronic components such as high-performance diode lasers, high-speed digital signal processors, and avalanche photodiode detectors have...

...system and in a batch mode.3 A schematic of this high-sensitivity static and DLS platform is seen in Figure 1. Recent innovations in modern high-speed electronic components such as high-performance diode lasers, high-speed digital-signal processors and modern avalanche photodiode detectors have led...

...the decimal point. Example: BZW70-9V1. Letter B can be used immediately after the last number to indicate the “bi-directional suppressor diodes ”. Example: BZW10-15B. Conventional and Controlled Avalanche Rectifier Diodes and Thyristors : One Number, preceded by a hyphen. The number indicates...

...continuous reverse (stand-off) voltage V(R). Letter V is used to indicate the decimal point. Example: BZW70-9V1. Letter B can be used immediately after the last number to indicate the “bi-directional suppressor diodes ”. Example: BZW10-15B. Conventional and Controlled Avalanche Rectifier Diodes...

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