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Pasternack Enterprises, Inc.
Pasternack Introduces New Line of Tunable Filters Irvine, CA - Pasternack Enterprises, Inc., an industry leading manufacturer and global supplier of RF and microwave products, releases their all new lines of tunable band pass filters and band reject filters. Pasternack Enterprises ’ new tunable band pass filters and band reject filters (also referred to as band-stop filters or band-rejection filters) are bench top units designed for lab use where they are an integral part of the test lab environment. Six bandpass configurations are... (read more)
X-Band Phase Shifter 8.0 - 8.4 GHz 18.0 GHz frequency range (up to 40.0 GHz for some applications). AKON is quali?ed to MIL-I-45208 Quality System Requirements by agencies of the U.S. Department of Defense and by leading foreign and domestic military OEMs. All speci?cations are valid over the full operating temperature unless otherwise indicated. . AKON ’s X-Band Band Phase Shifter, Model Number A50-8X003 can be offered as a total hermetic unit. The design approach used in this unit is field proven and uses... (read more)Browse RF Phase Shifters Datasheets for AKON, Inc.
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Caltech Nanofabrication Group
High-Q hexapole mode using a photonic band pseudogap Visible and Near-IR photoluminescence from vertically etched silicon quantum dots [1
Effect of swift heavy ions on silicon nanostructures
The band disappeared after passivation of the layers in reducing ambient and new photoluminescence band appeared near 770 nm. In the annealed layers
Thermally detected optical absorption and photoluminescence...
Thermally detected optical absorption and photoluminescence studies of InGaAsN/GaAs quantum wells
Porous silicon: photoluminescence decay in the nanosecond...
Title: Porous silicon: photoluminescence decay in the nanosecond range Authors: R M???gha????eth, H Ma??ref, I Mihalcescu, J.C Vial Abstract: Unlike
Defect diagnostics using scanning photoluminescence in...
Title: Defect diagnostics using scanning photoluminescence in multicrystalline silicon Authors: I Tarasov, S Ostapenko, V Feifer, S McHugo, S.V
Quantum Dots: An Emerging Class of Soluble Optical...
recombination of an electron in the conduction band and a missing electron (hole) in the valence band.
Photonic & Acoustic Band-Gap & Metamaterial...
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