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350160 AmericanMicroSemi AMS Other aspheric lenses

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  • | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    computing to its value-priced Celeron processor family. LightPath unveils long wavelength infrared lenses LightPath Technologies Inc. announced Friday (April 1) it now has the ability to mold long wavelength infrared aspheric optics. EC, Japanese officials collaborating on Intel antitrust case
  • Optical Shop Testing
    . In addition to new chapters and modified material, this revised edition also includes information on: Testing of aspheric wavefronts, compensators, and null configurations. Zernike polynomial and wavefront fitting. Optical metrology of diffuse objects. Angle, prism, curvature, and focal length measurements
  • Medical Device Link .
    are expensive, thus, this helps to keep part cost lower. Surface structures of submicron accuracy. Single point diamond turning (SPDT) can be used to cut aspheric form accuracies on metals of less than 100 nm and achieve surface roughness of less than 1 nm Ra. This process has evolved into micromilling
  • Medical Device Link .
    , scanning, and detecting applications. Building on a foundation of plastics molding and fabrication experience, the firm offers injection-molded spherical and aspheric lenses, mirrors, Fresnel or diffractive optics, and microlens arrays. The company employs Nissei injection molding machines and robots
  • Introduction to reflective aberration corrected holographic diffraction gratings
    plane image is 2 millimeters, 75% of the output signal is not measured. This effect leads to loss of. system throughput and detectability. Astigmatism is corrected in plane grating instruments using aspheric optics. Toroidal mirrors are often used to reduce astigmatism for inputs on the optical axis
  • An Advanced Steering Wheel Sensor
    . The lead frame design and a monolithic ASIC create an "encoder on a chip " module. The optical encoder (see sidebar) consists of an emitter and a detector. At the emitter, IR light is generated by a GaAlAs LED (see Photo 2) and collimated by an aspheric polycarbonate lens. At the detector

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