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Broadcom Spectrometers – Measurement and Analysis using Optical Technology

Compact modular spectrometer devices are increasingly being used for UV-VIS-NIR measurements. These products are suitable not only for testing purposes in laboratories but also may be optimized for a wide range of real-life industrial, biomedical and scientific research applications. In this webinar, you will learn about the technology and different package options available and how to integrate Broadcom spectrometers into your design.



Originally presented: October 24, 2019
Duration: 1 hour
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Overview

Compact modular spectrometer devices are increasingly being used for UV-VIS-NIR measurements. These products are suitable not only for testing purposes in laboratories but also may be optimized for a wide range of real-life industrial, biomedical and scientific research applications. In this webinar, you will learn about the technology and different package options available and how to integrate Broadcom spectrometers into your design.

Broadcom´s compact spectroscopy has excellent optical performance and the range of spectrometer products are optimized for industrial integration and mobile applications.

Broadcom spectrometers can be integrated into process pipes and handheld solutions. They have powerful onboard electronics and come with full system calibration. The devices have no moving parts thus ensuring high reliability in harsh operating conditions.

Key Takeaways

  • Learn about the technology and different package options available and how to integrate our device into your design
  • Find out what makes Broadcom spectrometers ideal for industrial integration and mobile applications
  • Get an overview of Broadcom´s spectrometer portfolio

Speaker

Carina Buechl, Product Manager - Spectrometer Products, Broadcom Inc.

Carina Buechl is Product Manager for Spectrometer products at Broadcom and is part of the Industrial Fiber Products Division in Europe. She has several years of experience in this field and joined Broadcom in 2018 as part of the RGB Photonics acquisition.