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SWIR/NIR-II Imaging and Microscopy

Imaging in the SWIR wavelength range uses low scattering and absorption in tissue in particular using wavelenght from 1000nm-1350nm. This allows for imaging with higher resolution at large penetration depth for in-vivo as well as ex-vivo measurements. 

Publications

V. Zubkovs, A. Boghossian et al.
2018 
Spinning-disc confocal microscopy in the second near-infrared window (NIR-II)
Increasing resolution and speed of NIR-II Imaging for bio/life science applications.
M. Yudasaka, Hiromichi Kataura et al.
2018 
M. Yudasaka, Hiromichi Kataura et al.
2017 
Near-Infrared Photoluminescent Carbon Nanotubes for Imaging of Brown Fat
Targeting specific brown fat tissue with functionalized Carbon Nanotubes
NIRvana SWIR InGaAs Cameras

NIRvana SWIR InGaAs Cameras

Scientific grade, cooled InGaAs focal plane array cameras for demanding SWIR imaging and spectroscopy



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PyLoN-IR Linear InGaAs Cameras

PyLoN-IR Linear InGaAs Cameras

This InGaAs detector offers 16-bit digitization and leads the industry with the fastest spectral rate and lowest system read noise.



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Princeton Instruments