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Articles Authored by Princeton Instruments

CMOS Cameras: Back-illuminated sCMOS technology boosts low-light imaging and spectroscopy applications
Back-illuminated sCMOS cameras provide the sensitivity and frame rates needed for applications with relatively short integration times, such as hyperspectral imaging, astronomy, cold-atom imaging, quantum imaging, and fluorescence or high-speed spectroscopy.

Spectroscopic calibration uses LEDs and nonlinear optimization
This article, authored by Michael Case of Princeton Instruments for Laser Focus World, describes how accurate, repeatable wavelength and intensity information is possible for a spectrometer using an LED source and nonlinear optimization by taking into account variations in system optics, diffraction gratings, and detector sensitivities.

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