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Photonics Spectra
Aug 2002
Martin, Froeschner & AssociatesRequest Info
Series F photodetector modules from Martin, Froeschner & Associates have increased amplification and a reduced size. The multistage AC-coupled transimpedance amplifiers provide overall conversion gains as high as 15,000 V/W, allowing detection of submicrowatt signals, and bandwidth ranging from 2.8 to more than 10 GHz. The company says the modules are designed to capture fast transient light signals with optimal fidelity in the time domain and are as easy to use as a piece of optical fiber with an electronic connector on one end. They are powered by internal batteries or by a rechargeable gel cell power supply.


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