beam quality


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beam quality

the energy of an x-ray beam.
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The red data points were acquired using the same source (and therefore the same NIST M50 reference beam) that was used to calibrate the Radcal 10X5-1800 IC to the NIST M50 standard beam quality, a good proxy for the source represented with blue data points labeled Vendor B (Rapiscan Secure 1000 Single Pose scanner) [13].
According to ISO Standard 11146, the beam quality factor [M.
TruDisk 4002 (as shown in Fig 2), is a laser with 4 kW of power and a beam quality of 8 mm * mrad.
Nevertheless, when similar patient thickness and X-ray beam quality are used, the dose indicators may be related to the ESD.
Teamed with VectorMark's high beam quality, Trumark allows the VMc 3 to achieve a mark resolution of 635 dpi, Trumpf says.
GREYHOUND racing basks in glory when the `all singing and dancing' Sky Sports production team arrive to beam quality racing to our front rooms on various Tuesday evenings.
Newer diode-pumped lasers with enhanced beam power and beam quality may help to deliver better surface quality and smaller feature geometries.
It is widely used for "fingerprinting" the beam quality of unfocused C[O.
These are pulsed lasers, and getting the repetition rate up to SDI standards as well as getting the beam quality up to requirements is a difficult technical undertaking.
Lumany's LM-607-020 delivers 20 milliwatts of optical power with excellent beam quality and reliability, and can be utilized as a standalone laser source or integrated seamlessly into life science instruments.
The contract award statement said: The US government believes that improvements in lethality may be achieved through maturation and optimization of a variety of system characteristics, including laser power, beam quality, beam director architecture, and other physical and optical aspects of the laser system design.