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optical detector

The sensor in a typical colorimeter or photometer that senses the light transmitted by the sample.
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After undergoing the whole extrusion process history, particles of second-phase upon reaching the optical detector scatter light and consequently increase the turbidity.
Areas such as eastern Europe, including Russia, have focused most of their optoelectronic research on crystal growth, optical detectors and the production of lasers.
An in-line optical detector was fitted to a slit-die placed at the extruder exit.
The responsivity of two optical detectors was determined by the method of direct substitution in four different NIST measurement facilities.
This receiver shows the ability of HBT technology to provide low noise and wide bandwidth performance in a preamplifier combined with an easily and naturally integrable optical detector.
These pellets were extruded once more generating a constant response of the optical detector (Fig.
One device that can be found in many of these automotive systems is the optical detector.
Figure 4 shows a schematic diagram of an aperture system for a measurement system consisting of a wavelength selector and an optical detector (not shown in Fig.
White-light illumination with a halogen or mercury lamp is a better choice for direct observation because it can be detected with an optical detector or the human eye.
The rear of the contact is ground and polished to accept the optical signal from an edge emitting optical source or to activate an optical detector.
Among the challenges to be addressed prior to any implementation of an operational Deep-Space optical terminal is ahighly sensitive high-bandwidth optical detector.
Melo and Canevarolo [14, 35] developed an optical detector to measure in-line RTD during extrusion processing.

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