Radboud University and NIT are improving the performance of the MWIR camera

January 10, 2019

Radboud University has recently finished the characterization and performance verification of the new NIT camera for spectroscopy applications. “ We developed a lab-based spectroscopy system based on a supercontinuum light source from NKT, a multipass absorption cell, and the NIT MWIR camera similar to what will be used in the final setup of the FLAIR project. We are now working on the improvement of the camera performance in close collaboration with NIT.” – says Amir Khodabakhsh, post-doctoral research fellow from Radboud University.

 

 

 

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