Articles Tagged with ''Spectrum Instrumentation''

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Smithsonian Institute Creates Microwave Spectrometer for Research of Interstellar Materials

Digitizer card by Spectrum Instrumentation is a core part of the strongly improved spectrometer

Researchers at the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics have used a Spectrum Instrumentation digitizer card to create a next-generation molecular spectrometer with both high-resolution and high sensitivity that is capable of capturing sample data substantially faster.


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Scanning Atoms with the Tip of a Needle

Digitizer from Spectrum helps researchers to improve the atomic force microscope

At the University of Newcastle, Dr. Michael Ruppert and his team are improving the key elements of AFM systems to simplify the operation as well as to enhance the overall performance, using a model DN2.593-08 digitizerNETBOX from Spectrum Instrumentation.


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AWG-Card by Spectrum Used to Move Around Single Atoms

The Physics Department at the University of San Diego is building a model of atoms moving in an optical lattice, attempting to cool the atoms to near absolute zero and then move them into a triangular lattice formation using pulses of laser light. To achieve this, a Spectrum Instrumentation M4i.6622-x8 Arbitrary Waveform Generator was used.


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