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beam splitter

n
(General Physics) a system that divides a beam of light, electrons, etc, into two or more paths
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As shown in Figure 4, a dichroic beamsplitter separates visible from IR emission, and directs each spectral band to two different cameras.
In order to check the departure from the Poisson distribution, we estimated another parameter which is the number of simultaneous counts in two detectors placed at the output of a beamsplitter.
The object beam is then recombined with the reference beam, which has previously undergone reflection at a beamsplitter, prior to being recombined at a third beamsplitter.
Excitation and emission light was deflected by a dichroic mirror (409/LP nm beamsplitter, AHF) into the objective (Fluar x40/1.
The first OCT technology was time domain (TD) OCT, in which light from a light source passes through a semitransparent mirror called the beamsplitter.
Then a third acts as a beamsplitter, causing the two cesium waves to overlap and interfere with each other like two sets of ripples in a pond.
When translated to a fully integrated camera without a beamsplitter, this light loss will not be an issue and much faster exposure times will be possible," noted Llull.
The LHC channel receives most of the light from backscatter of the laser by a liquid water cloud, but the beamsplitter cube passes some residual light into the RHC channel.
The major components of the RAM include a standard laser diode, polarizer, and beamsplitter, with signal processing on a circuit board (Fig.
com), global experts in optical manufacturing, customized optical solutions, and precision thin film coatings, introduces a new polarizing beamsplitter cube that splits up the S & P polarization of light with an extinction ratio of Tp/Ts 200:1 and higher.
The achievable spectral range of a FTIR spectrometer is defined by its source, beamsplitter and detector combination.