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Conoptics at Laser World of Photonics China 2016

By | March 22nd, 2016|Industry News|

Conoptics was proud to join hundreds of exhibitors in Shanghai at the incredible New International Expo Centre for the Laser World Of Photonics China and the Photonics Congress China, Asia's leading photonics congress. Known as China's platform for the photonics community, the Laser World of Photonics China exhibition and trade fair brings together international [...]

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CLINICAL ENDOSCOPY/MULTIPHOTON IMAGING/FIBER OPTICS: Multiphoton endoscopy for clinical applications

By | October 30th, 2013|General FAQ's|

CLINICAL ENDOSCOPY/MULTIPHOTON IMAGING/FIBER OPTICS: Multiphoton endoscopy for clinical applications 09/25/2013 By: David M. Huland, David R. Rivera, Dimitre G. Ouzounov, and Chris Xu Multiphoton microscopy is a label-free technique valuable for its ability to image unprocessed biological tissues at high resolution and in real time. Multiphoton endoscopy (MPE) promises to make the approach viable for clinical [...]

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NEUROSCIENCE/BIOPHOTONICS: The BRAIN Initiative: Opportunities for optics and photonics

By | October 30th, 2013|General FAQ's|

NEUROSCIENCE/BIOPHOTONICS: The BRAIN Initiative: Opportunities for optics and photonics 09/25/2013 By: Susan M. Reiss The Brain Research through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) initiative is destined to survive in some form, even if the U.S. Congress does not pass the president's 2014 budget. And it's destined, too, to impact optics- and photonics-based systems designed for clinical and [...]

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MICROSCOPY/DEEP TISSUE IMAGING: Deeper focus in microscopic bioimaging

By | October 30th, 2013|General FAQ's|

MICROSCOPY/DEEP TISSUE IMAGING: Deeper focus in microscopic bioimaging 09/25/2013 By Mike May Advanced clearing agents, optimized objectives, and innovative light sources allow deeper imaging inside specimens including living organisms. After a little focusing up and down in a sample or cutting one thin section after another, every biologist wishes for one thing: deeper imaging. Ongoing advances [...]

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Advanced Microscopy Techniques Give Scientists Beautiful and Unprecedented Views Inside Living Cells [PHOTO/VIDEO FEATURE]

By | October 25th, 2013|General FAQ's|

This year’s Science/AAAS Conference theme was “The Beauty and Benefits of Science” and from press conferences to symposia, the beauty of science was on ample display, as scientists dazzled with amazing images and captivating computer-reconstructed…

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How Our Products Work

By | August 30th, 2013|General FAQ's|

Electro-Optic Modulation: Systems and Applications Demands for Wider-Band Beam Modulation Challenge System Designers by Robert F. Enscoe and Richard J. Kocka The laser, when coupled with a wideband modulation system, has many applications in data recording. As data recording has progressed, demands for wider recording bandwidths have marked the design of modulators. In this article, [...]

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What is the maximum operating bandwidth of the high-voltage amplifier?

By | April 6th, 2013|FAQs: High Voltage Amplifier Questions:|

The load capacitance and output voltage together determine the maximum operating bandwidth of our linear amplifiers. Bandwidth varies by amplifier and Conoptics offers products from DC out to 500MHz.  

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