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The subject of the public contract is the supply of uv-vis-nir spectrophotometer, a device for measuring optical transmittance and reflectivity of the sample a wide spectral range from uv-nir after.
Innovation #4: Low Cost Wide Spectral Range RF Front-End (Multi-octave Contiguous) (Tx,Rx)
The objectives in the on-board measuring equipment of a UAV must function free of chromatic aberration across a wide spectral range - from the ultraviolet region through the visible band and right up to the near and medium infrared range.
The device is used for state-of-the-art materials research, to investigate, in particular (structural) defects in materials and their optical and electronic properties over a wide spectral range from UV to near infrared.
The proposed concept offers the unique possibility of achieving high sensitivity across a wide spectral range with a single detection system.
The ability to tune across a wide spectral range means that more of a molecule's "fingerprint" can be identified, allowing for greater accuracy and the ability to detect multiple species of molecules simultaneously.
Contract award: tender for the supply and installation of a laser spectrometer detection over a wide spectral range (uv, vis, ir) - third parties, no matter 907/pn/33/13.
Lighting equipment designers can use the wide spectral range of LIFI sources to achieve excellent illumination quality and densely saturated filtered effects.