After the lens, the beam was split into two sub-beams using a beam splitter (50%.
What does BS stand for?
BS stands for Beam Splitter
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Narasimhan, consists of a camera, projector, and beam splitter, linked to a computer processor, Discovery News reported.
The chopper-based technique has several advantages over the use of wedge-shaped transparent materials (usually crystals) often used as beam splitters in this type of measurement system.
The optical elements are protected from humidity and stabilized by a sealed interferometer, continuously removing moisture by a reactive polymeric desiccator, and coating the beam splitter with moisture-resistant protective film.
To keep this information unknown, the output of each ensemble is directed to a 50/50 beam splitter that is observed by two, single-photon detectors.
1]) equipped with the user's choice of beam splitter and detector.
An Urban UE-MOS 3000 color video camera was attached to the beam splitter on the microscope.