detectivity

detectivity

[‚dē‚tek′tiv·əd·ē]
(electronics)
The normalized radiation power required to give a signal from a photoconductor that is equal to the noise.
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6] times as compared to the present measurement and gives the detectivity estimate of better than [10.
2d-topsense will focus on photodetectors with a tunable bandwidth and detectivity, Light emitting devices whose emission wavelength can be adjusted, Light modulators based on 2d semiconductors such as transition metal dichalcogenides or black phosphorus and solar funnels capable of directing the photogenerated charge carriers towards a specific position.
Bio-PK detectivity of fluorescence measurement method: Early spring test.
In addition, surface resistance detectivity D* has been determined regarding use in sensor systems.
in collaboration with the Army Research Office (ARO), has successfully demonstrated pixel-scale detectors with room temperature Detectivity (D*) exceeding 1x10(14) Jones.
FTIR spectrometer is a useful tool for various science and engineering fields, because of its high sensitivity or detectivity of traces amount of substance, low noise to signal ratio and this method is an easy and inexpensive one.
An effective increase of the detectivity D* can be reached by a reduction of the thermal capacity for what the device has to be scaled down.
Still, quantum detectors have response curves with detectivity that varies strongly with wavelength.
The agreement gives CSP access to OI Analytical's sensitive GC detection technology, including ultra-sensitive sulphur and phosphorous detectors offering detectivity better than 1pg/sec S and 0.
The instrument offers ten times detectivity and greater selectivity.
The PIN photodiodes have detectivity of 5X1,012 cmHz1/2/W.