quantum detector

quantum detector

[′kwän·təm di‚tek·tər]
(physics)
A detector of electromagnetic radiation which converts a quantum of the radiation into a proportionate signal by some process which is insensitive to quanta of less than a certain energy; examples include photographic emulsions, photoelectric cells, and Geiger counters.
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Four quantum packets are captured in parallel, one on each quantum detector and each detector has its own delay value.
The development of the Quantum Detector technology platform made it possible to produce the industry's thinnest detector elements at 0.
The quantum detector is capable of counting single photons - the basic quantum units of light.
I then removed the quantum detector entirely, and just left the two 3-foot, collocated coax cables disconnected.
The Micromechanical Quantum Detector (MQD) is a miniature, highly sensitive photon-detection device based on a revolutionary concept in microelectromechanical systems (MEMS).
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The discovery of the Zener Diode quantum detector effect has rendered the detection of 3-space flow turbulence, gravitational waves ***, to be trivial and robust.
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Dynamical 3-Space: Observing Gravitational Wave Fluctuations and the Shnoll Effect using a Zener Diode Quantum Detector.
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So this zener diode circuit forms a very simple and cheap nanotechnology quantum detector for gravitational waves.