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Webinar Q&A – Nanoscale light-matter interactions

on 12.08.2020 at 08:10 by claudius on Blog of Claudius Riek
This blog post answers questions asked from the audience during our webinar “Nanoscale light-matter interaction” hosted by Physics Today and with our guest speaker Markus Raschke and his student Samuel Johnson. The webinar was recorded and is available on Demand […]

Webinar Q&A – Optimize signal acquisition for optical measurements

on 08.07.2020 at 12:23 by claudius on Blog of Claudius Riek
This blog post answers the many appreciated questions from the audience during the two recent webinar events “Optimize signal acquisition for optical Measurements” and “Optimize signal acquisition for Optics and Photonics measurements”. Both events were recorded and are available here […]

Webinar Summary – Optimize signal acquisition for optics and photonics measurements

on 16.06.2020 at 09:07 by claudius on Blog of Claudius Riek
This blog post accompanies the two webinars “Optimize the Signal Acquisition for Optical Measurements” and “Optimize the Signal Acquisition for Optics and Photonics measurements”. Thank you to everybody who joined the live event and participated actively by asking so many […]

Pseudo-random number generator in the run time of AWGs

on 08.11.2019 at 14:34 by claudius on Blog of Claudius Riek
This post discusses ways to generate noise signals within a well-defined frequency range, amplitude, defined distribution (white, Gaussian, etc.), and minimal correlation using Arbitrary Waveform Generators (AWG). Sample-by-sample programming of the waveform leads to very well-defined properties, but the signal […]

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