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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 […]

Dynamic suppression of unwanted frequency components with an HF2LI

on 26.06.2015 at 14:17 by Paolo Navaretti on Blog of Paolo Navaretti
There are many experimental situations in which the component of interest in a signal is not the strongest one, but some other related component, for instance the side bands in amplitude or frequency modulated signals. In such a case, the […]

Using Vertical Axis Groups to plot signals of different scales or units

on 13.10.2014 at 10:52 by Paolo Navaretti on Blog of Paolo Navaretti
LabOne offers a flexible display of multiple signal waves within the same plot. This blog describes the functionality of the vertical axis groups which allow a fine control on how signals are bound together within the plot. Vertical Axis groups […]

Exploring the HF2LI-MOD: Measuring Bessel Functions

on 20.10.2011 at 12:40 by Andrin on Blog of Andrin Doll
In this post, I demonstrate the capabilities of the HF2LI-MOD upgrade by demodulating 4 FM sidebands simultaneously. With the help of a basic sweep routine programmed in LabVIEW, I measure 5 Bessel functions by direct sideband demodulation of an FM signal. This post might give you an inspiration on how to improve your measurement sensitivity by introducing an advanced demodulation scheme of multiple sidebands.

Pseudoheterodyne Detection in Optics

on 15.09.2011 at 15:56 by Andrin on Blog of Andrin Doll
There is a new application note about pseudoheterodyne detection in nearfield optics. The application has also relevance for laser spectroscopy. Hereafter are a few personal comments about phase sensitive detection in optics, as I participated in the described experiments.

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