A collection of technical papers, white papers, and application notes
Read about the many solutions, experiments, and applications our products have been used in.
You can find white papers and journal reprints written by customers and/or our suppliers.
By Albert David, Zaber Technologies Applications Engineering Team
The Sauer Laboratory at the University of Würzburg implements Re-scan Confocal Microscopy with a new turnkey system from Confocal.nl.
Unprecedented demand for more bandwidth, faster network speeds, lower latency, and improved data reliability and security all contribute to the increasing need for better network visibility
Modifications with SLMs to existing two-photon microscopes can provide noninvasive probes deep within the cortex.
Learn about Full stepping, half stepping, and wave stepping
Any object in space has 6 degrees of freedom: linear motion along X, Y, and Z axes, and rotation about each of those axes.
Covers Zaber positioning devices models T-NAXX, T-LAXX, T-LSXX, T-MMXX, and T-NMXX
One of the core elements of a motion control device is the way that you interact with it. This is most apparent when sending commands to a controller and reading the responses that it returns.
Here, we demonstrate multi-modal approach of simultaneous characterization of poly(vinyl cinnamate) (PVCN) using a microcantilever sensor.
The development of flash photolysis in the late 1940s by Norrish and Porter revolutionized the application of fast transient spectroscopic measurements.
Raman based spectroscopy techniques are highly sensitive to the biochemical nature of materials and have the high spatial resolution associated with optical microscopy.
As new LED sources are developed and gain acceptance, there are corresponding changes taking place in optical filters.
“Why are there so many varieties of mirrors?” - “How do I know which mirror to use for my specific purpose?”
In this paper we discuss various important characteristics of hard-coated thin-film interference filters, such as high light throughput, steep edges, and high out-of-band blocking.