Knowledge for use

We’re covering technical articles about Fiber Optic Components from different aspects. We aim to provide engineers and designer with useful contents about these components.

You could find following type information in this section.

  • Application Ideas 
  • Case Study & Notes
  • Commercial & Academic Research 
X-RAY Detector Coupling Method For Fiber Optic Taper
Application Note

The traditional fiber optic taper coupling method for X-ray detector had several “excess” coupling interface layers,which caused the luminous flux losing,lowered the spatial resolution of the X-ray detector.

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Transmission Study of Fiber Optic Taper
Application Note

Study on factors that will influence the transmission of fiber optic taper. Based on calculation and manufacturing in real life.Could be helpful for OLED/CCD to taper coupling design.

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Taper to CCD Coupling Optimization
Application Note

This article is a continue of “ Transmission Study of Fiber Optic Taper”. In this article, we focus on optimization the coupling efficiency between CCD to Taper. And offer some suggestion for doing that.

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Comparison of Lens and Fiber-Coupled CCD in Xray System
Application Note

X-ray imaging detectors with an identical phosphor and a CCD chip but employing lens- and fiber-coupling between them have been compared. These are designed for X-ray imaging experiments, especially computed tomography. It was found that the transmittance of light to the CCD is about four times higher in the fiber-coupled detector.

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Coupling consideration for Fiber Optic Components
Application Note

Fiber Optic Plate and Fiber Optic Taper are applied in many area. Such as Digital Radiography CCD bonding, windows for intensifier, medical and dental imaging…

In the article, we introduce some important considerations on Fiber Optic Components in the digital radiography system.

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Fiber-coupled monocentric lens imaging
Application Note

Conventional “fisheye” imagers map wide fields of view onto flat image sensors, but suppressing field curvature imposes harsh design tradeoffs, especially as the focal length grows.

Monocentric lenses are the polar opposite. The symmetry in a lens made of concentric hemispherical surfaces cancels most of the geometrical aberrations, and enables high-resolution image formation on a hemispherical image surface.

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