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Thesis (Ph. D.)--The Queens" University of Belfast, 1971.

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  A Raman measuring system using a streak camera has been constructed. This system consists of a picosecond pulsed laser, an astigmatism-corrected spectrograph, and a streak camera. It enables two-dimensional multichannel detection (time and frequency) of Raman scattering with time resolution as high as 10 ps (without deconvolution).Cited by: An ultrafast streak camera is the optical counterpart of the oscilloscope with a time bandwidth that can reach 2 THz.  Its main component is a vacuum electron tube which integrates: A photocathode to transform the incident photons into electrons. Availability of picosecond and sub-picosecond light pulses from lasers has opened entirely new fields of study of picosecond phenomena. In spite of new, ultra-fast, channelplate oscilloscopes and fast detectors, the only recording system capable of yielding the picosecond temporal history of one spatial dimension remains the ultra-fast streak Author: A. Lieber. Lightweight Picosecond Streak Camera. Designed for: High-performance entry-level streak camera that sweeps points with a time resolution of 5 ps. Its lightweight head can easily be coupled to a spectrometer or a microscope. Axis Photonique Inc. Boul. Lionel-Boulet Varennes, Québec.

@article{osti_, title = {Absolute calibration of optical streak cameras on picosecond time scales using supercontinuum generation}, author = {Patankar, S. and Gumbrell, E. T. and Robinson, T. S. and Floyd, E. and Stuart, N. H. and Moore, A. S. and Skidmore, J. W. and Smith, R. A.}, abstractNote = {Here we report a new method using high stability, laser-driven supercontinuum generation. M.M. Murnane, H.C. Kapteyn, R.W. Falcone, “Picosecond streak camera measurements of short x-ray pulses,” to be published in the proceeding of the SPIE Conference, August The Hamamatsu Picosecond fluorescence lifetime measurement system has been developed in response to the requirements from researchers studying such materials. The streak camera, an optical time recorder with picosecond time response, makes it possible to study ultra-fast time-resolved spectrophotometry. The streak camera. Semiconductors Probed by Ultrafast Laser Spectroscopy, Volume II discusses the use of ultrafast laser spectroscopy in studying fast physics in semiconductors. It reviews progress on the experimental and theoretical understanding of ultrafast events that occur on a picosecond and nanosecond time scale.

Its experimentally measured time resolution in streak mode has approached one picosecond, and 3 ps in synchroscan mode at 82 MHz operation frequency. In single frame mode at ns exposure time, the spatial resolution over 6 mm input area is within 15 lp/mm. Electron optical magnification of the tube is . X-Chron X-Ray Streak Camera General purpose camera for the nm spectral range capable of 4 ps temporal resolution in streak mode and up to million frames per second in framing mode. Best for bright sources. Streak-only camera for nm with 10 ps temporal resolution. OptoScope streak cameras provide temporal resolution down to the Picosecond regime. Additionally, OptoScope systems have high sensitivity allowing single photon detection. Streak cameras are the only instruments that can capture the behavior over time of multiple optical signals. A picosecond is to one second as one second is to approximat years. Multiple technical approaches achieve imaging within single-digit picoseconds: for example, the streak camera or intensified CCD (ICCD) cameras are able to picture the motion of light. The name is formed by the SI prefix pico and the SI unit second.