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subatomic or minute speck of matter

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  • 16-Bit, 500 MS/s, 4-Channel PCI FlexRIO Digitizer Device

    PCIe-5763/786165-01 - NI

    —The PCIe-5763 is a PCI FlexRIO Digitizer Device that simultaneously samples four channels at 500 MS/s with 16 bits of resolution and features 225 MHz of analog input bandwidth. With over 73 dB of SNR, the PCIe-5763 is ideal for applications that require a wide dynamic range with a wideband digitizer. The FlexRIO driver includes support for finite and continuous streaming modes, and you can implement custom algorithms and real-time signal processing on the LabVIEW-programmable Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA. Available in AC and DC coupled variants, the PCIe-5763 is ideal for both time and frequency domain applications, including radar prototyping, LIDAR, communications, microscopy, OCT, event detection, and particle physics.

  • PXI FlexRIO Digitizer

    PXIe-5763/785163-01 - NI

    The PXIe-5763 is a PXI FlexRIO Digitizer that simultaneously samples four channels at 500 MS/s with 16 bits of resolution and features 225 MHz of analog input bandwidth. With over 73 dB of SNR, the PXIe-5763 is ideal for applications that require a wide dynamic range with a wideband digitizer. The FlexRIO driver includes support for finite and continuous streaming modes, and you can implement custom algorithms and real-time signal processing on the LabVIEW-programmable Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA. Available in AC and DC coupled variants, the PXIe-5763 is ideal for both time and frequency domain applications, including radar prototyping, LIDAR, communications, microscopy, OCT, event detection, and particle physics.

  • PXI FlexRIO Digitizer

    PXIe-5763/785161-01 - NI

    The PXIe-5763 is a PXI FlexRIO Digitizer that simultaneously samples four channels at 500 MS/s with 16 bits of resolution and features 225 MHz of analog input bandwidth. With over 73 dB of SNR, the PXIe-5763 is ideal for applications that require a wide dynamic range with a wideband digitizer. The FlexRIO driver includes support for finite and continuous streaming modes, and you can implement custom algorithms and real-time signal processing on the LabVIEW-programmable Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA. Available in AC and DC coupled variants, the PXIe-5763 is ideal for both time and frequency domain applications, including radar prototyping, LIDAR, communications, microscopy, OCT, event detection, and particle physics.

  • PXI FlexRIO Digitizer

    PXIe-5774/785646-02 - NI

    The PXIe-5774 provides up to 3 GHz of DC-coupled analog bandwidth and 12 bits of resolution. You can operate the PXIe-5774 in a dual-channel mode at 3.2 GS/s or in a single-channel interleaved mode at 6.4 GS/s. The voltage ranges are software-selectable and include 200 mV peak-to-peak and 1 V peak-to-peak, with a selectable DC offset. The PXIe-5774 is ideal for time-domain measurements in areas such as scientific instrumentation, medical imaging, and particle physics. The FlexRIO driver includes support for finite acquisition, and you can implement custom algorithms and real-time signal processing on the LabVIEW-programmable Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA.

  • PXI FlexRIO Digitizer

    PXIe-5764/785168-01 - NI

    The PXIe-5764 is a PXI FlexRIO Digitizer that simultaneously samples four channels at 1 GS/s with 16 bits of resolution and features 400 MHz of analog input bandwidth. With up to 70 dB of SNR, the PXIe-5764 is ideal for applications that require a wide dynamic range with a wideband digitizer. The FlexRIO driver includes support for finite and continuous streaming modes, and you can implement custom algorithms and real-time signal processing on the LabVIEW-programmable Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA. Available in AC and DC coupled variants, the PXIe-5764 is ideal for both time and frequency domain applications, including radar prototyping, LIDAR, communications, microscopy, OCT, event detection, and particle physics.

  • PXI FlexRIO Digitizer

    PXIe-5764/785169-01 - NI

    The PXIe-5764 is a PXI FlexRIO Digitizer that simultaneously samples four channels at 1 GS/s with 16 bits of resolution and features 400 MHz of analog input bandwidth. With up to 70 dB of SNR, the PXIe-5764 is ideal for applications that require a wide dynamic range with a wideband digitizer. The FlexRIO driver includes support for finite and continuous streaming modes, and you can implement custom algorithms and real-time signal processing on the LabVIEW-programmable Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA. Available in AC and DC coupled variants, the PXIe-5764 is ideal for both time and frequency domain applications, including radar prototyping, LIDAR, communications, microscopy, OCT, event detection, and particle physics.

  • PXI FlexRIO Digitizer

    PXIe-5763/785165-01 - NI

    The PXIe-5763 is a PXI FlexRIO Digitizer that simultaneously samples four channels at 500 MS/s with 16 bits of resolution and features 225 MHz of analog input bandwidth. With over 73 dB of SNR, the PXIe-5763 is ideal for applications that require a wide dynamic range with a wideband digitizer. The FlexRIO driver includes support for finite and continuous streaming modes, and you can implement custom algorithms and real-time signal processing on the LabVIEW-programmable Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA. Available in AC and DC coupled variants, the PXIe-5763 is ideal for both time and frequency domain applications, including radar prototyping, LIDAR, communications, microscopy, OCT, event detection, and particle physics.

  • PXI FlexRIO Digitizer

    PXIe-5774/ 785647-02 - NI

    The PXIe-5774 provides up to 3 GHz of DC-coupled analog bandwidth and 12 bits of resolution. You can operate the PXIe-5774 in a dual-channel mode at 3.2 GS/s or in a single-channel interleaved mode at 6.4 GS/s. The voltage ranges are software-selectable and include 200 mV peak-to-peak and 1 V peak-to-peak, with a selectable DC offset. The PXIe-5774 is ideal for time-domain measurements in areas such as scientific instrumentation, medical imaging, and particle physics. The FlexRIO driver includes support for finite acquisition, and you can implement custom algorithms and real-time signal processing on the LabVIEW-programmable Xilinx Kintex UltraScale FPGA.

  • Field Emission Cryo-Electron Microscope

    JEM-Z200FSC (CRYO ARM 200) - JEOL Ltd.

    Cryo-electron microscopy has been established as a method to enable observation of cells and biological molecules with no fixation and no staining. Owing to the recent rapid progress of hardware and software, this microscopy technique has become increasingly important as an atomic-scale structural analysis method. In addition, technologies that enable analysis of membrane proteins without crystallization have been developed, resulting in increased use of cryo-electron microscopy for drug discovery. Thus, installation of cryo-electron microscopes (cryo-EM) in universities and research laboratories is greatly accelerating. To meet the needs of cryo-EM users, JEOL has developed a new cryo-EM "CRYO ARM™ 200", which automatically acquires image data for Single Particle Analysis over a long period of time.

  • Spatially Resolved Spectroscopy

    Hy-Ternity ® - Indatech

    Standard Visible and Near-Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy performs one single spectrum measurement per sample. Spatially Resolved Spectroscopy (SRS) performs measurements at different distances from the illumination point. This approach provides chemical information but also physical one such as particle size and shape, cell density, uniformity and even weight. As a result, the surface analyzed is also much more important which copes for the recommendation of pharmacopeia. In addition, Several research centers have demonstrated the superiority of Spatially Resolved Spectroscopy and multipoint imaging techniques over standard NIR one.

  • Envelope Density Analyzer

    GeoPyc 1365 - Micromeritis

    The GeoPyc employs a unique displacement measurement technique that uses Dry Flo, a quasi-fluid composed of small, rigid spheres having a high degree of flow-ability. The sample is placed in a bed of Dry Flo which is agitated and gently consolidated about the sample. The GeoPyc collects the displacement data, performs the calculations, and displays or prints the results. The GeoPyc automatically determines the volume and density of a solid object by displacement of Dry Flo, a solid medium. The medium is a narrow distribution of small, rigid spheres that have a high degree of flow ability and achieve close packing around the object under investigation. The particles are sufficiently small that during consolidation they conform closely to the surface of the object, yet do not invade pore space.

  • Portable Gas Analyzer

    DX 4040 - Pembroke Instruments

    The Gasmet DX4040 FTIR portable gas analyzer can detect up to 25 gases simultaneously providing validated results in seconds. Measurement with the DX4040 is easy; sample gas is drawn into the analyzer with a built-in pump through a handheld particle filter and Tygon tubing. The analyzer runs in continuous mode, measuring time-weighted averages of user definable length from 1 second to 5 minutes. The DX4040 includes a built-in camera and GPS and measurements are easily linked to the exact physical location along with pictures. The DX-4040 is flexible and can be tailored to your specific gas analysis requirements.

  • Ingress Protection Testing, aka IP Code Testing

    Keystone Compliance

    Ingress protection testing tests the level of protection an enclosure provides against intrusions. Intrusions can be defined as body parts, water, dust and other foreign objects. The IP Code, also known as the International Protection Marking, rates the degree of protection that the enclosure provides. The IP Code has two digits. The first digit is the protection from solid particles and the second digit is the protection from liquids.

  • Standard CW Amplifiers

    Tomco Technologies

    The BT-AlphaA-CW series is a range of classAB RF power amplifiers covering the 10kHz to1MHz frequency range.• Rugged, solid-state design - high reliability• Extremely high phase and amplitude stability• High linearity• In-Built Protection• Very fast blanking• Capable of pulsed operation• Competitively pricedSuitable for CW radar, communications, HF/VHF jamming, particle accelerator applications/plasma systems, plasma, RF heating and otherscientific applications.

  • Software

    ThreeParticle - Becker 3D GmbH

    Imagine 3D simulation would be easy to learn in a few days, entry barriers would be minimal, and applications almost limitless. This is already a reality with our revolutionary ThreeParticle ™ software . In a single simulation platform, the Discrete Element Method (DEM) can be used to simulate multi-physical systems with complex particle shapes, including multi-body dynamics (MBS), structural mechanics (FEM) and liquids (CFD) - without coupling to external packages. The simple and intuitive operation via a new user interface is the daily routine of simulation.