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  1. How a desktop SEM saves lab operators a lot of time

    How a desktop SEM saves lab operators a lot of time
    Is it true that as a lab operator, you work under constant time pressure? Do you find it challenging to deliver output quickly? Does it take hard work to maintain your high standard of quality? Here we explain how a tabletop scanning electron microscope (SEM) can be used to increase your research productivity and therefore to save a lot of...
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  2. NEW Scanning Electron Microscopes - Table Top & Floor Mounted

    NEW Scanning Electron Microscopes - Table Top & Floor Mounted
    Lambda Photometrics Ltd, a leading equipment supplier in the UK and Ireland serving science and engineering, today announced it has completed a distribution partnership agreement with EmCrafts Co. Ltd. South Korea’s leading Scanning Electron Microscope manufacturer, from the land that brings leading technologies to the world. Scanning Electron Microscopy, SEM, is an essential instrument for applications including material science, biotechnology & nanotechnology. Commenting on...
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  3. WEBINAR: Polarisation Extinction Ratio Measurement in Highly Birefringent Materials: Challenges and Solutions

    WEBINAR: Polarisation Extinction Ratio Measurement in Highly Birefringent Materials: Challenges and Solutions
    Wednesday, June 23, 2021 18:00 -19:00 BST The use of polarisation maintaining (PM) elements based upon optical fibres and waveguides are constantly growing in many applications, including telecommunications, fibre sensing, medical imaging, and high-power lasers. Because of the unique feature of preserving the states of the polarisation of the optical signal passing through, polarisation mode dispersion (PMD) can be minimised...
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  4. Re-defining Analog Signal Generation

    If you require multiple signals for characterising components such as amplifiers, mixers and ADC’s or want to drive multiple LO’s with excellent phase coherence for multiple antenna systems then the Tabor Lucid multi-channel Series will be the ideal product. The Benchtop version of the Lucid series offers up to 12GHz of frequency range, 4 phase coherent channels, a 5” touch...
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  5. WEBINAR: Precise final thinning of FIB-prepared specimens

    WEBINAR: Precise final thinning of FIB-prepared specimens
    Tue, May 25, 2021 3:00 PM - 4:00 PM BST Transmission electron microscopy (TEM) is a critical characterization tool for the semiconductor industry. Gallium focused ion beam (FIB) is frequently used for TEM specimen preparation; however, FIB milling typically results in specimen artifacts, such as surface amorphisation and gallium-implanted layers, both of which may limit analytical and high-resolution electron microscopy...
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  6. WEBINAR: Vibration Control for Semiconductor Facilities and Equipment

    WEBINAR: Vibration Control for Semiconductor Facilities and Equipment
    Thursday, May 20, 2021 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM BST As semiconductor manufacturers seek to produce ever-smaller node sizes, vibration control becomes an increasingly important factor in yield, failure analysis, and throughput. Fabs must consider the effects of facility floor vibration as well as tool-generated vibration on tool performance, for both front-end and back-end processes. This webinar will cover active...
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  7. A firsthand experience with the VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer - Merlin Palmar

    A firsthand experience with the VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer - Merlin Palmar
    Merlin Palmar is from Estonia and is currently doing her Master's in biomedical engineering at Delft University of Technology, working in the Bioelectronics department. She is working in biosensensors, using the VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer trying to enhance and improve their electrical characteristics. Follow this interview to learn about his experience with using our unique technology - the VSP-P1 Nanostructured...
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  8. A firsthand experience with the VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer - Joost van Ginkel

    A firsthand experience with the VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer - Joost van Ginkel
    Joost van Ginkel is a 3rd year PhD student working at the Electronic Components, Technology and Materials (ECTM) group of the TU Delft. He works in the clean room of the electronics department and there he is trying to develop new materials using the VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer for application microelectronics, specifically focusing on making conductive paths, trying to find...
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  9. Tabor Electronics’ 4-Channel RF Signal Generator Reviewed by The Signal Path

    Tabor Electronics’ 4-Channel RF Signal Generator Reviewed by The Signal Path
    Dr. Shahriar Shahramian of The Signal Path video blog has just completed an instrument teardown and application demonstration of Tabor Electronics’ new 12GHz Lucid 4-channel signal generator. The Signal Path is one of the largest and most comprehensive independent RF and Microwave video blogs on YouTube and provides high quality instrument reviews. In the video blog, Dr. Shahramian explains how Tabor achieved their specs...
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  10. WEBINAR: The VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer – the ultimate tool for material development – product demo webinar

    WEBINAR: The VSP-P1 Nanostructured Material Printer – the ultimate tool for material development – product demo webinar
    The best way to demonstrate the capabilities of the VSP-P1 is through a combination of a classical webinar presentation and a virtual lab experience, which will be the format of our next session. The presentation will be conducted by VSP application specialist Wilbert Vrijburg and will be concluded with a virtual lab experience led by VSP product engineer Sofia Dimitriadiou. This webinar is a new version of our...
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