Lake Shore will exhibit its latest materials characterisation system at SPIE DSS in Baltimore.
Lake Shore will present its new terahertz (THz) materials characterisation system and THz band pass filters at the 2013 SPIE Defense, Security and Sensing conference in Baltimore from April 29 to May 3.
DSS is one of the largest exhibitions for optics, photonics and imaging technology for defence and security applications.
Lake Shore will be using it as a launchpad for the BPF Series THz band pass filters.
Designed block noise and improve signal detection and imaging due to their novel free-standing metal mesh technology, the filters are commonly used in THz and millimeter wave imaging, security and spectroscopy. The new products join Lake Shore’s line of IR band pass and IR long pass filters.
As the terahertz gap holds much interest and promise for the defense and security community, Lake Shore will highlight its THz materials characterisation system at DSS.
The system, currently in testing at several key research institutions, is expected to provide new insight into the physical properties of emerging new materials being explored for high-speed computing, storage, imaging and communications applications.
Attendees can visit SPIE DSS booth 1542 for more information. A special show discount will be available to attendees.