Design assembly and calibration of an experimental setup for various optical measurements

Uzgel, Evren
The experimental setup which consisted of the Jarrell-Ash Ebert type scanning monochromator, the Hamamatsu Si PIN Photodiode, a PC connected ADC card and a Tungstenstriplamp operated at different temperatures was assembled. The different parts needing calibration were calibrated with spectral response calibration techniques suitable for our purposes and connected to the experimental setup in a proper way. Spectral response calibrations and transmission measurements in the range 450-800 nm were carried out.


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E. Uzgel, “Design assembly and calibration of an experimental setup for various optical measurements,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2004.