Multi-channel lock-in detection in SRS microscopy and spectroscopy experiments
Flexible, FPGA-based Moku technology accelerates development in the field of SRS microscopy and spectroscopy, enabling labs to streamline their analytical techniques. In addition, the versatility and performance of Moku can aid in attempts at dark matter detection, an emerging field with many unknowns.
Moku delivers 13+ software-defined test instruments — from test essentials like a Spectrum Analyzer to advanced instruments like a Lock-in Amplifier — on three efficient hardware options, each with dedicated performance specifications. With Multi-instrument Mode, you can combine up to four instruments to run simultaneously with lossless interconnection.
Read the ebook to learn new ways to optimize molecular analysis with flexible, software-defined lock-in detection, custom multi-instrument configurations, and stimulated Raman scattering (SRS) techniques. This powerful combination delivers unparalleled sensitivity, background-free imaging, and real-time insights so you can achieve more, faster.
- Explore how lock-in detection is implemented in a state-of-the-art SRS setup at Boston University.
- Learn how University of Alberta researchers are using a software-defined lock-in amplifier and laser spectroscopy techniques to advance the search for dark matter.
- See how scientists at the University of Washington are using multichannel lock-in detection to strengthen signal detection in SRS microscopy experiments.
- Title: Multi-channel lock-in detection in SRS microscopy and spectroscopy experiments
- Date published: December 20, 2023
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