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Matthew Spidell (Fed)

Matt Spidell is a Physicist in the Sources and Detectors Group of the Applied Physics Division at NIST and leads the Laser Power and Energy Meter Calibration Project. In addition, he performs research developing new detector technologies and improving the engineering of existing implementations in secondary, transfer, and primary standards.


Patents (2018-Present)

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Non-attenuating Meter for Determining Optical Energy of Laser Light

NIST Inventors
Joshua Hadler , John H. Lehman , Matthew Spidell and Paul A. Williams
A non-attenuating meter determines optical energy of laser light in an absence of optical attenuation of the laser light and includes: a recipient mirror that: receives laser light that propagates in a primary propagation direction; produces profile light; transmits the profile light through the
Created June 19, 2018, Updated May 12, 2023