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Characterisation of New Planar Radiometric Detectors using Carbon Nanotube Absorbers under Development at NIST

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Author(s)

Malcolm G. White, Nathan A. Tomlin, Christopher S. Yung, Michelle S. Stephens, Ivan Ryger, Solomon I. Woods, John H. Lehman, Igor Vayshenker

Abstract

Carbon nanotube technology, in conjunction with silicon micro-fabrication techniques, has enabled us to develop planar radiometric detectors, which has led to the establishment of a new generation of primary standards. The goal is to develop compact, fast, and easy-to-use, radiometric calibration systems, spanning the wavelength spectrum from the ultraviolet to the THz region in a single detector, suitable for use with both coherent and incoherent sources, and encompassing open beam and fibre-coupled modes of operation, with utility beyond that of the laboratory environment. Work will be presented comparing scales derived from two new table- top systems, to existing radiant power and optical fibre power scales, traceable to SI.
Proceedings Title
Proceeding of NEWRAD 2017, 13th International Conference on New Developments and Applications in
Optical Radiometry
Conference Dates
June 13-16, 2017
Conference Location
Tokyo, -1

Keywords

cryogenic detectors, carbon nanotubes, scale realization
Created June 13, 2018, Updated April 17, 2019