The Highland Technology (San Francisco, CA) PH200 is the first product
in the 'PH' series of extreme-performance photonic instruments. The
PH200 Nanowatt Photoreceiver, designed in collaboration with Phil Hobbs,
is a free-space optical/electrical converter that provides near shot
noise performance in a rugged, compact package. The unique photon
feedback architecture delivers a bandwidth greater than 1 MHz, with an
unprecedented combination of linearity, bandwidth, and dynamic range
for 10nA to 100?A photodiode signals.
This week’s Question: The Department of Energy (DOE) has set a goal of building a battery that stores energy for less than $100 per kilowatt-hour, making stored wind and solar energy competitive with energy produced from traditional power plants....
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