Photodetection and Measurement: Making Effective Optical Measurements for an Acceptable Cost
Photodetection techniques are becoming increasingly necessary for electronics design work
This reference provides a practical "rules of thumb" approach to making accurate optical measurements with equipment commonly found in labs and companies.
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