Time‐correlated single photon counting (TCSPC) is a measurement technique based on the detection of single photons and the measurement of their arrival time with high time resolution. Swabian Instruments together with Single Quantum demonstrated a commercially available TCSPC setup with a record breaking low timing jitter. This measured correlation of a full two photon coincidence […]
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In November, the state of Baden-Württemberg awarded the Innovation Prize 2018 to small and medium-sized businesses from industry, crafts and technological services. The companies were honored for their outstanding developments and applications of new technologies. Dr. Nicole Hoffmeister-Kraut from the Ministry of Economic Affairs, Labor and Housing celebrated the companies’ achievements with prizes and awards […]
On the verge of quantum technologies arising, precise time correlated photon counting is one of the key components to analyze quantum devices. The data acquisition and evaluation for the application presented below is a good example to show the benefit of Swabian Instrument’s Time Tagger for analyzing single photons signals detected by APDs. Sparrow Quantum […]
Scientists at the 3. Physics Institute. of Prof. Wrachtrup at the University Stuttgart used Swabian Instrument’s Time Tagger 20 with Enthought’s Python libraries to develop feature rich experiment control in no time. The team at the 3. Physics Institute is working on the next generation of quantum computers and quantum sensing applications using individually addressable molecular […]