A clear understanding of the spectral components of an irradiated beam, or captured optical emission, is essential to optimize an optical system and increase its performance. Logically, for this purpose a grating-based spectrometer could be the first choice. However, in the case of a wide range spectrum, and for radiation with one dominant wavelength, this option may not work well. In this paper, we present a technique based on an array of bandpass detectors to measure accurately the power of a number of beam-specific spectral components in a wide spectrum range: from soft X-ray to infrared. The main unique features of this technique are: customization for specific wavelengths of interest; vacuum compatibility; and high sensitivity to low-energy spectral components in the presence of one or more dominant highpower spectral components.
|Title of host publication||Proceedings of the 2023 IEEE Applied Sensing Conference (APSCON)|
|Place of Publication||Piscataway|
|Number of pages||4|
|Publication status||Published - 2023|
|Event||2023 IEEE Applied Sensing Conference (APSCON) - Bengaluru, India|
Duration: 23 Jan 2023 → 25 Jan 2023
|Name||APSCON 2023 - IEEE Applied Sensing Conference, Symposium Proceedings|
|Conference||2023 IEEE Applied Sensing Conference (APSCON)|
|Period||23/01/23 → 25/01/23|
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- radiation beam spectral components
- detector array
- integrated optical windows