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Highland Technology Press Release - February 2011
Highland Technology Announces Single-Channel Benchtop
Nanowatt Low Noise Optical-to-Electrical Converter
2011 -- The Highland Technology PH200 is the first product in the 'PH' series of
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.
unique photon feedback architecture delivers a bandwidth greater than 1 MHz,
with an unprecedented combination
of linearity, bandwidth, and dynamic range
for 10nA to 100μA photodiode signals.
Highland Technology, Inc.
18 Otis Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
P: (415) 551-1700
F: (415) 551-5129