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Cancer Detection in Human Tissue Samples using Fiber Optic Probes

Optical fiber spectroscopy enables to develop fiber optic equipment for oncology. It can be used for differentiation of cancer and normal tissue by in-vitro and ex-vivo methods. In the future, it is planned to use such fiber optic equipment in-vivo. The main challenge for cancer specialists is to select the most sensitive, specific, and accurate...


Fiber Optic Probes for Material Science

Optromix fiber optic probes for process spectroscopy are based on coherent bundle design and provide the best coupling efficiency with spectrometers, light emitters (LED, lasers, lamps, etc.), and media of spectral analysis to investigate its reflectance, fluorescence or absorption spectra. Process spectrometers based on Optromix fiber probes are relied upon by professionals around the world...


Raman Spectroscopy: Overview and Forensic Investigation Applications

Raman spectroscopy is a useful technique for the identification of a wide range of substances: solids, liquids, and gases. It is a straightforward and non-destructive technique. “Raman effect” was observed in practice for the first time in 1928 by C.V. Raman. This scientist was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1930 for this invention. Raman spectroscopy...


Fiber Optic Converters Ensure High Levels of Security and Reliability

Fiber media converters are simple networking devices that make it possible to connect two dissimilar media types such as a twisted pair with fiber optic cabling. Such media converters firstly were introduced to the industry in the 1990s. Fiber media converters are very important in interconnecting fiber optic cabling-based systems with existing copper-based, structured cabling...