Time resolved coherence imaging spectrometer on WEGA stellarator
Imaging sensor technologies such as charge coupled devices and complementary metal-oxide-semiconductor have made remarkable progress in recent years. Fast imaging systems based on these new technologies are now being routinely employed for advanced fusion diagnostics. Since two-dimensional imaging considerably improves the investigation of three-dimensional structural physics, we have installed and operated the first high-speed two-dimensional coherence imaging camera system for the study of...[Show more]
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