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Amplified Detection CircuitryAmplified Detection CircuitryIntroductionIn this chapter we progress from photodetectors to photodetection, simple electronic circuits that allow observation and measurement of static and varying optical signals with a voltmeter, on an oscilloscope, or as part of an optoelectronic product. We saw in Chap. 1 that the signal output from a photodiode is strongly influenced by the circuitry connected to it. In particular, unless the load voltage is much smaller than a few tens of millivolts, sim…
Mark Johnson: Photodetection and Measurement: Maximizing Performance in Optical Systems. Amplified Detection Circuitry, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2003), AccessEngineering