28. September 2022 ∣ Michael Haslöver
Optical Coherence Tomography (OCT) is an interferometric optical imaging technique, which can be 100 times better than conventional ultrasound, has profound implications for the diagnosis of internal problems in biological tissues as well as inorganic samples. OCT has become increasingly popular for medical applications such as non-invasive opthalmological imaging, endoscopic gastrointestinal tract imaging and diagnostics for coronary intervention.
Fiber-based OCT systems require precise polarization management, accurate delay control, fast wavelength tuning and complete optical system integration capabilities.
Instead of addressing the test, measurement and control challenges of OCT systems with different products from different companies, our customers have access to a complete suite of products with comprehensive testing capabilities of passive components and interferometer.