Tag Archives: SPAD

Revival! And More SPADs

Well I honestly thought that final year at University would have me seeing more spare time, but that was naive of me and of course I had to neglect one of my hobbies. Anyway, I’ve managed to find some time … Continue reading

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Up-Goer Five – Single Photon Avalanche Diodes!

I am going to explain what I did at the place where they help some strange people to do hard things they can’t do on their own because it needs lots of money. Often this means making very small things … Continue reading

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To SPAD or not to SPAD?

Since February last year, I’ve been working non-stop on a technology called Single Photon Avalanche Diodes (SPADs). They’re quite fascinating things really, and once the (26-thousand word) dissertation is out the way, I’m thinking of publishing a few free posts … Continue reading

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Glee!

I just wanted to share a little bit of information that both boggled my mind and made me very happy. Today I ran a Monte-Carlo simulation of my own design; it generated exactly 1 000 000 000 (one billion) random numbers, … Continue reading

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