Welcome to Quantum Sensing News: The latest Quantum Sensing and Single-Photon Systems updates brought to you by ID Quantique.
We begin by sharing our latest video, in which explore what photon counting OTDR is, how it works and its benefits compared to conventional OTDR.
Next, we invite you to join us and a host of experts online for RIT’s Photonics for Quantum Workshop. It runs from 23-25 June, with IDQ’s presentation at 12:45pm EDT on Wednesday 24 June.
Finally, we remind you to join us on 25 June, 4pm CEST, for our latest webinar: Advanced techniques for characterising multi-photon quantum interference and entanglement.
Enjoy the reading and stay healthy!
Watch: Photon counting OTDR overview
Optical Time Domain Reflectometry (OTDR) is an effective method to characterise optical fibres and for detecting flaws in a network of fibre optic cables.
Our latest video explores what OTDR is exactly and how it works. We look at the limitations of conventional OTDR and the benefits of single-photon OTDR when it comes to spatial resolution and dynamic range. Finally, we see how the ID900 Time Controller series can be customised to help achieve your goals.
Online event: RIT Photonics for Quantum Workshop
Join us and host of industry experts online from June 23-25 at an event organised by The Rochester Institute of Technology.
The workshop will explore how photonic devices may impact quantum science, technology and applications. You’ll also be able to watch IDQ’s presentation at 12:45pm EDT on Wednesday 24.
Webinar: Advanced techniques for characterising multi-photon quantum interference and entanglement
Join us on June 25, 4pm CEST, when we will cover techniques to characterise multi-photon quantum interference and entanglement in an actual experiment using integrated photonics.
You will learn how IDQ’s technology and more specifically the ID900 Time Controller can be used to simplify this task immensely and provide the necessary specifications to get optimal results.