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Advanced Photonix - API  Profile

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Advanced Photonix - API  Company Overview

Advanced Photonix, Inc. is a leading supplier of opto-electronic solutions and Terahertz sensors and instrumentation to a global OEM customer base. API's solutions are based on patented high speed optical receivers in III-V materials in APD and PIN configurations and silicon Large Area Avalanche Photodiode (LAAPD), PIN photodiode and FILTRODE detectors. The Terahertz sensor product line is targeted to the Non-Destructive Testing (including Baggage/Cargo Scanning) and Quality Control markets. Using patented fiber coupled technology and high speed Terahertz generation and detection sensors API is transferring Terahertz from the application development laboratory to the factory floor.

Advanced Photonix - API  Products

The types of products manufactured by Advanced Photonix - API include Silicon PIN photodiodes, covering x-ray, UV, visible and NIR wavelengths , Silicon and III-V Avalanche Photodiodes (APDs), InGaAs and InP photodiodes, LED arrays and assemblies, Detector/Amplifier hybrid assemblies, High-speed InGaAs receivers, and Terahertz systems.

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