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A technology breakthrough: why CMOS-based detectors are changing the way we use EBSD

Following its launch in early 2017, the Oxford Instruments Symmetry® EBSD detector has made a significant impact in the microanalysis community. Built on many years of in-house research, Symmetry was the first commercial EBSD detector to utilise a complementary metal oxide semiconductor, enabling a dramatic increase in data acquisition speeds (well in excess of 3000 patterns per second) with no compromise to data quality.

In this webinar, Oxford Instruments their CMOS-based EBSD detector range and discussing the technological benefits of CMOS sensors compared to traditional charge coupled device (CCD) devices. In particular, we shall look at ways in which the CMOS performance advantage is ushering in new applications of EBSD, as well as revolutionising existing materials research fields.

Jenny Goulden
EBSD Business Manager
Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis
Pat Trimby
EBSD Product Specialist
Oxford Instruments
Mike Hjelmstad
Application Specialist
Oxford Instruments

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