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November 2018

29.11.

RF drive amplifier for FAIMS setups released! RF drive amplifier for FAIMS setups released!

Key features:
  • RF drive amplifier for FAIMS setups
  • amplitude 0 Vpp to 1500 Vpp (differentially), 750 Vpp each channel
  • frequency 0.2 MHz to 1.7 MHz
  • voltage stabilisation for ease of use

October 2018

15.10. - 17.10.

Dr. Stefan Stahl and our PhD student Ilia Blinov are invited speakers at the  1st AVA Topical Workshop on "Detectors & Diagnostics for Low Energy Ion and Antiproton Beams", October 15-17, 2018, held at the Vienna University of Technology, Austria.

August 2018

20.08.

Our BS/BSA series devices have been optimized for Quantum Computing applications. Further information can be found  here.

July 2018

25.07.

We are present as a sponsor at the  WOLTE-13, the 13th Workshop on Low Temperature Electronics, September 10-13, 2018 in Sorrento, Italy.

24.07.

We are present as a sponsor at the  QTech 2018, the Quantum Technology International Conference 2018, September 5-7, 2018 in Paris, France.

June 2018

11.06.

NEW Cryogenic Super Low Noise Amplifier released! NEW Cryogenic Super Low Noise Amplifier released!

Key features:
  • Ultra Low Input Noise (typ. 0.31 nV/√Hz @ 1 MHz)
  • Frequency Range 1 kHz to 4 MHz
  • Input Impedance approx. 10 MOhm
  • Small Size and tiny thermal load of only 300 μWatt

01.06.

We are present as a sponsor at the  Neutrino 2018, the XXVIII International Conference on Neutrino Physics and Astrophysics, June 4-9, 2018, in Heidelberg, Germany.

March 2018

01.03.

We are present with a poster presentation at the  LEAP 2018, the 13th Low Energy Antiproton Conference, March 12-16, 2018, in Paris, France.

January 2018

29.01.

Group photo of the cryolab team

Group photo of the cryolab team

News from the AVA project
Stahl-Electronics is a partner of the  project AVA (Accelerators Validating Antimatter physics), which enables an interdisciplinary and cross-sector program on antimatter research. Within AVA, the  project partners will carry out research across three scientific work packages: facility design and optimization, advanced beam diagnostics and novel low energy antimatter experiments.

At Stahl-Electronics the project  "Cryogenic Detectors for low Energy Particle Detection" will be carried out within a 3 year PhD position. At the end of 2017, Ilia Blinov (standing on the left in the group photo) joined our Stahl-Electronics team as a PhD student with the aiming at the development of novel super-sensitive charge sensors, which will be used in Ion and Antimatter research.

More information on the  AVA website and in the YouTube video  AVA - Nature (anti)matters.

October 2017

17.10.

NEW Broadband Cryogenic Buffer Amplifier released! NEW Broadband Cryogenic Buffer Amplifier released!

Key features:
  • Cryogenic High Impedance Buffer up to 1 GHz
  • Wide Temperature Range T = 300 K down to T = 4.2 K
  • Low Outgassing UHV Operation
  • Small Size, Small Heat Load

16.10.

Stahl-Electronics will be present as  "Silver Sponsor" at the  Spin Qubit 3, the 3rd Conference and Workshop on Spin-Based Quantum Information Processing, November 6-10, 2017, in Sydney, Australia.
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