When your laboratory draws up budgets for quantum transport measurement systems, it may pay well to consider Nanonis. This subsidiary of the very well respected SPECs from Zurich, Germany provides excellent Quantum Transport Systems, as well as Quantum Transport Measurement Systems and SPM Controllers which have converted even the staunchest of STM and AFM advocates. Yet what exactly is the difference between a Nanonis Quantum Transport Measurement System and any of the offerings from their many competitors?
The differences are rather profound, and all of the differences make up an excellent reason for your laboratory to hold this manufacturer into consideration. At a start, it is rather well known that Nanonis Quantum Transport Systems benefit from their own dedicated CPU, which ensures that 100% processing power is dedicated to speed, and as a result point spacing is much faster on a Nanonis Quantum Transport System such as the Nanonis Tramea than on anything else on the market.
The second point of consideration is Nanonis Quantum Transport Systems benefit extensively from extremely high performance thanks to FPGA-based data processing. With so much more flexibility than conventional boxed systems, FPGA-based processing allows for a far more advanced performance from your signal.
Furthermore, Nanonis Quantum Transport Systems do away with low-speed busses. Gone are the limitations of GPIB and RS-232 instrument control busses, and gone are the slow performance times related to obsolete architecture. Nanonis’ Tramea features a real-time system which is inside a single instrument, in order to shave time off unnecessary parts of the process.
Essentially, Nanonis Quantum Transport Systems such as the Tramea allow your team to get the very most out of each and every computation, allowing for very substantial time to be salvaged from each computation. The saying goes that time is money, and nothing could be more true in a laboratory based environment.
In order to inquire about the Nanonis Tramea Quantum Transport Systems, as well as their range of accompanying products such as custom fabrications, give Scanwel in the UK a call on 01678 530281.