Kapteos will be present at Electronica in Munich from the 13th of November until the 16th of November 2018. You could meet us on EMCO Elektronik booth: our German distributor for Austria, Germany and Switzerland.
Kapteos is participating since several years in a row to High Power ElectroMagnetic (HPEM) conferences throughout the world. This year the AmerEM 2018 conference is taking place in the United States California (Santa Barbara). We will show our system to perform E-field measurements on a various E-field applicators like a plasma ball (this is a [...]
This year, Kapteos will be present at ICOPS 2018 in Denver from the 25th of June until the 28th of June 2018. A technical paper will be presented the 28th in the morning: Electro-optical probe for dielectric barrier discharge analysis. Abstract: The dielectric barrier discharges (DBD) were first used by Siemens in 1857 to produce [...]
Kapteos will participate for the second time at the next PCIM 2018 Europe (Power Conversion and Intelligent Motion) in Nuremberg.
We are pleased to announce that a contract has been signed in December 2017 between Montena Technology and Kapteos for a long-term partnership.
Kapteos will participate at the Electro-Magnetic Compatibility show EMV Düsseldorf from the 20th of February to the 22nd of February 2018. Kapteos will present its main products line and accessories.
NMR in Biomedicine, NMR in Biomedicine. 2018;31:e3849, 2017.
I. Saniour, G. Gaborit, A.‐L. Perrier, L. Gillette, G. Revillod, R. Sablong, L. Duvillaret, O. Beuf
Characterization of radiofrequency-microwave electromagnetic-pulses (EMP) generated in experiments relevant to inertial confinement fusion
Scientific Reports 6, 27889, 2016
Fabrizio Consoli , Riccardo De Angelis, Lionel Duvillaret, Pierluigi Andreoli, Mattia Cipriani, Giuseppe Cristofari, Giorgio Di Giorgio, Francesco Ingenito
Thanks to an additional accessory mounted on our electric field probes, Kapteos has just demonstrated the possibility to measure DC electric field. The concept is based on the use of our present eoSense instrument and an eoProbe sensor.
In this paper we demonstrate the effectiveness of an active optical detuning circuit for magnetic resonance imaging endoluminal receiver coil. Three endoluminal coils prototypes were built.