Center Wavelength (LED)

1. The average of the two wavelengths measured at the half Amplitude points of the power spectrum. 2. The Wavelength of an optical Source that might be considered its middle. One measure of this is the average of the two wavelengths corresponding to the Full Width Half Maximum-FWHM.




Related Terms
Average Wavelength,   Center Wavelength (Laser),   Center Wavelength (LED),   Coarse Wavelength division Multiplexing (CWDM),   Color Center Laser,   Critical Absorption Wavelength,   Cutoff Wavelength,   Cuton Wavelength,   Dense Wavelength-Division Multiplexing (DWDM),   Dual Wavelength Spectrophotometry,  

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