Biological aerosol detection with the tactical biological (TAC-BIO) detector

@inproceedings{Poldmae2006BiologicalAD,
  title={Biological aerosol detection with the tactical biological (TAC-BIO) detector},
  author={Aime Poldmae and Jerry B. Cabalo and Marla De Lucia and Fiona Narayanan and L. R. Strauch and David W. Sickenberger},
  booktitle={SPIE Security + Defence},
  year={2006}
}
Ultra-violet fluorescence remains a cornerstone technique for the detection of biological agent aerosols. Historically, these UV based detectors have employed relatively costly and power demanding lasers that have influenced the exploitation of the technology to wider use. Recent advancements from the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency's (DARPA) Solid-state Ultra Violet Optical Sources (SUVOS) program have changed this. The UV light emitting diode (LED) devices based on Gallium Nitride… 

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