Continuous and discrete phasor analysis of binned or time-gated periodic decays

@article{Michalet2021ContinuousAD,
  title={Continuous and discrete phasor analysis of binned or time-gated periodic decays},
  author={Xavier Michalet},
  journal={AIP Advances},
  year={2021},
  volume={11}
}
  • X. Michalet
  • Published 13 June 2020
  • Medicine, Biology, Physics
  • AIP Advances
The time-resolved analysis of periodically excited luminescence decays by the phasor method in the presence of time-gating or binning is revisited. Analytical expressions for discrete configurations of square gates are derived, and the locus of the phasors of such modified periodic single-exponential decays is compared to the canonical universal semicircle. The effects of instrument response function offset, decay truncation, and gate shape are also discussed. Finally, modified expressions for… 

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