Overview of the TAC-BIO detector

@inproceedings{Cabalo2008OverviewOT,
  title={Overview of the TAC-BIO detector},
  author={J. Cabalo and Marla DeLucia and Aime P. Goad and J. Lacis and Fiona Narayanan and D. Sickenberger},
  booktitle={Security + Defence},
  year={2008}
}
Ultra Violet (UV) induced fluorescence remains a core technique for the real time detection of biological aerosols. With this approach, the detection of an aerosolized biological event is based on the fluorescent and scattering signals observed from biological particles when exposed to one or more UV sources. In 2004, the Edgewood Chemical Biological Center (ECBC) initiated an effort to develop a low cost, small, lightweight, low power biological agent detector, identified as the TAC-BIO, based… Expand
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