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Fourth International Conference on Photonics and Imaging in Biology and Medicine
Time-correlated single photon counting (TCSPC) is based on the detection of single photons of a periodic light signal, measurement of the detection time of the photons, and the build-up of the photon distribution versus the time in the signal period. TCSPC achieves a near ideal counting efficiency and transit-time-spread-limited time resolution for a given detector. The drawback of traditional TCSPC is the low count rate, long acquisition time, and the fact that the technique isdoi:10.1117/12.710872 fatcat:eqrm75dskfb7rc2qtcikizoz4m