Genie™ 2000

Gamma Analysis Software
Manufactured by: The Spectroscopy Divison
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Genie™ 2000

Gamma Analysis Software
Manufactured by: The Spectroscopy Division
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The Genie 2000 Gamma Analysis Software package includes a set of advanced analysis algorithms for further processing of gamma spectra acquired via the Genie 2000 Basic Spectroscopy Software.

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Features

  • Full gamma spectrum analysis when used with Genie 2000 Basic Spectroscopy Software
  • Interactive Spectral Analysis
  • Efficiency correction
  • Nuclide identification and quantification
  • Library Correlation NID peak locate with background compensation
  • Interference correction and weighted mean activity calculations
  • Patented* true coincidence (Cascade) summing correction
  • 3-Dimensional Geometry Composer for interactive definition and visualization of sample, detector, and absorber parameters
  • Parent/daughter decay correction
  • Background subtraction and reference peak correction
  • Minimum Detectable Activity (MDA) calculations, including ISO11929 compliance
  • Automatic Gain Adjustment
  • Post NID processing options including:
    • Action/alarm level checking
    • The Line Activity Consistency Evaluator (LACE)
  • All functions accessible through interactive, batch or S560 Programming Library environments
*US Patent 6 225 634 B1
**US Patent 6 228 664

Description

The Genie 2000 Gamma Analysis Software package includes a set of advanced analysis algorithms for further processing of gamma spectra acquired via the Genie 2000 Basic Spectroscopy Software. These algorithms provide a complete analysis of gamma ray spectra obtained from any type of gamma detector. The software is based upon time proven methodologies that have a long history of acceptance and refinements, and it includes patented**, ground-breaking analysis and calibration techniques.

The gamma analysis algorithms supplied are accessible from the Genie 2000 interactive environment, the batch procedure environment or the S560 Programming Libraries. Analysis execution utilizes data resident in the Configuration Access Method (CAM) data structures native to all Genie Family systems. Results from each algorithm are also stored in CAM files, making the resultant data file a complete record of the entire analysis. This unique method of data storage greatly simplifies system administration, data transfer, data archiving, and any necessary reanalysis of archived spectra at a later date. Additionally, each algorithm is documented in detail in the Genie 2000 Customization Tools manual, making it easy for traceability and independent verification of results.

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