Mirion systems software offers a standard platform for use with all systems. Various counter arrangements, detector arrangements, analysis sequences, hardware control, and reports can be generated from the standard software. This provides the advantage that as the customer's assay requirements change, the software can be easily adapted to handle the new requirements.
The ISOCS (In Situ Object Counting System) Calibration Software brings a new level of capabilities to gamma sample assay by eliminating the need for traditional calibration sources during the efficiency calibration process.
FRAM (Fixed-Energy, Response Function Analysis with Multiple Efficiency) software is a code used primarily to determine the isotopic composition of plutonium in special nuclear materials.
Multi-Group Analysis (MGA software) was designed to improve the accuracy of these measurements over traditional methods. In addition to the primary application of measuring Pu isotopics, MGA software can be used to determine other actinides such as 235U, 238U, 237Np and 241Am as well.
Uranium measurements are typically difficult because of varying container shapes, container wall thicknesses, uranium chemical forms and other complications. Multi-Group Analysis for Uranium (MGAU software) was designed to improve the accuracy of these measurements over traditional methods, while simplifying or eliminating the setup and calibration steps necessary with other methodologies.
The NDA 2000 software is designed to be a complete acquisition, analysis and archival package for use with all Mirion neutron counters and gamma-ray systems.