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10 December 1986 Sampling Effects in CdHgTe Focal Plane Arrays - Practical Results
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An earlier paper by Bradley and Dennis outlined he sampling effects limit the high frequency spatial performance of close-packed two-dimensional focal plane arrays, and described conceptually how these might be overcome. These concepts have since been put into practice and results are presented which show: a) manifestations of the basic effects. b) their reduction through microscanning in a real-time imaging environment. The results were obtained from an imaging system developed by MCCS for RSRE, capable of driving the complete range of 2D detectors currently produced in the UK.
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R. J. Dann, S. R. Carpenter, C. Seamer, P. N.J. Dennis, and D. J. Bradley "Sampling Effects in CdHgTe Focal Plane Arrays - Practical Results", Proc. SPIE 0685, Infrared Technology XII, (10 December 1986); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.936504
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