23 May 1989 Ultraviolet Quantum Efficiency And Vacuum Stability Of Ion-Implanted, Laser Annealed CCDS
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We present results of a program to enhance the ultraviolet and extreme ultraviolet response of charge-coupled devices (CCDs). The ultimate goal of our program is to develop a large format device with both high and stable quantum efficiency from 100-3000 Å which can be used as a windowless imaging detector in a space environment. Of particular concern in this environment and at these wavelengths is long-term photometric stability under hard vacuum. We will discuss quantum efficiency and vacuum stability measurements for a number of ion implanted and laser annealed test CCDs specially fabricated by Tektronix for this program.
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R A. Stern, R A. Stern, T Whittemore, T Whittemore, M. Winzenread, M. Winzenread, M M Blouke, M M Blouke, } "Ultraviolet Quantum Efficiency And Vacuum Stability Of Ion-Implanted, Laser Annealed CCDS", Proc. SPIE 1071, Optical Sensors and Electronic Photography, (23 May 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.952505; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.952505


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