25 September 1989 Computer Assisted Mosaic Array Test Station (CAMAT)
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Abstract
An automatic test station for infrared focal plane arrays and multiplexers has been developed by Honeywell EOD. The Computer Aided Mosaic Array Test station (CAMAT) has characterized arrays of 64x128 and is capable of handling arrays of 256x256 and larger. Data rates up to 5 MHz and dynamic ranges of up to 16 bits can be measured. A modular approach is used in both hardware and software. Data acquisition and focal plane drive equipment are custom built while signal processing and display is done by commercial hardware. The software is menu driven and includes data acquisition, statistics, FFT, and graphics output modules in addition to standard sensitivity calculations. A test procedure editor allows for simple development of customized test procedures.
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Allen W. Hairston, Charles M. Marshall, "Computer Assisted Mosaic Array Test Station (CAMAT)", Proc. SPIE 1108, Test and Evaluation of Infrared Detectors and Arrays, (25 September 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.960683; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.960683
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