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1 November 1990 128X128 3-5 μm focal plane arrays at 77-K and 200-K operation
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Recent results obtained at LIR on PV detectors made on LPE layers and interconnected by metallic bumps to CCD silicon circuits are described. Test results are reported on 128 x 128 mosaics with 50 micron pitch detecting in the 3-5 micron wavelength rate at 77 and 200 K operating temperatures. The high quality and homogeneity of the CMT epilayers and the maturity of the photovoltaic and hybrid technology for large-size arrays are demonstrated, and the feasibility of operation at the above temperatures is shown.
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Eric Mottin, Jean-Paul Chamonal, Dominique Marion, Francois Mongellaz, Pierre Nicolas, and Jean-Luc Tissot "128X128 3-5 μm focal plane arrays at 77-K and 200-K operation", Proc. SPIE 1341, Infrared Technology XVI, (1 November 1990); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.23111
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