1 July 1992 Test and evaluation of infrared hybrid readout/detector arrays by emulating system configurations during test
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Abstract
The integration of various IR sensor subcomponents as early as possible in the development cycle furnishes an efficient feedback indicator for the compatibility of elements and units. Possible system defects are in this way identified and corrected sooner, thereby saving development process time and money. The procedure also reduces the risk in overall system design by verifying the sensor subsystem design's compliance with performance requirements.
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William M. Bowser, William M. Bowser, Sung H. Song, Sung H. Song, James R. Duffey, James R. Duffey, } "Test and evaluation of infrared hybrid readout/detector arrays by emulating system configurations during test", Proc. SPIE 1686, Test and Evaluation of IR Detectors and Arrays II, (1 July 1992); doi: 10.1117/12.60532; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.60532
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