17 October 1994 Spatially and temporally resolved IR image detection with a semiconductor-gas-discharge device
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We suggest a method for spatially and temporally resolved IR-image detection by using a semiconductor-gas discharge (SGD-) structure. The operation of the device is based on the conversion of IR-radiation into the visible spectral range. Especially, we discuss the influence of the system parameters on the operation of the device and propose a technical realization for a real time IR-image conversion camera based on the converter cell in connection with a standard CCD-camera. In combination with a gateable CCD-camera or an electron-optical recording technique (e.g., streak- or framing camera), the converter structure could be used for high speed IR-imaging in the microsecond range.
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Heinz A. Willebrand, Heinz A. Willebrand, Yuri Astrov, Yuri Astrov, Leonid Portsel, Leonid Portsel, S. Teperick, S. Teperick, Thomas Gauselmann, Thomas Gauselmann, Hans-Georg Purwins, Hans-Georg Purwins, } "Spatially and temporally resolved IR image detection with a semiconductor-gas-discharge device", Proc. SPIE 2269, Infrared Technology XX, (17 October 1994); doi: 10.1117/12.188667; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.188667
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