26 October 1998 128 x 128 pixel uncooled bolometric FPA for IR detection and imaging
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An uncooled IR camera making use of a 128 X 128 pixel bolometric FPA is presented. The reconfigurable bolometric focal plane array consist of 50 micrometer X 50 micrometer pixels and simple on-chip CMOS readout electronics which can be operated in random access, independent row and column clocking, and self-scanning modes. Depending on the selected pixel format and frame rate, the FPA's NETD varies from 0.52 degrees Celsius down to 0.10 degrees Celsius. The modular IR camera is software configured and provides RS170A analog video and 12-bit TTL format digital outputs.
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Hubert Jerominek, Hubert Jerominek, Timothy D. Pope, Timothy D. Pope, Christine Alain, Christine Alain, Rose Zhang, Rose Zhang, Mario Lehoux, Mario Lehoux, Francis Picard, Francis Picard, R. Wayne Fuchs, R. Wayne Fuchs, Carol Grenier, Carol Grenier, Yves Rouleau, Yves Rouleau, Felix Cayer, Felix Cayer, Simon Savard, Simon Savard, Ghislain Bilodeau, Ghislain Bilodeau, Jean-Francois Couillard, Jean-Francois Couillard, Carl Larouche, Carl Larouche, Linh Phong Ngo, Linh Phong Ngo, } "128 x 128 pixel uncooled bolometric FPA for IR detection and imaging", Proc. SPIE 3436, Infrared Technology and Applications XXIV, (26 October 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.328058; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.328058


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