26 October 1998 IR modules and long-life Stirling cryocoolers at AIM
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The last 10 years of engineering and production at AEG INFRAROT-MODULE GmbH (AIM) resulted in continued improvements in performance, yield and reliability of IR modules and cryocoolers. For the optimizing of engineering, production and testing over the complete scope, from semiconductor material growth, FPA fabrication, cryo packaging data processing and software, cooling, etc. up to the camera level, AIM has all critical technologies under one roof. This paper demonstrates how such results were achieved, which criteria are to be met for performance, yield and cost improvements and how contemporary IR modules from AIM reflect these achievements.
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Herbert Korf, Herbert Korf, Wolfgang A. Cabanski, Wolfgang A. Cabanski, C. Joachim Wendler, C. Joachim Wendler, U. Wild, U. Wild, Johann Ziegler, Johann Ziegler, } "IR modules and long-life Stirling cryocoolers at AIM", Proc. SPIE 3436, Infrared Technology and Applications XXIV, (26 October 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.328034; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.328034
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