28 January 2002 Advances in ultralow-power highly integrated active pixel sensor CMOS imagers for space and radiation environments
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To develop more cost-effective future satellites and spacecraft systems, instruments and avionics are evolving into smaller/lighter-weight and more power efficient modules. NASA's future missions will require that these lighter weight systems have smaller shielding mass margins and operate at cryogenics temperatures in stressing radiation. JPL has been exploring several approaches to improving the radiation performance of CMOS Active Pixel Sensor (APS) imagers for ultra-low power,
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Robert C. Stirbl, Robert C. Stirbl, Bedabrata Pain, Bedabrata Pain, Thomas J. Cunningham, Thomas J. Cunningham, Bruce R. Hancock, Bruce R. Hancock, Guang Yang, Guang Yang, Julie B. Heynssens, Julie B. Heynssens, Christopher J. Wrigley, Christopher J. Wrigley, } "Advances in ultralow-power highly integrated active pixel sensor CMOS imagers for space and radiation environments", Proc. SPIE 4547, Photonics for Space and Radiation Environments II, (28 January 2002); doi: 10.1117/12.454382; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.454382
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