30 August 2004 Advanced IRFPAs for next-generation sensors
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Raytheon Vision Systems (RVS) has invented and demonstrated a new class of advanced focal plane arrays. These Advanced FPAs are sometimes called 3rd Generation or “Next Generation” FPAs because they have integrated onto the FPA the ability to sense multiple IR spectrums, have improved resolution and performance, and conduct image processing on the FPA ROIC. These next generation of FPAs are allowing more functionality and the detection of a more diverse set of data than previously possible with 2nd Gen FPAs. Examples and history of advanced next generation FPAs are reviewed including RVS’s Multispectral, Uncooled, Adaptive Sensors and other advanced sensors.
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John T. Caulfield, John T. Caulfield, Christopher L. Fletcher, Christopher L. Fletcher, Roger W. Graham, Roger W. Graham, Elizabeth A. Patten, Elizabeth A. Patten, Le T. Pham, Le T. Pham, Gregory Pierce, Gregory Pierce, Dean A. Scribner, Dean A. Scribner, Martins Skele, Martins Skele, Scott M. Taylor, Scott M. Taylor, Walter C. Trautfield, Walter C. Trautfield, } "Advanced IRFPAs for next-generation sensors", Proc. SPIE 5406, Infrared Technology and Applications XXX, (30 August 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.548876; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.548876
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