21 October 2004 High-operating-temperature infrared detectors based on HDVIP
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Abstract
An overview on DRS' approaches towards realization of HgCdTe photonic infrared detectors based on DRS's proven HDVIP technology is given. The first approach involves the use of a silicon microlens array attached to the detector array, and the second reduction of dark currents in each detector itself. Recent progress is presented.
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Franklin M. Roush, Franklin M. Roush, Hung-Dah Shih, Hung-Dah Shih, Thomas W. Orent, Thomas W. Orent, Charles A. Franda, Charles A. Franda, Peter D. Dreiske, Peter D. Dreiske, Fikri Aqariden, Fikri Aqariden, Michael A. Kinch, Michael A. Kinch, Pok-Kai Liao, Pok-Kai Liao, James E. Robinson, James E. Robinson, Herbert F. Schaake, Herbert F. Schaake, Towfik H. Teherani, Towfik H. Teherani, Arne H. Kalma, Arne H. Kalma, } "High-operating-temperature infrared detectors based on HDVIP", Proc. SPIE 5563, Infrared Systems and Photoelectronic Technology, (21 October 2004); doi: 10.1117/12.566371; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.566371
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