25 September 2007 Laboratory and sky testing results for the TIS H4RG-10 4k × 4k 10-micron visible CMOS-hybrid detector
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We present both laboratory and telescope testing results describing the performance of the H4RG-10 CMOS-Hybrid detector. The H4RG-10 is the largest visible hybrid array currently in existence and shows great potential for use in future space missions. We report read noise, dark current, pixel connectivity, persistence, and inter-pixel capacitance measurements for the temperature range 110-240 K. We report on quantitative astrometric and qualitative photometric performance of the instrument based on observations made at USNO's Flagstaff Station observatory and establish an upper limit to the astrometric performance of the detector. We discuss additional testing and future work associated with improving detector performance.
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Bryan N. Dorland, Bryan N. Dorland, Gregory S. Hennessy, Gregory S. Hennessy, Norbert Zacharias, Norbert Zacharias, David G. Monet, David G. Monet, Hugh Harris, Hugh Harris, Chris Rollins, Chris Rollins, Peter Shu, Peter Shu, Laddawan Miko, Laddawan Miko, Brent Mott, Brent Mott, Augustyn Waczynski, Augustyn Waczynski, Emily Kan, Emily Kan, Gregory Delo, Gregory Delo, } "Laboratory and sky testing results for the TIS H4RG-10 4k × 4k 10-micron visible CMOS-hybrid detector", Proc. SPIE 6690, Focal Plane Arrays for Space Telescopes III, 66900D (25 September 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.734145; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.734145
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