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27 August 2010 Infrared detectors overview in the short-wave infrared to far-infrared for CLARREO mission
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There exists a considerable interest in the broadband detectors for CLARREO Mission, which can be used to detect CO2, O3, H2O, CH4, and other gases. Detection of these species is critical for understanding the Earth's atmosphere, atmospheric chemistry, and systemic force driving climatic changes. Discussions are focused on current and the most recent detectors developed in SWIR-to-Far infrared range for CLARREO space-based instrument to measure the above-mentioned species. These detector components will make instruments designed for these critical detections more efficient while reducing complexity and associated electronics and weight. We will review the on-going detector technology efforts in the SWIR to Far-IR regions at different organizations in this study.
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M. Nurul Abedin, Martin G. Mlynczak, and Tamer F Refaat "Infrared detectors overview in the short-wave infrared to far-infrared for CLARREO mission", Proc. SPIE 7808, Infrared Remote Sensing and Instrumentation XVIII, 78080V (27 August 2010);


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