20 May 2011 SCD's uncooled detectors and video engines for a wide-range of applications
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Over the last decade SCD has established a state of the art VOx μ-Bolometer product line. Due to its overall advantages this technology is penetrating a large range of systems. In addition to a large variety of detectors, SCD has also recently introduced modular video engines with an open architecture. In this paper we will describe the versatile applications supported by the products based on 17μm pitch: Low SWaP short range systems, mid range systems based on VGA arrays and high-end systems that will utilize the XGA format. These latter systems have the potential to compete with cooled 2nd Gen scanning LWIR arrays, as will be demonstrated by TRM3 system level calculations.
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A. Fraenkel, A. Fraenkel, U. Mizrahi, U. Mizrahi, L. Bikov, L. Bikov, A. Giladi, A. Giladi, N. Shiloah, N. Shiloah, S. Elkind, S. Elkind, I. Kogan, I. Kogan, S. Maayani, S. Maayani, A. Amsterdam, A. Amsterdam, I. Vaserman, I. Vaserman, O. Duman, O. Duman, Y. Hirsh, Y. Hirsh, F. Schapiro, F. Schapiro, A. Tuito, A. Tuito, M. Ben-Ezra, M. Ben-Ezra, } "SCD's uncooled detectors and video engines for a wide-range of applications", Proc. SPIE 8012, Infrared Technology and Applications XXXVII, 801204 (20 May 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.883108; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.883108

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