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3 October 2011 Recent developments of multispectral filter assemblies for CCD, CMOS and bolometer
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Multispectral channels are required on many pushbroom optical sensors. A possible technology well suited for focal plane miniaturization is to assemble several sliced filter elements (so-called stripes), each corresponding to one spectral channel, and located close to the detectors. The assembled filter is thus customized to fit detector size. These stripes are cut from a wafer using a two dimensional accurate process. For the baseline concept, elementary stripes are then cemented edge-to-edge to form a single substrate. The opaque epoxy used for the stripes assembly creates a light barrier between adjacent elements and thus provides an interesting solution for cross channel image suppression inside the filter. This paper recalls the current SODERN's multi-spectral filter assembly status. Since 2007 R&T activity, the feasibility and the performances have been demonstrated by breadboards and qualification models. The selection of SODERN for two current VNIR space programs consolidates its role as a leading supplier in this field. A complementary 2011 R&T study will demonstrate the performances of this technology for the TIR range and the integration on a bolometer.
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Roland Le Goff, Bruno Badoil, Philippe Fuss, François Tanguy, and Pierre Etcheto "Recent developments of multispectral filter assemblies for CCD, CMOS and bolometer", Proc. SPIE 8176, Sensors, Systems, and Next-Generation Satellites XV, 817618 (3 October 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.898971
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