Advanced Photon Counting Techniques IX
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20-24 April 2015
Baltimore, Maryland, United States
Front Matter: Volume 9492
Proc. SPIE 9492, Front Matter: Volume 9492, 949201 (28 May 2015);
Single-Photon Applications I
Proc. SPIE 9492, Cutting the cord: toward wireless optical intensity interferometry, 949202 (13 May 2015);
Single-Photon Applications II
Proc. SPIE 9492, An optical receiver for the Lunar Laser Communication Demonstration based on photon-counting superconducting nanowires, 949208 (28 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9492, Single photon counting for space based quantum experiments, 949209 (13 May 2015);
Superconducting Single-Photon Detectors
Proc. SPIE 9492, Large-area NbN superconducting nanowire avalanche photon detectors with saturated detection efficiency, 94920E (13 May 2015);
Single-Photon LIDAR I
Proc. SPIE 9492, Underwater depth imaging using time-correlated single photon counting, 94920I (13 May 2015);
Single-Photon LIDAR II
Proc. SPIE 9492, Study of single photon counting for non-line-of-sight vision, 94920K (13 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9492, Hybrid receiver system for single photon sensitive direct and coherent detection, 94920L (13 May 2015);
Geiger-Mode APDs
Proc. SPIE 9492, Silicon Geiger-mode avalanche photodiode arrays for photon-starved imaging, 94920M (13 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9492, Gun muzzle flash detection using a single photon avalanche diode array in 0.18µm CMOS technology, 94920N (13 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9492, Analysis and modeling of optical crosstalk in InP-based Geiger-mode avalanche photodiode FPAs, 94920O (13 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9492, Model of turn-on characteristics of InP-based Geiger-mode avalanche photodiodes suitable for circuit simulations, 94920P (13 May 2015);
Proc. SPIE 9492, Low noise InGaAs/InP single-photon negative feedback avalanche diodes: characterization and applications, 94920Q (13 May 2015);
Novel Avalanche Diode SPDs
Proc. SPIE 9492, Linear mode photon counting from visible to MWIR with HgCdTe avalanche photodiode focal plane arrays, 94920T (13 May 2015);
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