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22 September 2015 EUCLID detector system demonstrator model: a first demonstration of the NISP detection system
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The detector system (DS) of Euclid NISP’s instrument (Near-Infrared Spectro-Photometer) is a matrix of 16 H2RG infrared detectors acquired simultaneously. After their characterization done at CPPM (Centre de Physique des Particules de Marseille), these detectors are integrated into a mechanical structure designed at LAM (Laboratoire d'Astronomie de Marseille) and called NI-FPA (Focal Plane Array) Before delivering the full instrument to ESA several test models have to demonstrate the performances of the detector system. The first test model, the Demonstrator Model (DM), has been integrated and tested in dedicated facilities at LAM. The aim was to validate both the integration process and the simultaneous acquisition of the detectors. Dark, noise, self-compatibility and EMC performances are presented in this paper.
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J. C. Clémens, B. Serra, M. Niclas, A. Ealet, W. Gillard, A. Secroun, R. Barbier, B. Kubik, S. Ferriol, G. Smadja, E. Prieto, F. Beaumont, C. Fabron, J. Garcia, E. Grassi, and T. Maciaszek "EUCLID detector system demonstrator model: a first demonstration of the NISP detection system", Proc. SPIE 9602, UV/Optical/IR Space Telescopes and Instruments: Innovative Technologies and Concepts VII, 96020Y (22 September 2015); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2188581
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