Teledyne’s H2RG detector images suffer from crosshatch like patterns, which arise from subpixel quantum efficiency (QE) variation. We present our measurements of this subpixel QE variation in the Habitable-Zone Planet Finder’s H2RG detector. We present a simple model to estimate the impact of subpixel QE variations on the radial velocity and how a first-order correction can be implemented to correct for the artifact in the spectrum. We also present how the HPF’s future upgraded laser frequency comb will enable us to implement this correction.
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