Problems of automated hartmanogramm processing while controlling optical systems using Hartmann technique are considered. Examined a separation phase and shown algorithms elaborated for locating the spots.
We describe design of two-polarization imaging array of 7 antenna-coupled TES-bolometers. The fabrication procedure
involves both electron beam lithography and convenient optical lithography resulting in submicron definition of TES
absorber films (down to ~ 0.2 μm) integrated within planar submm-wave antenna. Concept of matching optics between
the long-focus optical telescope and lens-antenna TES bolometer array is described. Two-mirror short-focusing beam
concentrator in combination with image rotator provides signal coupling to immersion lenses of the array. Each TES
bolometer is coupled via microstrip transmission line to only one polarization of two-polarization crossed double-slot
lens-antenna. Design of cryogenic 0.3-K system accommodating the matching optics is presented. We describe
multiplexing readout scheme, which combines tomography, rotational scanning of the image and frequency domain
division methods that drastically reduce the amount of wiring and substantially increase the final image resolution,
especially for low-dimension arrays.