Dr. Maurice J. Halmos
Fellow at Raytheon Co
SPIE Involvement:
Publications (5)

SPIE Press Book | 13 February 2024
KEYWORDS: LIDAR, Signal to noise ratio, Sensors, Signal detection, Pulse signals, Photons, Receivers, Interference (communication), Tunable filters, Target detection

Proceedings Article | 21 August 2003 Paper
Proceedings Volume 5086, (2003) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.503205
KEYWORDS: Sensors, LIDAR, 3D acquisition, Avalanche photodetectors, Detector arrays, Readout integrated circuits, 3D image processing, Clocks, Target detection, Staring arrays

Proceedings Article | 12 November 2001 Paper
Michael Jack, James Asbrock, C. Anderson, Steven Bailey, George Chapman, E. Gordon, P. Herning, Murray Kalisher, Kim Kosai, V. Liquori, Valerie Randall, Joseph Rosbeck, Sanghamitra Sen, P. Wetzel, Maurice Halmos, Patrick Trotta, Andrew Hunter, John Jensen, Terence de Lyon, W. Johnson, B. Walker, Ward Trussel, Andy Hutchinson, Raymond Balcerak
Proceedings Volume 4454, (2001) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.448175
KEYWORDS: Avalanche photodetectors, Mercury cadmium telluride, Liquid phase epitaxy, Diodes, Sensors, LIDAR, Semiconducting wafers, Reactive ion etching, Photomicroscopy, Laser systems engineering

Proceedings Article | 19 September 2001 Paper
Maurice Halmos, Michael Jack, James Asbrock, C. Anderson, Steven Bailey, George Chapman, E. Gordon, P. Herning, Murray Kalisher, Louis Klaras, Kim Kosai, V. Liquori, Mike Pines, Valerie Randall, Robin Reeder, Joseph Rosbeck, Sanghamitra Sen, Patrick Trotta, P. Wetzel, Andrew Hunter, John Jensen, T. DeLyon, Charlie Trussell, James Hutchinson, Raymond Balcerak
Proceedings Volume 4377, (2001) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.440096
KEYWORDS: Avalanche photodetectors, Sensors, LIDAR, Staring arrays, 3D acquisition, Mercury cadmium telluride, Signal to noise ratio, Indium, Liquid phase epitaxy, Detector arrays

Proceedings Article | 16 November 1992 Paper
Maurice Halmos, John Wang
Proceedings Volume 10269, 102690H (1992) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.161579
KEYWORDS: LIDAR, Laser systems engineering, Sensors, Laser range finders, Laser development

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