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21 August 1998 Test and selection of Aladdin II arrays for IRCS: Redline electronics for IRCS
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The IR camera and spectrograph (IRCS) a facility instrument for the 8.2m Subaru Telescope is being built at the University of Hawaii, Institute for Astronomy. IRCS will use a 1024 X 1024 InSb array for spectroscopy and another 1024 X 1024 InSb array for IR imaging. In a collaborative effort with the team members of SpX2, a test system has been fabricated for joint testing of 1024 X 1024 InSb ALADDIN II based arrays. This document is a preliminary report on the test results of the science grade array provided by the Subaru Telescope Project. It is a possible candidate for inclusion in IRCS.
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Peter M. Onaka, Alan T. Tokunaga, Naoto Kobayashi, Mark Weber, John T. Rayner, Anthony J. Denault, Darryl Y. Watanabe, and Gregory K. Ching "Test and selection of Aladdin II arrays for IRCS: Redline electronics for IRCS", Proc. SPIE 3354, Infrared Astronomical Instrumentation, (21 August 1998);


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