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26 August 1998 Point source detection with pixelless QWIP: comparison study to optimize the spectral band
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Recent developments on QWIP-LED detectors have led to Pixelless Imaging Devices. These detectors convert a thermal IR image into a near-IR image giving the possibility to image an IR scene at a higher resolution on the same detector area. Their use into a surveillance system is of great interest. The aim of this theoretical study is to compare the Signal-to-Noise ratio obtained with different spectral bands of these new pixelless sensors.
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Daniel St-Germain and Paul C. Chevrette "Point source detection with pixelless QWIP: comparison study to optimize the spectral band", Proc. SPIE 3377, Infrared Imaging Systems: Design, Analysis, Modeling, and Testing IX, (26 August 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.319385
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