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20 September 2001 Small infrared sensors
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Small, low cost, low poer infrared imaging sensors are relatively recent innovation, employing the most advanced MEMS processing techniques, integrated circuit design, optical materials, and focal plane array packaging. We will review the rationale behind the development of low cost, small IR cameras, discuss several of the medium performance applications for these sensors via a modeling analysis, discuss the goals and status of our applied research uncooled focal plane array technology programs, and discuss the future of uncooled focal plane arrays.
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Stuart B. Horn, Dieter Lohrmann, James E. Miller, Kent McCormack, Gwendolyn W. Newsome, James C. Brown, James Campbell Jr., Philip Perconti, and Gene A. Klager "Small infrared sensors", Proc. SPIE 4364, Unmanned Ground Vehicle Technology III, (20 September 2001); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.439987
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