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5 August 2002 Advanced imaging sensors at Rockwell Scientific Company
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The past 2 to 3 years has been a period of explosive growth in technology development for imaging sensors at Rockwell Scientific Co. (RSC). The state of the art has been advanced significantly, resulting in a number of unique advanced imaging sensor products. A few key examples are: 2048 x 2048 sensor chip assemblies (SCA) for ground and space-based applications, 4096 x 4096 mosaic close-butted mosaic FPA assemblies, a very high performance 10 x 1024 hybridized linear SCA for optical network monitoring and other applications, the revolutionary CMOS ProCam-HD imaging system-on-a-chip for high definition television (HDTV), and RSC's near-infrared emission microscope camera for VLSI defect detection/analysis. This paper provides selected updates of these products and thereby provides an overview of the ongoing highly fertile period of technology and product development at Rockwell Scientific. A view into future directions for advanced imaging sensors is also provided.
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