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13 October 1986 HgCdTe Focal Plane Arrays For Low Background Astronomical Applications
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Mercury cadmium telluride is a promising detector material for low background astronomical imaging and spectroscopy in the near infrared. We have begun a program to measure dark current as a function of temperature in both isolated HgCdTe diode arrays and arrays which have been bump-bonded to silicon multiplexers. In this paper, we describe measurements of 2.5 μm cutoff diode material and a hybrid array with a CCD readout. Measurements of 52 μm x 52 μm detectors indicate that id may be less than 50-100 e-/sec at 87 K.
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Mark Hereld and D. A. Harper "HgCdTe Focal Plane Arrays For Low Background Astronomical Applications", Proc. SPIE 0627, Instrumentation in Astronomy VI, (13 October 1986); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.968122
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