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7 September 2006 Design considerations of ROIC for single color LWIR and multicolor IR focal plane arrays
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LWIR and Multi-color LWIR Focal Planes are being developed for a variety of Space applications. A variety of Focal Plane array technologies, that includes HgCdTe, PbSnTe and other novel technologies are being developed. These detectors FPAs will require High quality two-dimensional, small unit cell, Silicon CMOS based ROICs for efficient read-out circuits. This Paper will discuss some of the salient features of various approaches being developed for the IR focal plane applications. We will also present Trade-off analysis for design of a trans-impedance input amplifier with reset and compact signal average for low noise performance. We will also discuss the various approaches for design of an A/D converter with high linearity and speed. We will discuss approaches to achieve ROIC with low noise floor, high dynamic range and high frame rate.
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Ashok Sood, James Egerton, Yash Puri, Latika Becker, Timothy Cook, and Fouad Kiamilev "Design considerations of ROIC for single color LWIR and multicolor IR focal plane arrays", Proc. SPIE 6294, Infrared and Photoelectronic Imagers and Detector Devices II, 62940A (7 September 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.684641
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