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28 September 2011 New InGaAs SWIR imaging solutions from III-VLab
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SWIR image sensors based on p-i-n photodiodes arrays present a tremendous interest in applications often requiring a high intra-scene dynamics. This paper describes a single-chip InGaAs SWIR camera with more than 120 dB intrinsic operational dynamic range with an innovative CMOS ROIC technology initially developed by New Imaging Technologies for visible CMOS camera chip. A simplified camera with on chip fixed pattern noise correction is presented. We also present the next generation of focal plane arrays (FPA) based on a VGA format of 640 x 512 pixels with a pitch of 15 μm. These FPAs are associated to a logarithmic wide dynamic range ROIC. We give the electro-optics performances and particularly the visible extension capabilities. This InGaAs VGA logarithmic single-chip camera allows a high resolution SWIR camera with minimized system complexity and low power consumption.
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J. L. Reverchon, J. Decobert, O. Huet, N. Lagay, A. Rouvie, J. A. Robo, Y. Ni, B. Arion, V. Noguier, and Y. M. Zhu "New InGaAs SWIR imaging solutions from III-VLab", Proc. SPIE 8185, Electro-Optical and Infrared Systems: Technology and Applications VIII, 818506 (28 September 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.898351
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