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27 March 2013 Introducing a 384x288 pixel terahertz camera core
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Terahertz is a field in expansion with the emergence of various security needs such as parcel inspection and through-camouflage vision. Terahertz wavebands are characterized by long wavelengths compared to the traditional infrared and visible spectra. However, it has recently been demonstrated that a 52 μm pixel pitch microscanned down to an efficient sampling pitch of 26 μm could provide useful information even using a 118.83 μm wavelength. With this in mind, INO has developed a terahertz camera core based on a 384x288 pixel 35 μm pixel pitch uncooled bolometric terahertz detector. The camera core provides full 16-bit output video rate.
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C. Chevalier, L, Mercier, F. Duchesne, L. Gagnon, B. Tremblay, M. Terroux, F. Généreux, J.-E. Paultre, F. Provençal, Y. Desroches, L. Marchese, H. Jerominek, C. Alain, and A. Bergeron "Introducing a 384x288 pixel terahertz camera core", Proc. SPIE 8624, Terahertz, RF, Millimeter, and Submillimeter-Wave Technology and Applications VI, 86240F (27 March 2013); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2002699
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