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A low-cost uncooled infrared microbolometer detector in standard CMOS technology
This paper reports the development of a low-cost uncooled infrared microbolometer detector using a commercial 0.8 /spl mu/m CMOS process, where the CMOS n-well layer is used as the infrared sensitiveExpand
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Low-cost uncooled infrared detector arrays in standard CMOS
This paper reports the development of a low-cost 128 x 128 uncooled infrared focal plane array (FPA) based on suspended and thermally isolated CMOS p+-active/n-well diodes. The FPA is fabricatedExpand
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A Low-Cost 128 $\times$ 128 Uncooled Infrared Detector Array in CMOS Process
This paper discusses the implementation of a low-cost 128 times 128 uncooled infrared microbolometer detector array together with its integrated readout circuit (ROC) using a standard 0.35 mum n-wellExpand
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A low cost uncooled infrared microbolometer focal plane array using the CMOS n-well layer
This paper reports a low-cost, 256-pixel uncooled infrared microbolometer focal plane array (FPA) implemented using a 0.8 /spl mu/m CMOS process where the n-well layer is used as the activeExpand
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Label-Free DNA Detection Using a Charge Sensitive CMOS Microarray Sensor Chip
This paper presents label-free DNA detection using a charge sensitive microarray sensor. The microarray sensor, fabricated with a standard CMOS process, contains 1024 detector elements integratedExpand
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MT3825BA: a 384×288-25µm ROIC for uncooled microbolometer FPAs
This paper reports the development of a new microbolometer Readout Integrated Circuit (ROIC) called MT3825BA. It has a format of 384 × 288 and a pixel pitch of 25μm. MT3825BA is Mikro-Tasarim’sExpand
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Low-cost uncooled infrared detectors in CMOS process
Abstract This paper reports the implementation and comparison of two low-cost uncooled infrared microbolometer detectors that can be implemented using standard n-well CMOS processes. One type isExpand
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Capturing and detection of MCF-7 breast cancer cells with a CMOS image sensor
Abstract This paper presents a CMOS image sensor with a 32 × 32 pixel array for cell capture, detection, and quantification. Pixels measuring 15 μm × 15 μm have a modified structure, suitable forExpand
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Uncooled microbolometer infrared focal plane array in standard CMOS
This paper reports implementation of a low-cost microbolometer focal plane array using n-well layer in a CMOS process as the microbolometer material. N-well microbolometer structures are suspendedExpand
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A miniature low-cost LWIR camera with a 160×120 microbolometer FPA
This paper presents the development of a miniature LWIR thermal camera, MSE070D, which targets value performance infrared imaging applications, where a 160x120 CMOS-based microbolometer FPA isExpand
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