Infrared readout electronics: a historical perspective

@inproceedings{Hewitt1994InfraredRE,
  title={Infrared readout electronics: a historical perspective},
  author={M. Hewitt and J. Vampola and S. Black and Carolyn J. Nielsen},
  booktitle={Defense, Security, and Sensing},
  year={1994}
}
Santa Barbara Research Center, Hughes, and Hughes Technology Center have designed and built second generation readout circuits since the early 70's. This paper will discuss the evolution, problem areas, and system design drivers that drove the development of these circuits. The discussion will range from the earliest monolithic implementation of the readouts to the newer hybrid approaches which incorporate a high level of integration. Areas addressed will be the transition from NMOS or PMOS to… Expand
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