Teledyne Imaging Sensors: infrared imaging technologies for astronomy and civil space

@inproceedings{Beletic2008TeledyneIS,
  title={Teledyne Imaging Sensors: infrared imaging technologies for astronomy and civil space},
  author={James William Beletic and R. Blank and David J. Gulbransen and Donald W. Lee and Markus Loose and E. C. Piquette and Thomas Sprafke and William E. Tennant and Majid Zandian and Joseph Zino},
  booktitle={Astronomical Telescopes + Instrumentation},
  year={2008}
}
Teledyne Imaging Sensors develops and produces high performance infrared sensors, electronics and packaging for astronomy and civil space. These IR sensors are hybrid CMOS arrays, with HgCdTe used for light detection and a silicon integrated circuit for signal readout. Teledyne manufactures IR sensors in a variety of sizes and formats. Currently, the most advanced sensors are based on the Hawaii-2RG (H2RG), 2K×2K array with 18 μm pixel pitch. The HgCdTe detector achieves very low dark… CONTINUE READING

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