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PROCEEDINGS VOLUME 2226

Infrared Readout Electronics II
Editor(s): Eric R. Fossum
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Volume Details

Volume Number: 2226
Date Published: 23 June 1994
Softcover: 25 papers (258) pages
ISBN: 9780819415301

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Issues in the readout of FIR- and millimeter-wave bolometers for astrophysical applications
Author(s): Peter T. Timbie; Jun-wei Zhou; Khurram Farooqui; C. Grant Willson
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Cryogenic GaAs JFETs
Author(s): Thomas J. Cunningham; Eric R. Fossum
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Progress on readout electronics for far-infrared arrays
Author(s): Erick T. Young
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Low-power high-resolution superconducting flux-quantizing A/D converter for IR array readout
Author(s): Sergey V. Rylov; R. P. Robertazzi
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Liquid-helium temperature operation of silicon-germanium heterojunction bipolar transistors
Author(s): John D. Cressler; Alvin J. Joseph; David M. Richey; James H. Comfort; David L. Harame; Emmanuel F. Crabbe; Johannes M. C. Stork
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Laser diodes for optical readout of cryo-electronics
Author(s): Lewis A. Bunz; Sergey V. Rylov; Elie K. Track
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Advanced multiplexed readouts for T<15K focal plane arrays
Author(s): David H. Seib; Michael M. Salcido; David B. Reynolds
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One-micrometer, radiation-hardened complementary metal oxide semiconductor for cryogenic analog applications
Author(s): Imelda Groves; George A. Brown; G. Pollack; K. Green; Larry C. Dawson; Arvind I. D'Souza; Chih-Chia Lin; M. Song; C. Hwang; Jason C.S. Woo; Kenneth P. MacWilliams
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40K cryogenic rad-hard CMOS readout multiplexer fabrication process
Author(s): Damian Carver; John T. Gasner; Terry M. Pierce; N. van Vonno; M. Coole; Allen W. Hairston; Randy Wilder; Frank B. Jaworski
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Hole trapping in MOSFET by hot carrier stressing and ionizing irradiation at 77K
Author(s): Naresh C. Das
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Astronomical user requirements for IR array technology
Author(s): Giovanni G. Fazio
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Infrared readout electronics: a historical perspective
Author(s): Mary J. Hewitt; John L. Vampola; Stephen H. Black; Carolyn J. Nielsen
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Direct injection readout circuit model
Author(s): Jerris F. Johnson
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Buffered direct injection multiplexer for improved uniformity and yield in infrared cameras
Author(s): Michael A. Blessinger
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Circuit design approaches for improved radiation hardness
Author(s): William J. Mandl; Carl M. Rutschow
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Evaluation of the multiplexer for the Cassini visible and infrared mapping spectrometer focal plane array
Author(s): Jeffrey D. Biggs; Michael A. Blessinger; Edward S. Brinkman; Anthony P. Westrick
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Low-bias CTIA multiplexer for 1024-element InGaAs line sensors
Author(s): Walter F. Kosonocky; William E. Kleinhans; Chung Lau; Krishna Rao Linga; Mark T. Lourie
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Comparative study of linear multiplexer designs for a remote sensing application
Author(s): Michael A. Blessinger
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Ifrared focal plane array optical interface technology
Author(s): Kevin P. Hyde; Charles S. Naiman; Stanley M. Reich; Robert C. Stirbl
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Approaches and analysis for on-focal-plane analog-to-digital conversion
Author(s): Bedabrata Pain; Eric R. Fossum
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Spiking oscillator networks for on-focal-plane image preprocessing
Author(s): Alexander I. Krymsky; Evgeny I. Cherepov
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Unique 3D architecture for high-resolution imaging
Author(s): David E. Ludwig; J. Arnold
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Low-noise CCD signal acquisition techniques
Author(s): Johannes Solhusvik; Frederic Dosiere; Jean A. Farre
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Functional variation of dual gate MOS-JFET CCD test structure
Author(s): Quiesup Kim; M. H. Zakharia
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Reliability of oxides at low temperatures
Author(s): William J. Vigrass
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