Multielement detectors

  • Joseph Caniou
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Abstract

Multielement detectors are designed essentially for image analysis. Functioning along one of the physical principles studied in the preceding chapters, they are either thermal detectors or photodetectors. Consequently they have the qualities and drawbacks associated with each class.

Keywords

Focal Plane Array Photon Detector Detector Element Storage Capacitor Readout Circuit 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Joseph Caniou
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  1. 1.Centre d’Electronique de l’Armement (CELAR)DGABruzFrance

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