2011

High-Dynamic-Range Read Out Circuit

The NSC1101 from New Imaging Technologies (NIT) Corp. (Verrières le Buisson, France) is a high-dynamic-range read out circuit (ROIC) designed to interface with photodiode arrays. The NSC1101 has a VGA format (640×512 pixels), and the ROIC offers a pitch of 15μm. Because of its Native Wide Dynamic Range™ of more than 120 dB, the sensor does not require any setting or exposure time control.

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The NSC1101
The circuit can be used with infrared sensing materials, including InSb, InGaAs, or HgCdTe. The circuit can operate at a cryogenic temperature of 80K. Other photo-sensing materials, such as AsGa for THz or x-ray detection, have been already successfully used.



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