cooled infrared detector

cooled infrared detector

[′küld ‚in·frə′red di′tek·tər]
(electronics)
An infrared detector that must be operated at cryogenic temperatures, such as at the temperature of liquid nitrogen, to obtain the desired infrared sensitivity.
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The new technique allowed a grapheme-based device to compete, at room temperature, with a traditional, cooled infrared detector.
He says: "I was looking for a camera that would enable us to do comparable nondestructive test work I had already performed with high-specification, cooled infrared detector systems but at a price that was affordable.
L-3 CE will design and manufacture its state-of-the-art ROICs for its cooled infrared detectors using Cypresss proprietary process technology at the Cypress Foundry Solutions wafer fabrication facility in Bloomington, Minnesota.
Under this agreement, financial details of which were not available, L-3 CE will design and manufacture its state-of-the-art ROICs for its cooled infrared detectors using Cypress's proprietary process technology at the Cypress Foundry Solutions wafer fabrication facility in Bloomington, Minnesota.
L-3 CE will design and manufacture its state-of-the-art ROICs for its cooled infrared detectors using Cypress s proprietary process technology at the Cypress Foundry Solutions wafer fabrication facility in Bloomington, Minnesota.