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.
Meanwhile, cooled infrared detector markets are expected to continue to grow due to technological improvements in superlattice detectors and high operating temperature ("HOT") FPAs.
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.
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.