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Infrared detection

  • Joseph Caniou
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Abstract

The historic which has been recalled previously shows how the modern techniques of emission or detection of electromagnetic waves fit in with the development of science and techniques. Within the optical spectrum, the use of infrared waves for image formation is a very recent activity which is covered by various physical sciences including thermodynamics, solid state physics, optics or electronics. Its implementation calls upon skills in microelectronics, cryogenics, optical instrumentation, optical material technology, electronics and signal processing.

Keywords

Infrared Camera Photon Noise Indium Antimonide Technical Definition Atmospheric Window 
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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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