Uncooled Infrared Imaging Arrays and Systems, 47

  • Robert Willardson, Consulting Physicist, Spokane, Washington, U.S.A.
    • Eicke Weber, University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.
      • David Skatrud, Associate Director, Physics Division, Department of the Army, Research Triangle Park
        • Paul Kruse

        Audience

        Materials scientists (semiconductor, especially silicone and electronic materials); electrical engineers (electronic devices) and researchers in imaging techniques; graduate students and practitioners. Engineers and scientistsat government and industrial laboratories. Can be used as a supplement for a senior undergraduate/graduate class on infrared technology. Of interest in the United States, Japan, U.K., France, and Russia.

 

Book information

  • Published: October 1997
  • Imprint: ACADEMIC PRESS
  • ISBN: 978-0-12-752155-8


Table of Contents

G. Buser and M.F. Tompsett, Historical Overview. P.W. Kruse, Principles of Uncooled Infrared Focal Plane Arrays. A. Wood, Monolithic Silicon Resistive Microbolometer Arrays. C. Hanson, Hybrid Pyroelectric/Ferroelectric Bolometer Arrays. D.L. Polla and J.R. Choi, Monolithic Pyroelectric Bolometer Arrays. N. Teranishi, Thermoelectric Uncooled Infrared Focal Plane Array. M.F. Tompsett, Pyroelectric Vidicon. T.W. Kenny, Tunneling Infrared Sensors. J.R. Vig, R.L. Filler, and Y. Kim, Application of Quartz Microresonators to Uncooled IR Imaging Arrays. Subject Index.