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Radical rise-time enhancement of a resistive IRSP array
Technologies for Synthetic Environments: Hardware-in-the-Loop XVII
Santa Barbara Infrared (SBIR) produces high performance resistive emitter arrays for its line of IR Scene Projector (IRSP) products. These arrays operate in modes supporting up to 400 hertz frame rates. The physical properties of the microelectromechanical emitter pixel structures cause the transition times for temperature slewing to be well over the 2.5 milliseconds required to support 400 hertz operation. This paper expands on a study previously conducted by SBIR to determine the maximumdoi:10.1117/12.922983 fatcat:dwqkwt4s45fgrbo5sfsr5oyqwa