Wednesday, April 23, 2014

Brandywine Photonics Shows 1st Picture from its Deeply Depleted BSI Sensor

Brandywine Photonics got first images from its FBX-640×512 BSI CMOS sensor with deep depletion, specifically designed for hyperspectral imaging with enhanced NIR sensitivity. The QE, dark noise, and frame rate numbers will be reported later. The sensor was first announced in May 2013 as being in the fab.

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  1. If you would like to see more data, Stefan will present a paper at SPIE DSS in Baltimore on May 5th, 2014.
    "A monolithic 640 × 512 CMOS imager with high-NIR sensitivity" Paper 9070-2
    Author(s): Stefan C. Lauxtermann, Sensor Creations, Inc.,John Fisher, Brandywine Photonics, LLC, Michael H. MacDougal, Attollo Engineering, LLC


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