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Readout Integrated Circuits

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WILSONVILLE, Ore., Dec. 27, 2021 — Readout Integrated CircuitsThe ISC1504, ISC1901, and ISC1902 readout integrated circuit (ROIC) devices from Teledyne FLIR feature a 10-µm pitch.

At a resolution of 1920 × 1080, the ISC1504 is the largest format ROIC offered and optimized for InGaAs/VisGaAs detectors, using a capacitive transimpedance amplifier input circuit for P-on-N detectors. The ISC1504 supports anti-blooming, input skimming, multiple integration modes, and selectable output modes. A simple user interface with analog outputs allows for easy integration into high-resolution systems. The ISC1901, with a 2048 × 1536 resolution, and the ISC1902, with a 2048 × 2048 resolution, are designed for P-on-N detectors with a direct injection input circuit. Both support single sample or subframe averaging for effective well fill of 3 to 19 million electrons, respectively.

Applications range from academic research to demanding military IR systems.


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Dec 2021
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