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Supplier: California Eastern Laboratories - CEL
Description: The NR8300FP-CC is an InGaAs avalanche photo diode module in a coaxial package with single mode fiber, and can be used in OTDR systems.
- Active Area Diameter or Length: 0.0300 mm
- Dark Current: 5 nA
- Operating Temperature: -40 to 85 C
- PN, PIN, or Avalanche: Avalanche Photodiode
Supplier: HORIBA Scientific
Description: electron multiplier in the PMT. It is because of this large gain and low noise that a PMT provides significantly better low light sensitivity than a photodiode or APD. Looking for NIR Detection? For NIR detection beyond 900 nm please take a look at our CoolOne cooled PMT housing for
- Active Area Diameter or Length: 8 mm
- Active Area Height: 24 mm
- Applied Voltage: 1250 volts
- Dark Current: 0.1000 nA
Supplier: Excelitas Technologies Corp.
Description: An Avalanche Photodiode (APD) provides higher sensitivity than a standard photodiode. It is ideal for extreme low-level light (LLL) detection and photon counting. Offered in Silicon or InGaAs materials, these devices provide detectivity from 400 nm - 1100 nm. Multiple configurations
- Active Area Diameter or Length: 1.5 mm
- Array: Yes
- Dark Current: 100 to 200 nA
- Noise Equivalent Power (NEP): 9 to 33 W/Hz½
Supplier: Electro Optical Components, Inc.
Description: InGaAs model FWPR-20-IN achieves similar results as a much more expensive and complex system based on a liquid nitrogen cooled Germanium detector with external amplifier. As a result of the already integrated verylow-noise high-gain amplifier signals in the Volt range can beShow More
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Compact multichannel receiver using InGaAs APDs for single-pulse eye-safe laser radar imagery
The detector assembly includes a multichannel fiber optic input connector, fiber optic waveguide distribution system , InGaAs APD detectors and APD biasing circuitry, mounted on a multilayer circuit card.
Eye-safe laser radar 3D imaging
A 32 x 32 Pixel FLASH Laser Radar System Incorporating InGaAs PIN and APD Detectors , SPIE AeroSense, Defense and Security Symposium 4/04, session 2.
Characterization of 3-D imaging lidar for hazard avoidance and autonomous landing on the Moon
… Richmond, R., "Eye-safe laser radar 3-D imaging", Proc. of SPIE, Vol. 5412, 2004 4 Dries, J.C., Miles, B., Stettner, R., "A 32 x 32 Pixel FLASH Laser Radar System Incorporating InGaAs PIN and APD Detectors ", Proc. of SPIE …
Low-cost ladar imagers
 Dries J.C., Miles B., and Stettner R., “A 32 x 32 pixel FLASH laser radar system incorporating InGaAs PIN and APD detectors ”, Proc. SPIE, 5412, 250-256 (2004).
Three-dimensional FLASH laser radar range estimation via blind deconvolution
 J. C. Dries, B. Miles, and R. Stettner, “A 32 x 32 pixel FLASH laser radar system incorporating InGaAs PIN and APD detectors ,” Proc. SPIE , 250 (2004).
Target detection and recognition techniques of line imaging ladar sensor
 Dries, J. C., Miles, B.and Stettner, R, “A 32 x 32 Pixel FLASH Laser Radar System Incorporating InGaAs PIN and APD Detectors ,” Proc. SPIE 5412, 250-256 (2004).
Simulation study of new generation of airborne scannerless LiDAR system
A 32 x 32 pixel FLASH laser radar system incorporating InGaAs PIN and APD detectors .
Advances in tactical laser radar
Brian Miles, and R. Stettner, “A 32 x 32 pixel FLASH laser radar system incorporating InGaAs PIN and APD detectors ,” Proceedings of SPIE Vol. 5412, 2004.
Imaging laser radar simulation software and experiments for enhanced and synthetic vision system design
The second system is a normal infrared JR scanning camera with an InGaAs APD as detector and the third system is a gated viewing laser radar system working at a wavelength of 532nm.
Active imaging models and systems to see through adverse conditions:
application to the surveillance of an aircraft environment
Using the datasheet of these commercial laser systems and those of APD Si/ InGaAs detectors , we derive the following parameters for the emitter and receiver channels used in the simulations (See Table 2).