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Radiation-Hardened HDTV Sensors, Phase I

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Radiation-Hardened HDTV Sensors, Phase I
High-performance HDTV cameras are commercially widespread, but are not presently available in radiation-hard versions. The objective of the proposed SBIR effort is to develop and commercialize a radiation-hard, high-performance HDTV sensor for NASA missions and other space-based and high-energy physics applications. Key features of this program are the use of radiation-hard, fully depleted silicon photodiodes to maximize quantum efficiency, and the use of both radiation-hard-by-process and radiation-hard-by-design strategies in the development of the highly integrated readout circuit. Voxtel anticipates that its technology will enter the program at TRL=3, finish Phase I at TRL=4, and exit the Phase II program at TRL=5. More »

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