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  1. Using A High-Line-Rate SWIR Line Scan Camera To Capture Fast-Changing Optical Light Variation
    11/12/2010
    This article describes observations about office lighting that were discovered while investigating ways to illustrate the speed of a new high-speed, indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) line scan camera (SU1024LDH2). By Douglas Malchow, Sensors Unlimited – Goodrich ISR Systems
  2. Guest Column: Using A High-Line-Rate SWIR Line Scan Camera To Capture Fast-Changing Optical Light Variation
    11/12/2010
    This article describes observations about office lighting that were discovered while investigating ways to illustrate the speed of a new high-speed, indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) line scan camera (SU1024LDH2). By Douglas Malchow, Sensors Unlimited – Goodrich ISR Systems
  3. Application Note: Using SWIR In Intelligence, Surveillance, And Reconnaissance (ISR) Military And Security Systems
    8/31/2010
    Responding to the Global War on Terrorism (GWOT) has become the focus of U.S. Defense policy, and with that, the need for greater intelligence collection has moved upward in priority.
  4. Article: Imaging PV Cells
    4/27/2010
    Researchers and manufacturers of concentrated photovoltaic (CPV) cells have recently achieved record solar cell conversion efficiencies of 41 percent by overlaying three semiconductor layers. By Doug Malchow, Sensors Unlimited - Goodrich ISR Systems
  5. Imaging PV Cells
    4/27/2010
    Researchers and manufacturers of concentrated photovoltaic (CPV) cells have recently achieved record solar cell conversion efficiencies of 41 percent by overlaying three semiconductor layers. By Doug Malchow, Sensors Unlimited - Goodrich ISR Systems
  6. Datasheet: High Sensitivity Shortwave IR Camera w/ Enhanced Dynamic Range: 640KTSX
    3/11/2010

    The compact 640KTSX-1.7RT is an InGaAs video camera featuring high-sensitivity and wide dynamic range. It provides real-time daylight to low-light imaging in the Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) wavelength spectrum for persistent surveillance, laser detection, and penetration through fog, dust, and smoke.

  7. NIR Trends: Machine Vision In The Short Wave Infrared
    2/19/2010
    Manufacturers have used cameras to monitor their processes since the first industrial cameras were made available. What do you do when there are no visible differences to distinguish good product from bad?
  8. Expanding The Dynamic Range Of Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) Imagery
    1/22/2010
    Advances have been made in short wave infrared (SWIR) imaging technology to address the most demanding imaging and surveillance applications. Multiple techniques have been developed and deployed in Goodrich’s SWIR indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) cameras to increase the dynamic range performance of standard, commercial off-theshelf (COTS) products. By Marc Hansen, Sensors Unlimited, Inc.
  9. White Paper: Expanding The Dynamic Range Of Short Wave Infrared (SWIR) Imagery
    1/22/2010
    Advances have been made in short wave infrared (SWIR) imaging technology to address the most demanding imaging and surveillance applications. Multiple techniques have been developed and deployed in Goodrich’s SWIR indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs) cameras to increase the dynamic range performance of standard, commercial off-theshelf (COTS) products. By Marc Hansen, Sensors Unlimited, Inc.
  10. Article: NIR Trends: Photoluminescence Inspection Of Photovoltaics With SWIR Imaging
    11/9/2009
    Contactless machine-vision inspection using photoluminescence (PL) imaging with shortwave infrared (SWIR) cameras can help solar cell producers improve both efficiency and quality of their photovoltaic products. Inspection of silicon bulk ingots, sliced wafers, processed layers, and complete photovoltaic cells is possible with SWIR imaging. By Douglas Malchow, Business Development Manager for Industrial Products Sensors Unlimited, Inc., part of Goodrich Corporation