Thus, high injection efficiency, high charge sensitivity, large dynamic range, large storage capacity, and low noise can be achieved In the BGMI circuit with the pixel size of 50×50 μm2.

INFRARED DETECTOR ARRAYS - Professional 2009-12-17 · 〉 buffer amplifi er noise for buffered direct injection circuit 33.2 INTRODUCTION Infrared sensors have been available since the 1940s to detect, measure, and image the thermal radia-tion emitted by all objects. Due to advanced detector materials and microelectronics, large scanning Infrared Readout IC (ROIC) | FORZA Silicon Corporation Multitude of pixel architectures: direct-injection (DI), capacitive transimpedance amplifier (CTIA), buffered direct injection (BDI), buffered gate modulation input (BGMI), along with custom circuits for ROIC pixels; Integrated on-ROIC reference generation and buffering; Integrated on-ROIC digital timing generation, control, register space

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Buffered direct injection pixel for infrared detector 2015-11-17 · A buffered direct injection pixel is disclosed that includes a photodiode for receiving an input signal, a direct injection transistor associated with the photodiode, and a Sackinger current mirror coupled with the direct injection transistor, providing reduced size, low noise and low power, as compared to prior art buffered direct injection pixels.

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CMOS readout circuit design for infrared image sensors Schematic of the gate modulation input (GMI) readout cell circuit. The buffered direct injection (BDI) readout cell [4], as shown in Fig. 5, has lower input resistance and can provide precise biasing voltage to the photodiode compared to the DI readout cell. An amplifier with gain of Av is adopted to provide negative feedback to the gate of the Migrate HTTP handlers and modules to ASP.NET Core