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Title: NbN A/D Conversion of IR Focal Plane Sensor Signal at 10 K
Authors: Eaton, L.
Durand, D.
Sandell, R.
Spargo, J.
Krabach, T.
Issue Date: 16-Oct-1994
Citation: Boston, Massachusetts, USA
Abstract: We are implementing a 12 bit SFQ counting ADC with parallel-to-serial readout using our established 10 K NbN capability. This circuit provides a key element of the analog signal processor (ASP) used in large infrared focal plane arrays. The circuit processes the signal data stream from a Si:As BIB detector array. A 10 mega samples per second (MSPS) pixel data stream flows from the chip at a 120 megabit bit rate in a format that is compatible with other superconductive time dependent processor (TDP) circuits being developed. We will discuss our planned ASP demonstration, the circuit design, and test results.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2014/33617
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