Operating Uncooled Resistive Bolometers in a Closed-Loop Mode

Denoual Matthieu and Allègre Gilles (Editors)
GREYC-UMR6072, ENSICAEN, University of Caen, Caen, France

Series: Energy Science, Engineering and Technology
BISAC: SCI024000

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When feedback configurations are available, operating sensors in a closed-loop mode have advantages over the open-loop mode, including improved linearity and wider dynamic range. This book proposes feedback configurations referred to as external electronic feedback (EEF) to improve the performance of uncooled resistive bolometers. EEF is an effective technique to speed up bolometers without significantly complicating the system. By operating bolometers in closed-loop mode, not only can performance be improved, but new functions can be facilitated, such as self-test and self-calibration allowing for complete smart bolometers. (Imprint: Nova)

ABSTRACT

1. INTRODUCTION

2. CLOSED-LOOP OPERATION FOR BOLOMETERS

3. TOWARD SMART BOLOMETERS

CONCLUSION

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