Digital positionsensitive detector

Based on amorphous silicon thinfilm technology, the Digital Position Sensitive Detector (DPSD) uses a new intrinsically linear measuring principle for excellent accuracy without calibration. The DPSD structure eliminates the analog resistive layers of conventional PSDs, avoiding attendant nonlinearity and inhomogeneity. The DPSD operates between 400 and 700 nm and is semitransparent between 600 and 700 nm.

Aug 1st, 1994

Based on amorphous silicon thinfilm technology, the Digital Position Sensitive Detector (DPSD) uses a new intrinsically linear measuring principle for excellent accuracy without calibration. The DPSD structure eliminates the analog resistive layers of conventional PSDs, avoiding attendant nonlinearity and inhomogeneity. The DPSD operates between 400 and 700 nm and is semitransparent between 600 and 700 nm.

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