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HCTHigher Colleges of Technology (United Arab Emirates)
HCTHematopoietic Cell Transplantation
HCTHale Centre Theatre (West Valley City, UT)
HCTHonda Civic Tour (concert series)
HCTHigh Speed Cmos with Ttl
HCTHigh Speed Cmos Technology
HCTHardware Compatibility Test
HCTHeadend Configuration Tool
HCTHome Communications Terminal
HCTHigh Resolution Compression Technology
HCTHealth Care Team (medical group)
HCTHazard Control Technologies (Fayetteville, GA)
HCTHIV Counseling and Testing (various locations)
HCTHardware Compatibility Tests
HCTHamburger Computertage (Messe)
HCTHuman Capital Technology (computing)
HCTHamamatsu Cable Television (Shizuoka, Japan)
HCTHome Comfort Team (Syncro Weld, Inc.)
HCTMercury Cadmium Telluride (HgCdTe)
HCTHollow Clay Tile
HCTHelicopter Combat Support Training Squadron (US Navy aviation unit designation used from 1974 to 1977)
HCTHall Current Thruster
HCTHigh-Capacity Transport (Nortel)
HCTHawker Control Team (Hong Kong)
HCTHelical Computerized Tomography (scanning)
HCTHyundai Calibration & Certification Technologies Co Ltd (South Korea)
HCTHigh Clutter Tracker (radar)
HCTHydraulic Component Tester
HCTHub City Transit
HCTHeight Change Threshold
HCTHigh-Speed CMOS with TTL output (aka HCMOS)
HCTHartford City Taxi (Hartford, WI)
HCTHuman Intelligence Collection Team (US DoD)
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Previous investigations have demonstrated that the quantum efficiency and dark current of existing Mercury Cadmium Telluride (MCT) detectors do not meet the necessary performance requirements at the required operating temperature.
[USPRwire, Fri Apr 10 2015] South America SWIR Market By Material Type (Indium Gallium Arsenide, Mercury cadmium Telluride, Indium Antimonide and Lead Sulfide), By Application and By Industry Type - Analysis and Forecast (2014-2019)
The MIR detection is performed with a Stirling-cooled mercury cadmium telluride focal plane array detector (256 by 256 pixels),which records interferograms over the MI R wavelength region simultaneously for all pixels within the FOR.
Mercury cadmium telluride; growth, properties, and applications.
Current LWIR cameras are based on mercury cadmium telluride (MCT) materials, but the Type-II superlattice is mercury-free, more robust, and can be deposited with better uniformity.
The book begins with optical wave propagation and includes discussions on electromagnetic wave propagation, geometric optics, propagation of Gaussian beam and diffraction theory Infrared techniques, including device physics, mercury cadmium telluride, indium antimonide, and Schottky-barrier, sprite and pyroelectric detectors, are described in Chapter 2.
A highly sensitive mercury cadmium telluride (MCT) FPA camera with 64 x 64 pixels was used for mid-IR imaging measurement to meet both sensitivity and spatial resolution requirements for most applications.
Two-color FPAs, or dual-band photovoltaic mercury cadmium telluride (HgCdTe) detectors are another FPA development that offer near-background limited performance and high producibility.
Sofradir, the France based manufacturer of cooled infrared detectors based on mercury cadmium telluride (MCT/HgCdTe) for military, space and commercial applications, has finalized a deal to purchase the infrared (IR) detector technology development and manufacturing facilities of Sagem (part of Safran group) and Thales.