SWIR


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AcronymDefinition
SWIRShort Wave Infrared (aka Short Wavelength Infrared)
SWIRShort Wavelength Infrared (aka Short Wave Infrared)
SWIRShort Wave Infrared Radiometer
SWIRSo Wrong, It's Right
SWIRSoftware Inspection Report
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Based on the material by which they are formed, the SWIR market is segmented into indium gallium arsenide (InGaAs), mercury cadmium telluride, lead sulfide, and indium antimonide.
The South American SWIR market was dominated by Brazil, which accounted for the highest market share, followed by Argentina.
Germanium SWIR photodetectors have also shown promise as a low cost alternative but exhibit much higher dark current and require significant cooling down to ~200K.
have announced an agreement to jointly develop an integrated TE cooled SWIR FPA that may provide a significant advantage over traditional TECs.
HOT SITES Beyond the unusual seafloor surface, expeditions to both Gakkel and SWIR brought an additional surprising discovery: cloudy, warm patches in the water column that contain unusually high concentrations of minerals.
The SWIR imagery is absolutely ideal for this purpose, and it supports a range of other emergency activities, said Chris.
Exelis built the integrated, super-spectral imaging system, which includes a telescope, sensor and SWIR system, for the WorldView-3 satellite.
Making the Goldeye the smallest SWIR camera with Gigabit Ethernet interface in the market, the new rectangular housing is considerably smaller and lighter.