A New Uncooled FPA Supplier?

Start-up Bridge Semiconductor is developing low-cost 160 x 120 uncooled FPAs based on pyroelectric PVDF thin films deposited on conventional microbridges. The company is relying on a Direct Digital Signal Conditioning™ (DDSC) technology which the company says is 1000 times more sensitive than existing circuits and produces a digital output at each pixel.|

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