Export Controls of a-Si in Flux

The unique status of export controls on uncooled amorphous silicon (a-Si) focal plane arrays (FPAs) is about to undergo some changes. The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) has asked for a unilateral control on U.S. exports of a-Si FPA technology.|

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