Export Controls on a-Si Microbolometers Take New Turn

The U.S. State Department has filed a Commodity Jurisdiction (CJ) asking that uncooled amorphous silicon (a-Si) FPAs and modules be placed on the Munitions List (USML) rather than be licensed as a dual-use item by the Commerce Department. This move would place strict controls on a-Si modules exported from the United States.|

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