New Export regulations on Uncooled

On July 15, 2005, the U.S. published new export regulations covering uncooled focal plane arrays based on decisions reached by the Wassenaar Working Group. The new regulations address the loophole under which amorphous silicon FPAs did not require export licensing because they fell under an exemption as “silicon based”.|

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