Third Gen IR Moves Forward

The Dual Band Focal Plane Array Manufacturing (DBFM) program is preparing to make Third Generation infrared a reality. Although much R&D has been carried out on large FPAs and dual band operation, this is the first program which has as its objective the establishment of a manufacturing capability for this next-generation technology.|

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