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Photometry with Multi-anode Microchannel Arrays (mamas) and Charge Injection Devices (cids)The characteristics of two kinds of detectors are summarized with emphasis on those aspects that would affect their use in high accuracy astronomical photometry. The first type, the multianode microchannel arrays (MAMA), are a family of pulse counting array detectors. Components and operation principles are reviewed and quantum efficiency, noise characteristics, and dynamic range characteristics are described. The second type, charge injection devices (CID), are discussed in reference to their applicability to photometric detection at optical wavelengths.
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Conference Paper
Timothy, J. G.
(Stanford Univ. CA, United States)
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August 12, 2013
Publication Date
November 1, 1984
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Publication: NASA. Ames Research Center Proc. of the Workshop on Improvements to Photometry
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