Custom infrared ROIC design

Custom infrared ROIC design

Custom ROIC design

Our ROIC design team is a group of highly skilled analog and digital designers. They design ROICs for InGaAs, QWIP, MCT, Bolometer, hybrid visible sensors or new emerging technologies. They create complex, high performance analog and digital full-custom CMOS integrated circuits. These offer major advantages to customers who seek customized solutions in applications where state-of-the-art designs are needed. 

You can find examples of our designs in industrial automation, aerospace and aviation systems, automotive applications, (bio)-medical instrumentation, telecommunication, fiber optic sensing, and consumer products.


Full-custom designs generally require low noise, low dark current, or low power operation combined with high speed.  Camera applications seek optimizations for short or long exposure times; complex windowing capability; specific pixel layouts.  All these designs focus on the best possible performance level for a specific application, while keeping interfaces simple and recurring production costs low.

What do we offer?

Xenics has experience in a wide range of technologies and system applications but particularly in the field of infrared vision sensors. Our experience includes designs for high-performance, one-dimensional and two-dimensional, cooled as well as uncooled sensors for wavelengths ranging from NIR over SWIR, MWIR to LWIR. 

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Press Releases
Xenics InGaAs SWIR detector is part of the Proba-V space mission Three Xlin-1.7-3000 linear arrays are launched into space aboard the ESA's Proba-V satellite (2013)
First results of the Xlin-1.7-3000 on board of the Proba-V satellite The design, the qualification and the results of the Xlin-1.7-3000 on board of the Proba-V satellite.
Application notes
Sensors for remote sensing by Xenics The main activities of Xenics are the design and manufacture of linear arrays, FPA and cameras for the Short Wavelength range (SWIR), based on InGaAs detectors. Exactly this wavelength band is of high interest in the remote sensing of vegetation properties. The water (vapor) content of the atmosphere causes a strong absorption at 1.45 μm, but above this absorption peak, the reflectance in the [1.5 – 1.7 μm] band is very interesting to determine the liquid water content in the plants and for the identification of tree types and plant conditions. For the more Mediterranean area the SWIR band is also important to detect wild fire affected areas and even for the detection of active fires.

New Xeneth LabVIEW SDK

LabVIEW toolkit for Xenics cameras offers high-level examples as well as low-level VIs, making it easy for programmers to integrate Xenics cameras into their software applications written in LabVIEW

Jan Šíma, Business Development Manager, ELCOM, a.s.