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  • Development of a High-Resolution, High-Speed Vision System Using CMOS Image Sensor Technology Enhanced by Intelligent Pixel (.pdf)
    . To verify the effectiveness of the system and its concept, some high-speed image processing experiments have been conducted by the prototype vision system built around a typical personal computer (PC) and software development environment (C or C++ language). In this paper, we also discuss dedicated
  • A CMOS Active Pixel Image Sensor with In-pixel CDS for High-Speed Cameras (.pdf)
    This paper presents a high-speed CMOS image sensor whose frame rate exceeds 2000 frames/s. The pixel includes a photodiode, a charge-transfer amplifier, and circuitry for correlated double sampling (CDS) and global electronic shuttering. Reset noise, which is a major random noise factor, is reduced
  • CMOS Cameras Rise to Speed Challenge
    Advances in CMOS image-sensor technology are making it possible for a new breed of highspeed cameras to capture events previously impossible to image by conventional CCD cameras. Improvements in chip design and manufacturing have enabled CMOS cameras to become a cost-effective, high-performance
  • View to the Future: CCD and CMOS Sensors Today and Tomorrow
    Digital image sensors are well established in private and professional applications. But which sensor type works best, CCD or CMOS? This question enlightens passionate discussions. A more detailed analysis reveals that these sensors share many common characteristics. Both CMOS and CCD can
  • Image Sensor Architectures for Digital Cinematography
    Regardless of the technology of image acquisition (CCD or CMOS), electronic image sensors must capture incoming light, convert it to electric signal, measure that signal, and output it to supporting electronics. Similarly, regardless of the technology of image acquisition, cinematographers can
  • Hear this: CMOS microphones on a chip
    First comes single-chip microphones in silicon. Next will come a variety of inexpensive sensors made with the same basic integrated circuit technology and in high volumes. Akustica's CMOS microphone chip is just 2.5 mm2. It is going into PCs and may soon find its way into cell phones and video
  • AN03: Guide to Image Quality and Pixel Correction Methods
    Image quality and pixel correction are two related topics that are central to understanding and optimizing the performance of RadEye x-ray sensors and Shad-o-Box cameras. These devices are based on the RadEye1 imager, a large-area CMOS sensor specifically designed for x-ray imaging applications
  • Five CMOS Camera Developments to Watch in 2014
    The only constant is change. In the world of image sensors, change is staggered between invention, early adoption, and common usage. This usually means that designers can be presenting papers on technology that is still five or ten years in the future. Meanwhile, last yearâ s technology often hasnâ

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