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High-performance 1K x 1K progressive scan imager
Author(s): Chris J. Schaeffer; Holger Stoldt; Bart G. M. Dillen; Herman L. Peek; Willem Hoekstra; Jan van Dijk; E. Roks; Agnes C. M. Kleimann; Peter C. J. van de Rijt; Rik H. S. de Gruijter
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Paper Abstract

A frame transfer image sensor has been fabricated for 2/3' optical format. It has a high resolution (1024 X 1024), overexposure handling by means of vertical anti-blooming and square pixels of 7.5 micrometers by 7.5 micrometers . The data-rate is 30 frames per second. Its single output register can run up to 40 MHz. The register can be clocked bi-directionally, which makes it possible to produce a mirrored image. The noise level of the output amplifier is 31 electrons (rms value in 18 MHz bandwidth). These properties make the imager perfectly suited for machine vision applications where full resolution in a single shot is required. The paper describes the sensor, simulation results and measurements.

Paper Details

Date Published: 10 April 1995
PDF: 9 pages
Proc. SPIE 2415, Charge-Coupled Devices and Solid State Optical Sensors V, (10 April 1995); doi: 10.1117/12.206532
Show Author Affiliations
Chris J. Schaeffer, Philips Imaging Technology Eindhoven (Netherlands)
Holger Stoldt, Philips Imaging Technology Eindhoven (Netherlands)
Bart G. M. Dillen, Philips Medical Systems Best (Netherlands)
Herman L. Peek, Philips Imaging Technology Eindhoven (Netherlands)
Willem Hoekstra, Philips Imaging Technology Eindhoven (Netherlands)
Jan van Dijk, Philips Imaging Technology Eindhoven (Netherlands)
E. Roks, Philips Imaging Technology Eindhoven (Netherlands)
Agnes C. M. Kleimann, Philips Imaging Technology Eindhoven (Netherlands)
Peter C. J. van de Rijt, Philips Imaging Technology Eindhoven (Netherlands)
Rik H. S. de Gruijter, Philips Imaging Technology Eindhoven (Netherlands)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 2415:
Charge-Coupled Devices and Solid State Optical Sensors V
Morley M. Blouke, Editor(s)

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