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A Comparison of Some of the Key Technologies and Characteristics in CCD and CMOS Sensors

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Author: Andrew Kirby
Wednesday, February 16, 2022
Atik Cameras Ltd.

To assist in choosing the right technology for an application, this paper covers: • Historical background • Architecture • Improvements • Binning • Fill factor • Full well depth and capacity • Dynamic range • Frontside and backside illumination • Shutter types • Noise • Quantum efficiency • Image artifacts

File: Characteristics_of_CCD_and_CMOS_sensors.pdf (3.20 MB)
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