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Comparing CCD vs. CMOS Sensor Performance for Pixel-Level Display Measurement

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Author: Shaina Warner
Monday, April 01, 2019
Radiant Vision Systems, Test & Measurement

Imaging systems rely on sensors to accurately interpret light as photometric data and enable evaluation of displays. This paper discusses properties of today’s high-resolution sensors used for image-based photometric display testing, and examines measurement examples to compare sensor type (CCD versus CMOS), pixel size, and signal-to-noise ratio (SNR), and the effect of these properties on the accuracy and repeatability of data for pixel-level display measurement.

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