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CMOS/CCD sensors and camera systems

Published on Jan 1, 2007
Gerald C. Holst2
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Terrence S. Lomheim12
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This update to "CCD Arrays, Cameras, and Displays" (2nd Ed.) addresses CMOS/CCD differences, similarities, and applications, including architecture concepts and operation, such as full-frame, interline transfer, progressive scan, color filter arrays, rolling shutters, 3T, 4T, 5T, and 6T. The authors discuss novel designs, such as EMCCD, EBCCD, Super CCD, and intensified CCDs, illustrate sampling theory and aliasing with numerous examples, and describe the advantages and limitations of small pixels. This monograph provides the background necessary for specifying cameras using radiometric or photometric concepts, in addition to information on the entire system--from scene to observer.
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