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A single-chip programmable digital CMOS imager with enhanced low-light detection capability

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9 Author(s)
B. Pain ; Jet Propulsion Lab., California Inst. of Technol., Pasadena, CA, USA ; G. Yang ; M. Ortiz ; K. McCarty
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The advent of high performance imaging in CMOS technology using active pixel sensors has enabled ultra-low power, miniature, single-chip, digital camera systems. We report at fully digital, programmable, 5-wire, large format (512×512) camera-on-a-chip that integrates the imager array, control logic, ADC, and bias generation on the same chip. The chip runs off a single (3.3 V) power supply, consumes only 10 mW, is capable of electronic panning, and produces high quality images with a low noise of <40 e-, and excellent response linearity down to read noise levels

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VLSI Design, 2000. Thirteenth International Conference on

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