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1 July 1990 1-megapixel IL-CCD image sensor with a progressive scan, antiblooming control, and lag-free operation
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A 1024 x 1024 pixel, interline charge-coupled device (IL CCD) image sensor has been developed that incorporates antiblooming and electronic exposure control while eliminating lag and obtaining a high responsivity. Of the novel features of this device are its noninterlaced, or progressive-scan architecture and dual-horizontal registers that can be used to clock out the image area by one or two lines at a time. These features make it well suited for applications demanding high-resolution-image capture from a single, high-speed scan.
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Eric G. Stevens, Bruce C. Burkey, D. N. Nichols, Y. Yee, David L. Losee, Tom H. Lee, and Rajinder P. Khosla "1-megapixel IL-CCD image sensor with a progressive scan, antiblooming control, and lag-free operation", Proc. SPIE 1242, Charge-Coupled Devices and Solid State Optical Sensors, (1 July 1990); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.19430
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