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7 April 2005 High speed CMOS for structured illumination technique
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This paper discusses the selection of parameters and the design of a CMOS detector for use in a structured illumination technique implemented with a 4M device (Miniaturized Multi-Modal Microscope) for precancer detection. To obtain real time sectioning the framing rate was set on the order of 500 frames / sec. 500 images allow us to obtain 8 to 16 sections / sec reconstructed from 16 to 64 images. The reconstruction technique is a sine approximation algorithm. To obtain a 1 μm spatial resolution, the required pixel size is 4 μm with a magnification 4:1. The field of extent of 250um required approximately 350 x 350 array size.
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Tomasz S. Tkaczyk, Eustace L. Dereniak, Stephen Gaalema, William Bahn, Shunming Sun, Tyler Erickson, Jeremy D. Rogers, Todd C. Christenson, Rebecca Richards-Kortum, and Michael R. Descour "High speed CMOS for structured illumination technique", Proc. SPIE 5726, Semiconductor Photodetectors II, (7 April 2005); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.596407
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