15 September 2014 Characterization of the CCD and CMOS cameras for grating-based phase-contrast tomography
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In this article we present the quantitative characterization of CCD and CMOS sensors which are used at the experiments for microtomography operated by HZG at PETRA III at DESY in Hamburg, Germany. A standard commercial CCD camera is compared to a camera based on a CMOS sensor. This CMOS camera is modified for grating-based differential phase-contrast tomography. The main goal of the project is to quantify and to optimize the statistical parameters of this camera system. These key performance parameters such as readout noise, conversion gain and full-well capacity are used to define an optimized measurement for grating-based phase-contrast. First results will be shown.
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Pavel Lytaev, Alexander Hipp, Lars Lottermoser, Julia Herzen, Imke Greving, Igor Khokhriakov, Stephan Meyer-Loges, Jörn Plewka, Jörg Burmester, Michele Caselle, Matthias Vogelgesang, Suren Chilingaryan, Andreas Kopmann, Matthias Balzer, Andreas Schreyer, Felix Beckmann, "Characterization of the CCD and CMOS cameras for grating-based phase-contrast tomography", Proc. SPIE 9212, Developments in X-Ray Tomography IX, 921218 (15 September 2014); doi: 10.1117/12.2061389; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2061389
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