1 September 1987 Current Status Of The 800 X800 Charge-Coupled-Device Image Sensor
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This paper presents an updated version of an earlier paper describing the Texas Instruments three-phase 800 X800 charge-coupled-device image sensor ["800 X800 charge-coupled device image sensor," Opt. Eng. 22(5), 607-614 (1983)]. Although this device was originally designed to be used as the sensor for the Wide Field/Planetary Camera on the Hubble Space Telescope, it is now being used as the detector of choice on many ground-based telescopes. We review the performance of the device and indicate the important contributions it has made to the understanding of general CCD performance.
Morley M. Blouke, Morley M. Blouke, James R. Janesick, James R. Janesick, Tom Elliott, Tom Elliott, Joseph E. Hall, Joseph E. Hall, Marvin W. Cowens, Marvin W. Cowens, Patrick J. May, Patrick J. May, } "Current Status Of The 800 X800 Charge-Coupled-Device Image Sensor," Optical Engineering 26(9), 269864 (1 September 1987). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.7974164 . Submission:
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