1 April 1997 Characterization and simple modeling of charge transfer problems using a charge-coupled device
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Optical Engineering, 36(4), (1997). doi:10.1117/1.601282
Abstract
CCDs perform two main functions: detecting light by generating free electrons in the pixels, and transferring the photogenerated charge across the device to an output amplifier. The charge transfer process is not always ideal, and this can result in errors when making analytical measurements of point images that only cover a few pixels [e.g., in astronomy and inductively coupled plasma (ICP) spectroscopy].1,2
Huw Prytherch, "Characterization and simple modeling of charge transfer problems using a charge-coupled device," Optical Engineering 36(4), (1 April 1997). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/1.601282
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Charge-coupled devices

Crystals

Thin films

Semiconductor lasers

Nonlinear crystals

Polarization

Second-harmonic generation

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