Lucio Pancheri

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CMOS Single Photon Avalanche Diode (SPAD) arrays are emerging as appealing solid-state detectors in imaging applications where high sensitivity and timing resolution are required. In this work, a 32x32-pixel array where SPAD digital output is processed in the analog domain in a 12-transistor pixel is presented. A 25m pixel pitch with a remarkable 20.8%(More)
In the last several years, both scientific and industrial community have shown an increasing interest in range imaging due to its potential use in various application domains such as robotics, vehicle safety, gaming, mobile applications as well as many others. Among the diversity of techniques available for range detection, Time-of-Flight (TOF) offers(More)
— This contribute describes the design and preliminary characterization of a 16x16-pixel array based on Single Photon Avalanche Diodes (SPADs), fabricated in a standard high-voltage 0.35µ µ µ µm CMOS technology, and aimed at the analysis of fluorescence phenomena. Each pixel integrates a SPAD combined with an active quenching circuit and a voltage(More)