Sunjaya Djaja

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including sensor arrays on the chip itself is increasingly valuable, allowing more system integration, higher operating speeds, and the ability to include many sensor types in a single substrate for hyperspectral image analysis At the same time an important trend in digital cameras has been the move to a larger detector area (currently reaching 35 mm);(More)
The implementation of imaging arrays for System-On-a-Chip (SOC) is aided by using fault-tolerant light sensors. Fault-tolerant redundancy in an Active Pixel Sensor (APS) is obtained by splitting the photodiode and readout transistors into two parallel operating devices, while keeping a common row select transistor. This creates a redundant APS that is(More)
Reliability and manufacturing costs due to defects is a significant problem with image sensors and the ability to recover from a fault would alleviate some of these costs. A fault-tolerant APS has been designed by splitting the APS pixel into two halves operating in parallel, where the photo sensing element has been divided in two and the readout(More)
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