A CCD image sensor of 1 Mframes/s for continuous image capturing 103 frames

@article{Etoh2002ACI,
  title={A CCD image sensor of 1 Mframes/s for continuous image capturing 103 frames},
  author={T. Goji Etoh and D. Poggemann and Arno Ruckelshausen and Albert J. P. Theuwissen and Gary E. Kreider and H.-O. Folkerts and H. Mutoh and Yuki Kondo and Hiromasa Maruno and Katsuyoshi Takubo and Hideki Soya and Kohsei Takehara and Tomoo Okinaka and Yoshinari Takano and Thomas Reisinger and Christine Lohmann},
  journal={2002 IEEE International Solid-State Circuits Conference. Digest of Technical Papers (Cat. No.02CH37315)},
  year={2002},
  volume={1},
  pages={46-443 vol.1}
}
A single-chip CCD image sensor captures >100 successive images at >1 Mframes/s. The pixel count of the test chip is 312/spl times/260 (=81,120) pixels. Charge handling capacity is 40 k electrons. Grey levels are 10 b. Fill factor is 13%. An on-chip overwriting mechanism makes possible continuous recording of the latest image signals, draining the old ones to the substrate. 

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