A CMOS Image Sensor With In-Pixel ADC, Timestamp, and Sparse Readout

@article{Crooks2009ACI,
  title={A CMOS Image Sensor With In-Pixel ADC, Timestamp, and Sparse Readout},
  author={J. Crooks and S. E. Bohndiek and C. D. Arvanitis and R. Speller and Huo Xingliang and E. Villani and Michael Towrie and Renato Turchetta},
  journal={IEEE Sensors Journal},
  year={2009},
  volume={9},
  pages={20-28}
}
Recent developments in CMOS image sensors have focused on the advancement of digital pixel sensors (DPS). A novel DPS aiming to combine multiple functionalities on the imaging plane has been designed and tested: The on pixel intelligent CMOS (OPIC) sensor was manufactured in a 0.25 mum logic process with 5 metal layers, and 8 mum epitaxial layers. The sensor comprises three 2 x 2 mm test arrays of 30 mum pixels. Two of the test arrays are named "advanced" and include two 8-bit DRAM cells, one 8… CONTINUE READING
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