A Single-Chip Programmable Digital CMOS Imager with Enhanced Low-Light Detection Capability

@inproceedings{Pain2000ASP,
  title={A Single-Chip Programmable Digital CMOS Imager with Enhanced Low-Light Detection Capability},
  author={Bedabrata Pain and Guang Yang and Monico Ortiz and Kenneth McCarty and Julie Heynssens and Bruce Hancock and Thomas Cunningham and Chris Wrigley and Charlie Ho},
  booktitle={VLSI Design},
  year={2000}
}

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