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Fossum -active Pixel Sensors Active Pixel Sensors

@inproceedings{Fossum2007FossumP,
  title={Fossum -active Pixel Sensors Active Pixel Sensors},
  author={Eric R. Fossum},
  year={2007}
}
A new type of image sensor is emerging from the most advanced image sensor R&D laboratories in Japan. This sensor, termed an active pixel sensor (APS), may one day supplant charge-coupled devices (CCDs) in many applications. The charge-coupled device relies on the shifting of charge to read out the image. The active pixel sensor acts like a random access memory (RAM) device wherein each pixel contains its own selection and readout transistors. The readout of the signal takes place then over… 

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