Low Power Camera-ona-Chip Using CMOS Active Pixel Sensor Technology

@inproceedings{Fossum2009LowPC,
  title={Low Power Camera-ona-Chip Using CMOS Active Pixel Sensor Technology},
  author={Eric R. Fossum},
  year={2009}
}
A second generation image sensor technology has been developed at the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory as a result of the continuing need to miniaturize space science imaging instruments. Implemented using standard CMOS, the active pixel sensor (APS) technology permits the integration of the detector array with on-chip timing, control and signal chain electronics, including analog-to­ digital conversion. This paper describes the technology for implementing a low power camera-on-a-chip. 

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