Noise performance comparison of ICCD with CCD and EMCCD cameras

@inproceedings{Dussaulta2004NoisePC,
  title={Noise performance comparison of ICCD with CCD and EMCCD cameras},
  author={David Dussaulta and Paul Hoess and A Hoess},
  year={2004}
}
  • David Dussaulta, Paul Hoess, A Hoess
  • Published 2004
High quality imaging is a key parameter in many scientific applications. CCD and ICCD cameras have proven to be powerful tools and are consequently used in a wide range of fields such as engineering research and physical or biological sciences. The very new Electron Multiplying CCD technology seems now to provide the most sensitive detection capabilities. Here we compare analytically the signal-to-noise performance of the three systems and identify the most influencing parameters. The SNR… CONTINUE READING
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