Pulse-Modulation Imaging—Review and Performance Analysis

@article{Chen2011PulseModulationIA,
  title={Pulse-Modulation Imaging—Review and Performance Analysis},
  author={Denis Guangyin Chen and Daniel Matolin and Amine Bermak and Christoph Posch},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Biomedical Circuits and Systems},
  year={2011},
  volume={5},
  pages={64-82}
}
In time-domain or pulse-modulation (PM) imaging, the incident light intensity is not encoded in amounts of charge, voltage, or current as it is in conventional image sensors. Instead, the image data are represented by the timing of pulses or pulse edges. This method of visual information encoding optimizes the phototransduction individually for each pixel by abstaining from imposing a fixed integration time for the entire array. Exceptionally high dynamic range (DR) and improved signal-to-noise… CONTINUE READING
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