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Optics: CCD technology 
CCD TOSHIBA CCD Linear Image Sensor CCD (charge coupled device), TCD2561D, The TCD2561D is a high sensitive and low dark current 5340 elements 4 line CCD color image sensor which includes CCD drive circuit, clamp circuit, pdf file
CCD and CMOS Imaging Array Technologies: Technology Review CCDs consist of thousands (or millions) of light sensitive cells or pixels that are capable of producing an electrical charge proportional to the amount of light they receive. Typically, the pixels are arranged in either a single line (linear array CCDs) or in a two-dimensional grid (area array CCDs). The particular application will, in general, dictate the type of CCD that is used. Flatbed scanners, for example, use linear array CCDs and, in this case, it is necessary to progressively move the CCD over the object being imaged (or vice versa) while capturing multiple one-dimensional images in order to build up the final two-dimensional image, pdf file
CCD cameras
CCD detector
CCD image sensors CCD image sensors, CCDs, basic operation, well capacity, charge transfer, readout speed, CMOS Passive Pixel Sensor (PPS), basic operation, charge to output voltage transfer function, readout speed, CMOS Active Pixel Sensor (APS), basic operation, charge to output voltage transfer function, readout speed, Photogate APS, pdf file
CCD Imaging Systems The CCD Element, Preamplifier Stage, Requirements With DC-Restoration, Correlated Double Sampling, A/D Converter, pdf file
CCD Linear Image Sensors A CCD image sensor consists of a photodiode (photosensitive unit), CCD (transfer unit), and signal detection circuit (output unit). The photodiode converts light into electrons (charges) and stores them. The CCD transfers these electrons to the signal detection circuit. The signal detection circuit then converts electrons into electrical signals
CCD operation charged coupled devices (CCDs) feature high-density pixel arrays capable of producing digital images with the highest resolution currently available
CCD primer Characteristics and use of FFT-CCD, pdf file
CCD primer Charge Coupled Device primer, pdf file
CCD Primer provide a good introduction to CCDs, Charge Coupled Device
CCD systems blooming vs. anti-blooming, pixel binning, system gain, camera test methods, digitization, correlated double, sampling, readout noise, dark count, system throughput, dynamic range, charge transfer efficiency, telescope optics & pixel size
CCD technology CMOS Image Sensors
CCD technology CCD Architecture from Kodak, Increasing the Blue Channel Response, CCD Sensors and Image Capture, Converting Light to an Electronic Charge, Charge Transfer Techniques
CCD vs. CMOS CCD (charge coupled device) and CMOS (complementary metal oxide semiconductor) image sensors are two different technologies for capturing images digitally. Both types of imagers convert light into electric charge and process it into electronic signals. In a CCD sensor, every pixel's charge is transferred through a very limited number of output nodes (often just one) to be converted to voltage. a CMOS sensor, each pixel has its own charge-to-voltage conversion, and the sensor often also includes amplifiers, noise-correction, and digitization circuits, so that the chip outputs digital bits
CCD vs. CMOS- Facts and Fiction Both image sensors are pixelated metal oxide semiconductors. They accumulate signal charge in each
pixel proportional to the local illumination intensity, CCD vs. CMOS- Facts and Fiction, pdf file
Characteristics and use of back-thinned TDI-CCD Characteristics and use of back-thinned TDI-CCD, pdf file
Charge Coupled Device MOS Capacitor, Single CCD Cell, Array of Cells to Form a Device, Charge Transfer Process, Scanning Formants, Device Architectures, Color, pdf file
Charge-coupled device A charge-coupled device (CCD) is a device for the movement of electrical charge, usually from within the device to an area where the charge can be manipulated, for example conversion into a digital value
Charge Coupled Device and Charge Injection Device Technology Charge Coupled Device and Charge Injection Device Technology, pdf file
Charge-Coupled Device and CMOS based electronic images pdf file
Charge-Coupled Device (CCD) and Digital Imaging
CMOS vs. CCD pdf file
Frame Transfer CCD Image Sensor Frame Transfer CCD Image Sensor. The FXA 1012 is a colour frame-transfer CCD image sensor designed for consumer digital photography applications. The combination of high speed and a high linear dynamic range of over 10 true bits makes this device the perfect solution for use in compact high quality imaging applications, pdf file
Full Frame CCD Image Sensor
High Dynamic Range Image Sensors CCD image sensors, pdf file
How CCDs Work How CCDs Work
Introduction to CCDs CCDs work by converting light into a pattern of electronic charge in a silicon chip. This pattern of charge is converted into a video waveform, digitised and stored as an image file on a computer
KODAK CCD PRIMER CHARGE-COUPLED DEVICE (CCD) IMAGE SENSORS. CCD's can take on various architectures. The primary CCD's in use today are called Full-Frame Transfer and Frame-Transfer devices, which use MOS photocapacitors as detectors and Interline Transfer devices which use photodiodes and photocapacitors as the detector, pdf file
TC237B CCD Image Sensor Data Sheet
TDA9965 CCD SIGNAL PROCESSOR The TDA9965 is an analog to digital interface for CCD based cameras. This chip includes a clamp and track&hold block (CTH), a programmable gain amplifier (PGA), a calibration clamp loop and a 12-bits analog to digital converter (ADC). CTH bandwidth, PGA gain, ADC black reference and other control pulses polarities are programmed through a simple 3 wires serial interface, pdf file

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