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High speed CMOS image sensors
Wim Wuyts - Cypress Semiconductor Corporation Belgium
High speed motion/data analysis, military ballistics; high-speed CMOS Image Sensor (CIS) design; high-speed ADCs, LVDS output and on-chip timing sequencer; array and linear sensors; high-speed motion analysis (crash and impact test), holographic data storage, digital film slow motion capture; Requirements for high speed sensor design: High speed read out architecture, High sensitive snapshot shutter pixel with low Parasitic Light Sensitivity (PLS), High speed ADCs, High speed interface (LVDS); Windowing (ROI) to boost frame rate; System-on-a-chip approach, on-chip ADC, sequencer, interface; analog high speed image sensor, pixel drivers and column buffers
Keywords: Papers 2006, Industry, Vision Sensors, Products & Services (P&S) ...
Erstellt: 11.05.2012 2:28
Video: New VITA family, the introduction of a new generation of CMOS Image Sensors
Wim Wuyts - Cypress Semiconductor Corporation
Cypress Semiconductor Corporation is presenting the roll-out of its new VITA standard product family with the pre-production of VITA-1300 (1.3MP) and VITA-25k (25MP); and the prototype introduction of VITA-2000 (2MP) and VITA-5000 (5MP). The VITA family sensors all share the same high sensitive, 4.8 by 4.8 um2 pixel featuring pipelined and triggered global shutter modes as well as a conventional rolling shutter mode with CDS correction achieving higher dynamic range.
The configurability and the different operation modes make the sensors of this family very versatile and useful for a wide variety of applications and markets. Besides the machine vision market as main target, it can also address the 2D barcode market, intelligent traffic systems, high end security markets, and many more.
Keywords: Videos 2010, Industry, Products & Services (P&S) ...
Erstellt: 25.11.2010 16:09
Industrial VISION Days 2006 Stuttgart
Vom 07.-09.11.2006 fand in Stuttgart die 19. Internationale Fachmesse für industrielle Bildverarbeitung und Identifikationstechnologien statt. ...
Erstellt: 26.11.2006 19:23