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Stampoglis, Periklis (author)
High speed imagers find applications in many fields such as scientific and medical imaging, automotive applications, machine vision and much more. In this thesis, the design of a high speed, high dynamic range (HDR) CMOS sensor with electronic global shutter (GS) and flexible exposure control is presented. The sensor is designed in the 0.11μm...
master thesis 2019
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Markenhof, J. (author)
Dark current noise in image sensors is highly sensitive to temperature, and a difference in temperature in image sensors can be seen in the image as a non-uniform noise source. Many CMOS image sensors are integrated in mobile devices and lack a physical shutter to generate dark frame subtraction to compensate for dark current noise. In this...
master thesis 2015
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Zhu, J. (author)
This thesis presents the design of a stitched, high-dynamic range particle sensor in 0.18 µm technology, which has three different configurations of 4096*4096 (4K), 8192*8192 (8K) and 12288*12288 (12K) pixels. It can be operated at 65 MHz with a target of 5 e- RMS noise and 92 dB dynamic range. The architecture of the whole sensor is explained...
master thesis 2014
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Yao, Q. (author)
Low noise image sensors can see images by just a few photons have a wide application in both the scientific and economic fields. This thesis presents a design of a 16*16 pixels CMOS image sensor with a target noise level in the order of 0.5 electrons RMS in 0.18?m technology, which has a potential to catch a large amount of low light imaging...
master thesis 2013
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Ge, X. (author)
The goal of this work described in this thesis is to design a CMOS image sensor chip, implementing pixels with a 4.8?m pitch with a peripheral readout circuitry in a 110nm CMOS process. The architecture of the CMOS image sensor is presented, with a functional illustration for every block. The 8T global shutter pixel noise, circuit and layout are...
master thesis 2012
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Liu, C. (author)
In this thesis, a double-mode linear imaging system is designed for the application of microspectrometers. The imaging system is optimized so as to work with a Planar Double Grating System and a Linear Variable Optical Filter, the combinations of which would be suitable candidates of high-resolution low-cost microspectrometers. This linear...
master thesis 2010
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Xu, Y. (author)
This thesis presents a CMOS image sensor which can implement the charge domain interlacing principle. Inspired by the shared amplifier pixel structure and based on a pinned photodiode four transistor (4T) structure, two innovative pixel designs combined with two different readout directions are presented. These novel pixels are designed to fit...
master thesis 2009
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