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CCD technology

CCD technology

CCD (Charge coupled device) is a device for the movement of electrical charge, usually within the device to the area of the receiver that can be manipulated, as for example, converting a digital value. This is accomplished by moving the signal between stages within the device, at the same time.

CCD is a basic part of the technology of digital image processing. The CCD image sensor, pixels are represented as MOS capacitors. These capacitors are designed above the threshold inversion when image acquisition begins, allowing the conversion of incoming photons in electron receiver in a semiconductor-oxide interface. CCD is then used to read this reception.

Although CCD is not the only technology that allows for the detection of light, these sensors are widely used in professional, medical and scientific applications, where is required high image quality. In applications with less demanding image quality, the most commonly used sensor is CMOS.

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