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1 January 1981 Texas Instruments (TI) 800X800 Charge-Coupled Device (CCD) Image Sensor
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The design and performance of the Texas Instruments 800 x 800 CCD imager are described. This device is fabricated utilizing a three phase, three level polysilicon gate process. The chip is thinned to ~ 8 μm and is employed in the rear illumination mode. Detailed measurements of device performance including dark current as a function of temperature, linearity, and noise are presented. The device is coated with a UV downconverting phosphor which allows imaging with the same device over an extremely wide optical bandwidth.
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Morley M. Blouke, James R. Janesick, Joseph E. Hall, and Marvin W. Cowens "Texas Instruments (TI) 800X800 Charge-Coupled Device (CCD) Image Sensor", Proc. SPIE 0290, Solid-State Imagers for Astronomy, (1 January 1981);


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