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6 February 2004 Ultrahigh-frame CCD imagers
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This paper describes the architecture, process technology, and performance of a family of high burst rate CCDs. These imagers employ high speed, low lag photo-detectors with local storage at each photo-detector to achieve image capture at rates greater than 106 frames per second. One imager has a 64 x 64 pixel array with 12 frames of storage. A second imager has a 80 x 160 array with 28 frames of storage, and the third imager has a 64 x 64 pixel array with 300 frames of storage. Application areas include capture of rapid mechanical motion, optical wavefront sensing, fluid cavitation research, combustion studies, plasma research and wind-tunnel-based gas dynamics research.
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John L. Lowrance, V. J. Mastrocola, George F. Renda, Pradyumna K. Swain, R. Kabra, Mahalingham Bhaskaran, John R. Tower, and Peter A. Levine "Ultrahigh-frame CCD imagers", Proc. SPIE 5210, Ultrahigh- and High-Speed Photography, Photonics, and Videography, (6 February 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.499721
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