High-Speed CMOS Dual ADC

  • Pipelined architecture
  • Dual 10-bit, 100 MSPS ADC
  • 220 mW power consumption
  • 1.2 V supply
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RF Phase Shifter and Amplifier

  • 10.2-GHz center frequency
  • 500-MHz carrier
  • RF chain-optimized for very-low-phase noise
  • Bandpass filter
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20 Gbps VCSEL Driver & Optical Receiver

  • 4 independent TX and RX paths
  • 5 Gbit/sec/channel
  • Programmable pre-emphasis and edge control
  • CML mux/demux I/O
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Stitched CMOS Image Sensor for Radiography

  • 30 µm square pixels
  • 6 repeating segments
  • 854 H x 1200 V
  • 2-MHz pixel clock rate
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33-Megapixel CMOS Image Sensor for Studio Camera

  • 3.8 µm square pixels
  • 60 frames per second
  • On-chip column-parallel ADCs
  • Programmable pre-ADC gain
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High-Resolution Camera for Traffic Surveillance

Automatic traffic intersection management is done by computer-controlled systems—Traffic Management Systems (TMS)—that sense the presence of vehicles to maximize traffic flow and safety. For decades, TMS has used an inductive sensor buried in the pavement at intersections to detect vehicle presence. Read more

CMOS Image Sensors for Security and Surveillance Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) Cameras

The use of video cameras as the key element of security and surveillance systems continues to increase globally as a means to curtail crime. Typically, multiple surveillance cameras feed a central security location where cameras are monitored, either by humans or more often, by computers with detection algorithms. Read more

CMOS Image Sensors for High-Speed Motion Analysis

From the movement of a shuttle in a knitting machine to the deformation of a crashing vehicle to a bird-ingestion test of a jet engine, the ability to see events unfold in “slow-motion” has proven to be invaluable in engineering and process development as well as research. Read more

Custom CMOS Image Sensors for Machine Vision Camera

Machine Vision (MV) can be described as methods for providing automated analysis, inspection and process control using imaging systems as the primary sensing input. Material handling, sorting, guidance of robots and optical measurement are all tasks that fall under machine vision. Read more

High Resolution (HD) CMOS Image Sensors for Cinema Cameras

Hollywood and the global cinema industry have extracted amazing capabilities from film. However in the 1990s, the industry began a migration to digital cinema for the majority of “filming”, because it offered greatly expanded editing capabilities and lower costs. Read more