silicon image sensor

silicon image sensor

[′sil·ə·kən ′im·ij ‚sen·sər]
(electronics)
A solid-state television camera in which the image is focused on an array of individual light-sensitive elements formed from a charge-coupled-device semiconductor chip. Also known as silicon imaging device.
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They also had to remove the filters which usually prevent a camera's silicon image sensor detecting IR and UV rays, reports New Scientist.
Their topics include operational principles of silicon image sensors, circuits for high-performance complementary metal-oxide semiconductor image sensors, image sensors for use in space, image sensors to create smart vision chips, sensors for fluorescence lifetime imaging, complementary metal-oxide semiconductor and charge coupled device image sensors in high-definition television imaging.