High-dynamic-range sensors

Last March, G-Link Technology (Santa Clara, CA) signed a license agreement with IMS (Stuttgart, Germany) for its patented HDRC image sensor. According to G-Link, current CMOS sensors have a limited linear pixel response range of 1000:1, whereas HDRC technology features a pixel response of 1,000,000:1 using logarithmic CMOS photoreceptors. On the company`s Web site you`ll find press releases, datasheets, and product brochures about the GLTHD4 512 x 256 CMOS sensor with a 120-dB dynamic range and

High-dynamic-range sensors

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Last March, G-Link Technology (Santa Clara, CA) signed a license agreement with IMS (Stuttgart, Germany) for its patented HDRC image sensor. According to G-Link, current CMOS sensors have a limited linear pixel response range of 1000:1, whereas HDRC technology features a pixel response of 1,000,000:1 using logarithmic CMOS photoreceptors. On the company`s Web site you`ll find press releases, datasheets, and product brochures about the GLTHD4 512 x 256 CMOS sensor with a 120-dB dynamic range and the GLTHD110 color, 640 x 480, VGA image sensor.

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