Improvements drive color linescan imaging

New sensors refine the linescan spatial-resolution/cost compromise by moving to multiline technology.

Oct 15th, 2007

New sensors refine the linescan spatial-resolution/cost compromise by moving to multiline technology.

Charge-coupled-device (CCD) and complementary-metal-oxide-semiconductor (CMOS) line-scan, or linear-array, cameras are designed for scanning applications where the minimum spatial resolution is extremely small in relation to the total image size. Examples include ultrahigh-resolution inspection of semiconductor wafers, large-area webs, timber, and food.

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