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Scientists not convinced by CMOS develop Scientific-cmos
In reply to Tidewater, Jul 24, 2013

'Broadly speaking however, and despite

some undeniably rapid advances over the

last decade, ‘traditional’ CIS (cmos imaging systems) performance

has generally been worse than CCDs and

their acceptance into scientific markets

has been limited due to a reputation of

unacceptably high read noise and dark

current, lower fill factors, and greater nonuniformity.

These are all drawbacks that our new

sCMOS technology has been specifically

designed to overcome.'

'These have been conceived in order to match

the traditionally high fidelity imaging

performance of CCDs with the readout

speed capabilities of CMOS.

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