Reference STATE OF THE ART Stan Augarten

ISBN 0-89919-195-9
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1970
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A New Method of Sensing Images
The First 8-bit Charge-Coupled Device
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The First 8-bit Charge-Coupled Device

The first 8-bit CCD, this chip consists of twenty-four closely packed MOS capacitors (the narrow rectangles in the football-field-like grid in the center). The thick rectangles at either end of the grid are input/output terminals. This chip can detect and reproduce simple images, like the letters CCD. Today's CCDs can store up to 64K bits of data. Actual size: 0.060 x 0.100 inches.

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