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Kodak CCD image sensor technology
Ralf Jurrien : November 9th 2007 - 22:45 CET
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KodakKodak CCD image sensor technology : Kodak has introduced an advancement in Charge Coupled Device - CCD image sensor technology that significantly improves performance for applied imaging applications. Kodak's new Interline Transfer CCD technology platform will be the basis for a full portfolio of image sensor products targeted to markets such as industrial and scientific imaging, starting with the newly announced Kodak KAI-01050 Image Sensor. The eighth generation of Interline Transfer CCD technology developed by Kodak, this new platform reduces pixel size by almost 50%, doubles the maximum frame rate available from the image sensor, and provides a significant increase in image quality compared to the previous technology generation.
Kodak CCD image sensor technologyKodak KAI-01050 image sensor
With these advancements, customers working in applied markets will have access to new levels of performance, improving the capabilities and performance of their imaging systems. "Exceptional imaging performance is vital to the success of applied imaging applications," said Chris McNiffe, General Manager of Kodak's Image Sensor Solution group. "This new technology platform was developed specifically to address this need by improving key sensor parameters such as pixel size, frame rate, and image quality. As camera manufacturers develop products with our new KAI-01050 image sensor, and later with other image sensors developed using this new technology, they will be able to offer a new generation of cameras that provide improved throughput, performance, and quality for their customers."

Transfer CCD ranging from VGA to 16 megapixel resolution
Kodak has a rich history of supplying image sensors for use in applied imaging markets. With a broad portfolio of interline transfer CCDs ranging from VGA to 16 megapixels in resolution, Kodak is a leading supplier of image sensors used today in applied applications such as the automated inspection and assembly of electronics components, traffic monitoring, and medical and scientific imaging. As these applications have evolved, the ongoing requirement for improved throughput and imaging performance has driven the development of this new sensor technology to address these needs.

Kodak Interline Transfer CCD platform
Kodak's new Interline Transfer CCD platform was developed using a "clean sheet" approach, leveraging best practices in Kodak sensor design to optimize the imaging performance available from these new devices. To facilitate the design process for camera manufacturers, Kodak will also use a common package layout with shared electrical specifications where possible for image sensors commercialized using this new technology, allowing manufacturers to develop a single camera design that can easily support multiple sensors.

Kodak CCD image sensor KAI-01050
The Kodak KAI-01050 Image Sensor is the first product to be commercialized using Kodak's new Interline Transfer CCD technology. With a 1024 x 1024 array of 5.5 micron pixels, the sensor provides a readout speed of up to 120 frame-per-second in a 1/2-inch optical format. Engineering grade devices of the KAI-01050 are currently available, with volume production planned for early 2008.

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