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Fault Tolerant Active Pixel Sensors in 0.18 and 0.35 Micron Technologies

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Fault Tolerant Active Pixel Sensors in 0.18 and 0.35 Micron Technologies
A Fault Tolerant Active Pixel Sensor (FTAPS) has been designed and fabricated to correct for point defects that occur in CMOS image sensors both at manufacturing and over the lifetime of the sensor. For some time it has been known that fabrication of CMOS image sensors in processes less than 0.35μm would generate significant performance changes, yet imagers are being fabricated in 0.18μm technology or smaller. Therefore the characteristics of the FTAPS are presented for pixels fabricated in both a standard 0.18μm and 0.35μm CMOS process and compared for consistency.
Michelle L. La Haye, Cory Jung, David Chen, Glenn
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Year 2006
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Authors Michelle L. La Haye, Cory Jung, David Chen, Glenn H. Chapman, Jozsef Dudas
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