Professor Albert J.P Theuwissen, Delft University of Technology, the Netherlands, Harvest Imaging, Belgium.
Characterization of Noise in Dark
It may sound strange that an image sensor, which is made to capture light, will be characterized first in dark conditions. But actually this should not really be surprising because noise will first become visible in the darkest parts of an image. For that reason the dark performance of an image sensor plays crucial role. It also sets the lower end of the dynamic range......
The course includes:
- 116 minutes on-demand video
- 37 modules
- 3 months access
This course is the second part of a series of three e-Learning courses about Image Sensors. For effective training benefit, we recommend also attending course 601 Introduction to Correlated and Uncorrelated Noise in Imagers and course 603 Characterization of Noise with Light.
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