News and discussions about image sensors
Hello Image Sensor.We have a very good library of very thorough analysis on many, if not all, of the most innovative CMOS Image Sensors. I would think that if we were to share with you, your readers may benefit. Care to discuss?
Do you mean reverse engineering analysis? If yes, are you from Chipworks?
Yes I am.
So, everybody knows that Chipworks does superb job on image sensors reverse engineering. Nobody comes close to this level. I used to put references to specific Chipworks reports from time to time. Anything to discuss here?
Haha,They finally find you-The most famous CMOS image sensor blogger.
It's not that easy to find this blog. It's not listed by Google. And these days if you are not on Google - you do not exist.
Hello Image Sensor.Many of us here have been following your blog for a long time. We are regular readers. We acknowledge and thank you for your references to us in the past and in the present. My colleague and I would like to be able to share more of our day to day findings with you so your readers can gain insight in a more timely manner on what we are seeing virtually every day. But how do I share this information with you? For example If I wanted to share with you a cross section through the APS and edge of the latest Magnachip (or the device that I find that day) CIS, I can not simply cut and paste into a post. How can we more effectively communicate? Thanks for your time. Go man Go!
Jimbo,You are more than welcome to post here in the blog. To grant you posting permission I need your email address, preferrably one that you use when sign-in to blogger.com. You can send it privately to the email address listed in my profile.
Hello Image Sensor.I see no email in your profile. You can ping me at email@example.com. Thanks for getting back to me. The Razor and I look forward to feeding some good things your way. Cheers!
Jimbo, I've send you the invitation to post yesterday. Let me know in case of problems. Also, my profile includes email now.
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