Tuesday, May 30, 2017

Panasonic Controlled Photoconductor GS HDR Sensor

Panasonic publishes a paper in Japanese "Development of Simultaneous Capture Wide Dynamic Range Technology and Global Shutter Technology for Organic Photoconductive Film Image Sensor" describing, essentially, a way to control sensitivity on per pixel basis. It's quite similar to the sensor presented at ISSCC 2017, but without the IR sensitivity:


  1. This is taking so long to deploy in the field. Could it be the longevity of the material is very short? Still researching to make it last at least 15 years for industrial & medical applications?

  2. Reliability, ghosting as seen in picture d), and photoresponse speed are all issues for panasonic.


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