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Photon transfer : DN --> [lambda] / James R. Janesick

By: Contributor(s): Resource type: Ressourcentyp: Buch (Online)Book (Online)Language: English Series: SPIE press monograph ; 170Publisher: Bellingham, Wash. <1000 20th St. Bellingham WA 98225-6705 USA> : SPIE, 2007Description: 1 online resource (xiv, 258 p. : ill.)ISBN:
  • 9780819478382
  • 0819467227
  • 9780819467225
Subject(s): Additional physical formats: 0819467227. | 9780819467225. | Available in another form: No title DDC classification:
  • 621.367
  • 621.36/7 22
LOC classification:
  • TK8316
DOI: DOI: 10.1117/3.725073Online resources: Additional physical formats: Also available in print version.Summary: Photon Transfer is designed for a wide audience--from the novice to the advanced user already familiar with the method. For first-time users, the book's primary purpose is to give sufficient guidelines to accurately generate, calibrate, and understand imaging data products through the photon transfer method. The book contains more than 230 figures that present experimental CCD and CMOS data products and modeling simulations connected to photon transfer. Contents also provide hundreds of relations that support photon transfer theory, simulations, and dataSummary: 9. Modulation photon transfer. 9.1. Introduction -- 9.2. Sinusoidal signal -- 9.3. Sinusoidal noise -- 9.4. Modulation PTC -- 10. Signal-to-noise performance. 10.1. Uniform stimulus -- 10.2. Image s/n performance -- 10.3. Flat fielding -- 10.4. Image averaging -- 10.5. On-chip averaging -- 11. Read noise. 11.1. Introduction -- 11.2. Pixel source follower noise -- 11.3. Sense node reset noise -- 11.4. Dark current noise -- 11.5. ADC quantizing noise -- 11.6. Offset fixed pattern noise -- 11.7. System noise -- 12. Lux transfer. 12.1. Introduction -- 12.2. Minimum detection limit -- 12.3. Responsivity -- 12.4. Modulation ltc -- 12.5. Acceptable image -- 12.6. LTC ratio -- 12.7. LTC data sequence -- Appendix A. PTC data reduction example -- Appendix B. PTC simulation program with thermal dark current -- Appendix C. PTC simulation program with FPN removal through flat fielding -- Appendix D. LTC simulation program with thermal dark current -- Table of symbols -- References -- IndexSummary: Preface -- 1. Introduction. 1.1. Photon transfer history and application -- 1.2. Photon transfer family -- 1.3. Chapter review -- 2. Photon interaction. 2.1. Photoelectric effect -- 2.2. Quantum efficiency -- 2.3. Quantum yield -- 3. Photon transfer noise sources. 3.1. Photon shot noise -- 3.2. Signal shot noise -- 3.3. Fano noise -- 3.4. Fixed pattern noise -- 3.5. Read noise -- 4. Photon transfer theory. 4.1. Photon transfer relation -- 4.2. Sense node sensitivities -- 4.3. Interacting photon sensitivities -- 4.4. Incident photon sensitivities -- 4.5. Photon transfer general derivation -- 4.6. Effective quantum yield -- 5. Photon transfer curve. 5.1. PTC setup and generation -- 5.2. PTC family -- 5.3. PTC errors -- 5.4. Shutterless (time-delayed integration) PTC -- 5.5. Variance PTC -- 5.6. Example experimental PTC data -- 6. E-/dn variance -- 7. Nonlinearity. 7.1. Introduction -- 7.2. V/V nonlinearity -- 7.3. V/E- nonlinearity -- 8. Flat fielding. 8.1. Theory -- 8.2. Photon transfer verification -- 8.3. NonlinearityPPN: PPN: 1018189092Package identifier: Produktsigel: ZDB-50-SPI
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