Solid state television camera (CCD-buried channel), revision 1.
- Apr 1, 1977.
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- 1 electronic document
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- An all solid state television camera was designed which uses a buried channel charge coupled device (CCD) as the image sensor. A 380 x 488 element CCD array is utilized to ensure compatibility with 525-line transmission and display monitor equipment. Specific camera design approaches selected for study and analysis included (1) optional clocking modes for either fast (1/60 second) or normal (1/30 second) frame readout, (2) techniques for the elimination or suppression of CCD blemish effects, and (3) automatic light control and video gain control techniques to eliminate or minimize sensor overload due to bright objects in the scene. Preferred approaches were determined and integrated into a deliverable solid state TV camera which addressed the program requirements for a prototype qualifiable to space environment conditions.
- NASA Technical Reports Server (NTRS) Collection.
- Document ID: 19770018485., Accession ID: 77N25429., NASA-CR-151418., and ED-AX-76-REV-1.
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