The Image Transceiver Device: Studies of Improved Physical Design
AbstractThe Image Transceiver Device (ITD) design is based on combining LCOS micro-display, image processing tools and back illuminated APS imager in single CMOS chip . The device is under development for Head-Mounted Display applications in augmented and virtual reality systems. The main issues with the present design are a high crosstalk of the backside imager and the need to shield the pixel circuitry from the photocharges generated in the silicon substrate. In this publication we present a modified, “deep p-well” ITD pixel design, which provides a significantly reduced crosstalk level, as well as an effective shielding of photo-charges for the pixel circuitry. The simulation performed using Silvaco software [ATLAS Silicon Device Simulator, Ray Trace and Light Absorption programs, Silvaco International, 1998] shows that the new approach provides high photo response and allows increasing the optimal thickness of the die over and above the 10-15 micrometers commonly used for back illuminated imaging devices, thereby improving its mechanical ruggedness following the thinning process and also providing a more efficient absorption of the long wavelength photons. The proposed deep p-well pixel structure is also a technology solution for the fabrication of high performance back illuminated CMOS image sensors.
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David, Y.; Efron, U. The Image Transceiver Device: Studies of Improved Physical Design. Sensors 2008, 8, 4350-4364.
David Y, Efron U. The Image Transceiver Device: Studies of Improved Physical Design. Sensors. 2008; 8(7):4350-4364.Chicago/Turabian Style
David, Yitzhak; Efron, Uzi. 2008. "The Image Transceiver Device: Studies of Improved Physical Design." Sensors 8, no. 7: 4350-4364.