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1T Pixel Using Floating-Body MOSFET for CMOS Image Sensors
AbstractWe present a single-transistor pixel for CMOS image sensors (CIS). It is a floating-body MOSFET structure, which is used as photo-sensing device and source-follower transistor, and can be controlled to store and evacuate charges. Our investigation into this 1T pixel structure includes modeling to obtain analytical description of conversion gain. Model validation has been done by comparing theoretical predictions and experimental results. On the other hand, the 1T pixel structure has been implemented in different configurations, including rectangular-gate and ring-gate designs, and variations of oxidation parameters for the fabrication process. The pixel characteristics are presented and discussed.
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Lu, G.-N.; Tournier, A.; Roy, F.; Deschamps, B. 1T Pixel Using Floating-Body MOSFET for CMOS Image Sensors. Sensors 2009, 9, 131-147.View more citation formats
Lu G-N, Tournier A, Roy F, Deschamps B. 1T Pixel Using Floating-Body MOSFET for CMOS Image Sensors. Sensors. 2009; 9(1):131-147.Chicago/Turabian Style
Lu, Guo-Neng; Tournier, Arnaud; Roy, François; Deschamps, Benoît. 2009. "1T Pixel Using Floating-Body MOSFET for CMOS Image Sensors." Sensors 9, no. 1: 131-147.
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