Design of a 3D-IC Multi-Resolution Digital Pixel Sensor

Abstract : This paper presents a digital pixel sensor (DPS) integrating a sigma-delta analog-to-digital converter (ADC) at pixel level. The digital pixel includes a photodiode, a delta-sigma modulation and a digital decimation filter. It features adaptive dynamic range and multiple resolutions (up to 10-bit) with a high linearity. A specific row decoder and column decoder are also designed to permit to read a specific pixel chosen in the matrix and its neighborhood of 4 x 4. Finally, a complete design with the CMOS 130 nm 3D-IC FaStack Tezzaron technology is also described, revealing a high fill-factor of about 80%.
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Nicolas Brochard, J Nebhen,, Julien Dubois, Dominique Ginhac. Design of a 3D-IC Multi-Resolution Digital Pixel Sensor. Conference on Real-Time Image and Video Processing, SPIE, Apr 2016, Bruxelles, France. pp. Article Number: UNSP 989707, ⟨10.1117/12.2230138 ⟩. ⟨hal-01473921⟩

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