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CCD

abbr.
1. charge-coupled device
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CCD

abbreviation for
(Electronics) charge-coupled device

CCD

charge-coupled device: a semiconductor chip with a light-sensitive grid, used for converting images into electrical signals.
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Compared to the older CCD sensor technology, CMOS image sensors are easier to integrate in camera designs, use less power, and can operate at much higher frame rates.
The intensified image is then transmitted from the intensifier phosphor screen to a CCD sensor by means of a proprietary fiber optic bundle coupling.
0-megapixel CCD sensor and a 5x wide-angle optical Zoom-NIKKOR glass lens that assures outstanding image quality with every shot.
The answer to the question is yes; removing the infrared blocking filter does improve the spectral sensitivity of the CCD sensor at both the blue and red end, as seen from the results.
Charles K Kao was cited for his breakthrough involving the transmission of light in fibre-optics, while Willard S Boyle and George E Smith were honoured for inventing an imaging semiconductor circuit known as the CCD sensor.
The second unit has a CCD sensor and PoE support (DCS-3410) with low-light video capture.
Eastman Kodak Company (Kodak) (NYSE: EK) have announced the development of a 50 megapixel CCD sensor for use in digital photographic applications.
The CCD sensor is bulkier and more rigid than film thus at times it can be challenging to position in patients with smaller mouths.
Instead, a fiber-optic probe inside the extruder die connected to a spectrophotometer with a CCD sensor outside the extruder provides the first commercial system for real-time, on-line monitoring of color in the melt stream.
The Sony high-sensitivity CCD sensor displays the image through a premium ferroelectric liquid crystal ocular viewer.
Video from a hemispherical CCD sensor payload is displayed on a four-inch monitor at the surface of an area being explored.
Geodetic Systems (Melbourne, FL) has launched its third-generation digital photogrammetric camera, the INCA3, which employs a high-resolution CCD sensor and a compact industrial PC.