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CCD

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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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Reynolds and his colleagues went on to develop automated X-ray detectors, which led to the charge-coupled devices or CCDs that now collect most protein structural data.
Charge-coupled devices (CCD) have been the standard for X-ray imagers, but using an advanced active-pixel sensor (APS), the Photon 100, from Bruker AXS Inc., Madison, Wis., accomplishes this task with high sensitivity and performance on a complementary metaloxide semiconductor (CMOS) platform.
CCDs for All "For about two decades professional astronomers have used charge-coupled devices (CCD's) as detectors....
Infrared lasers detect the electronic light sensors in nearby cameras, known as charge-coupled devices.
plans to invest some 100 billion yen to boost its production capacity for charge-coupled devices for digital cameras at its Tonami plant in Toyama Prefecture, informed sources said Wednesday.
Charge-coupled devices behind the film record these images.
Infrared versions of the EP2 and EP4 LEDs are designed for use in remote control and charge-coupled devices, infrared applied systems, smoke detectors and security lighting.
These IR series LEDs are designed for use in remote control and charge-coupled devices, infrared applied systems, smoke detectors, security lighting and other applications.
said Thursday it will release the smallest and lightest digital video camera of those adopting three charge-coupled devices.
Among products that enjoyed particularly strong demand during the period, Sharp cited LCD TVs, cellphones equipped with digital cameras, flash memory chips, charge-coupled devices (CCDs) that act as the ''eyes'' of video cameras and complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) image sensors.
Moreover, in the case of CCDs (charge-coupled devices) used in digital cameras, there is a need to guarantee the amount of light received per pixel as a result of the contraction of pixel size associated with an increase in the number of pixels.

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