Techinsights releases a free ebook “The latest development trends in CMOS Image Sensors.” This is a recap of a presentation given by Ziad Shukri at IISW 2021:

  • the latest analysis and trends of CMOS image sensors — resolution, pixel pitch, chip stacking and die configuration
  • active silicon thickness and pixel aspect ratio trends
  • trends and comparative analysis on ToF sensors, including both Front- and Back-illuminated, as well as recent NIR-optimized sensors
  • CIS trends for emerging applications and future challenges

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