Television – Camera – system and detail – Solid-state image sensor
348298, 348308, H04N 314
An integrated image processing system includes an array of cells arranged in rows and columns. Each cell corresponds to a pixel of an image and includes a photosensitive element for detecting the luminous intensity of its respective pixel and for generating a value. A first switch controls the transfer of the value from a respective photosensitive element to the corresponding capacitor, which stores the value. A second switch couples each of the cells in parallel to a common line. A control circuit receives the values from each cell on the common line and generates a signal for regulating the switching time interval of the first switch.
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