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frame interline transfer CCD (FIT-CCD)

Frame Interline Transfer CCD (FIT-CCD) is one of several methods for reading out the charge states of a CCD sensor. In general, the aim is to read out the charge states from the small potential wells in such a way that a new image can be taken after the shortest possible time.

The Frame Interline Transfer method is a combination of Frame Transfer CCD (FT-CCD) and Interline Transfer CCD (IT-CCD). The CCD sensors working according to this method are extremely complex and relatively expensive.

In addition to the Frame Interline Transfer CCD (FIT-CCD), there are also Frame Transfer CCD (FT-CCD), Interline Transfer CCD (IT-CCD) and Full Frame CC D (FF-CCD).

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Englisch: frame interline transfer CCD - FIT-CCD
Updated at: 08.02.2019
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