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MASsive Successive Approximation Register (MASSAR)The power consumption for an array of high resolution and fast Analog to Digital converter is under control.
» Description and functionalities- Converter, based on SAR architecture, allowing for high dynamics and including 512 paths, resolution and hundreds of channel in parallel
- Compatible with future VHR (Very High Resolution) Camera
» Technology- CMOS, 0.35um Technology
- SAR (Successive Approximation Register) Architecture
» PerformancesBest compromise between power consumption (0.5mW/ch), resolution (14 bit) and the conversion speed (0.5MSPS/ch)
» LaboratoryLPSC-Laboratoire de Physique Subatomique et de Cosmologie. réf : 100401-Dzahini-massar-06042011
» Target- Imagers
- Detectors with highly dense signal reading paths
» Application area- Visible and IR Bolometry
- Imaging devices
- Analog to Digital Converter
- Signal processing
» MarketImagery (medical, military, general public), detection, highly dense embedded systems
» Transfert offerLicensing
» Collaboration soughtSeeking companies for licensing agreements or collaboration developments.
» Contact :Christophe POYET : +33 (0)4 76 574 891
InterviewThe solution :
A key element in modern integrated systems of signal processing (imagery, detection, MEMS) is the imaging conversion module. MASSAR allows users to respond to market demands by offering the optimal compromise between the consumption, resolution and speed of the blocking conversion.