Charge Injection Device (CID) has recently become a popular imaging device due to its versatility and high performance. The UCF's Electro-Optics Laboratory currently uses the TN 2505A, a General Electric solid state CID surveillance camera as an imager in an image processing system. The model offers two useful amplification techniques for video signal under low light condition: electronic gain boost and extended integration. This report describes the design and implementation of an external interface circuit that enables utilization of these two amplification techniques on the TN 2505A.
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Nguyen, Phuoc K., "Amplification of Video Signal Conditioner Circuit Design" (1987). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 5084.
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