DALSA Semiconductor Delivers World’s First 100+ Million Pixel CCD Image Sensor

100+ Million Pixel CCD Image Sensor

DALSA Semiconductor, a division of DALSA Corporation, announced that it has successfully fabricated and delivered the world’s highest resolution image sensor chip to its customer, Semiconductor Technology Associates (STA).

The CCD device, which measures approximately four inches by four inches, has a total resolution of over 111 million pixels (10,560 pixels x 10,560 pixels). It is the world’s first imager to break the 100 million pixel barrier.

STA developed the chip for the Astrometry Department of the U.S. Naval Observatory (“USNO”), funded by the Navy’s Small Business Innovation Research Program. The device will assist USNO in the determination of the positions and motions of stars, solar system objects and the establishment of celestial reference frames.


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