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Successful progress of the HiDRaLoN project funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF)

October 22, 2012

In order to research alternative CMOS technology concepts for a new generation of high dynamic and high resolution image sensors with low noise interference a strong German project consortium has been assembled within the European CATRENE research project HiDRaLoN (High Dynamic Range and Low Noise CMOS Imagers).
After approx. 3 years project duration the research work will be finished with positive results.








Press release HiDRaLoN

www.hidralon.eu