The impact of frame quantization on the dynamic range of a one-bit image sensor
Published 2023-02-02Version 1
For a one-bit image sensor, the number of frames captured determines the quantization step size of the binary rate measurement. The discrete values of the binary rate set a maximum measurable intensity. In this note, we consider how this frame quantization impacts the high-end of the dynamic range of a one-bit image sensor.
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