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A 33-megapixel 120-frames/s (fps) CMOS image sensor has been developed. The 7808 × 4336 pixel 2.8-μm pixel pitch CMOS image sensor with 12-bit, column-parallel, two-stage, cyclic analog-to-digital converters (ADCs) and 96 parallel low-voltage differential signaling output ports operates at a data rate of 51.2 Gb/s. The pipelined operation of the two cyclic ADCs reduces the conversion time. This ADC architecture also effectively lowers the power consumption by exploiting the amplifier functiondoi:10.1109/ted.2012.2220364 fatcat:duispiyfnfbc5pm5jbqlnnlrhm