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Charge-coupled Device (ccd)

A charge-coupled device is a type of circuit. It contains linked (charged) capacitors that enable electric charges to move from one capacitor to a nearby one. This technology has extensive uses. It is commonly found in many image sensors and digital cameras for capturing images. At the moment, they are one of the most extensively and commonly used forms of technology in these devices.

What Small and Midsize Businesses Need to Know About Charge-coupled Device (ccd)

CCD chips are commonplace in many pieces of hardware. They are one of the pieces of hardware that businesses use regularly but may not even realize that they use. Thanks to the availability of CCDs, small businesses are able to use advanced digital cameras. CCDs have also helped to drive down teh cost of these commonly used goods, allowing more businesses to afford these items.

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