Abstract

What is believed to be the first fully integrated two-dimensional complementary metal oxide semiconductor (CMOS) imaging array for laser Doppler blood flow imaging is demonstrated. The sensor has 64×64 pixels and includes both analog and digital on-chip processing electronics. This offers several potential advantages over commercial sensors as the processing is tailored to the signals of interest and the data bottleneck that exists between the sensor and processing electronics is overcome. To obtain a space efficient design over 64×64 pixels means that standard processing electronics used off-chip cannot be implemented. Images of both simulated blood flow responses and a blood flow occlusion test demonstrate the capability.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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