Persistence

The persistence signal decay is measured from a sequence of CDS frames of 10s dark integrations following the saturation with 200ke- fluence (10sec exposure). The persistence signal decays below read noise in ~40s for most of the detectors. It has been found that it is the time that the persistence signal has to decay after the first reset that is important and the subsequent resets had little or negligible effect.

Noise Histogram - Temporal

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Pixel-to-pixel Noise

Figure 5. Read noise histograms obtained from (left) temporal method using a stack of 10 (broad) and 100 CDS (narrow) frames and (right) pixel-to-pixel method.

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