While most cameras use an analog filter and single sampling, we have developed a high speed digitizer and a digital filter to sample each pixel, outperforming standard readout electronics.
The SCI-Cam is a CCD camera for astronomical and other scientific applications, running a closed-cycle refrigerator and an in-vacuum 100 MSPS 16-bits ADC. An FPGA-based pixel processor delivers the lowest readout noise by applying our optimal filtering technology
Andes Scientific Instruments is a spinoff from Universidad Católica, in Santiago, Chile. Driven by our engineering expertise in instrumentation for astronomy and particle physics, we are committed to developing new technologies for the Photonics field.
“Expand scientific knowledge by developing high performance cameras and instruments”
University of Durham
University of Arizona
Juan Andres Bozzo
Juan Eugenio Venegas