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AcronymDefinition
ITInformation Technology
ITInternet Times
ITInternational Trade
ITIndia Today (newspaper)
ITIndividual Training
ITItaly (Including Sardinia & Sicily)
ITItem
ITInstitute of Technology
ITInvestment Trust
ITInnovative Technology
ITInformation Theory
ITIncome Tax
ITInitial Test
ITIndividual Therapy
ITInnovative Test
ITIntegrated Testing
ITIntegration Test
ITIntegration Testing
ITInternet Tonight (TechTV)
ITInfluence Technology
ITIran Time (GMT+0300)
ITInjury Time (soccer)
ITInstrument Team
ITInstrument Test
ITInclusive Tour
ITIowa Telecom
ITInside Terminal (telephony)
ITInspiration Technology (Compaq)
ITIntegrated Terminal
ITIntermediate Technology
ITInstructor Trainer (American Red Cross)
ITInstructor
ITImagine That
ITInstructional Technology (educational technology)
ITInternational Terrorism
ITInstitutional Training
ITIon Trap
ITInformation Systems Technician (US Navy Rating)
ITIntegral Transform
ITInflation Targeting
ITInheritance Tree (MIB)
ITIn Transition
ITInstant Teller (CIBC Banking, Canada)
ITItalic (linguistics)
ITImmunotherapy
ITIntermittent Therapy
ITInteroperability Test
ITIndustrial Trainee
ITIn Topic
ITIntegrated Teaming (Capability Maturity Model Integration)
ITIntercity Transit
ITImperial Tobacco
ITImmortal Technique (rapper)
ITInterline Transfer (CCD image devices)
ITIliotibial Band
ITIcy Tower (game)
ITIncidental Take
ITIntrathecal
ITImmunology Today
ITIntratumoral
ITIntratracheal
ITIlluminatus Trilogy (book series by R. A. Wilson & R. Shea)
ITImpulse Tracker (digital music)
ITIschial Tuberosity
ITInformation Terminology
ITIndie Talk (filmmaking web community)
ITIncentive Training (US DoD)
ITIncredible Technologies, Inc. (gaming manufacturer; Arlington Heights, IL)
ITInanimate Target
ITImproved Touring (racing forum)
ITInstituto de Telecomunicações (Portuguese: Telecommunications Institute)
ITInferotemporal Cortex (brain area)
ITIntegrated Timeline
ITInterruptible Transportation (low priority transportation service)
ITIgnition Transformer
ITIlmatorjunta (Finnish: Anti-aircraft defence)
ITInactivity Test
ITInsuficiencia Tricuspidea (Spanish: Tricuspid Insufficiency)
ITInsulating Transformer
ITInstructor Text Book
ITIntelligent Terrain
ITInter-Toll
ITIntegrated Trials
ITIntermediate Trunk
ITInner Targets
ITIndecisive Time (Kids Next Door TV show)
ITInternodal Transport (Sprint)
ITInterstitial Transfer
ITInspection Traveler
ITInternational Technology Division
ITIncome Tax Ruling Series (IRS)
ITIncreasing Term Rider (life insurance)
ITIconoclastic Titans (Quake 3 CTF Clan)
ITIndirectly Tunable
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The 4.5um interline transfer CCD pixel provides high resolution with a true electronic global shutter, while preserving critical imaging performance.
ON Semiconductor has added to its portfolio of Interline Transfer Electron Multiplying CCD (IT-EMCCD) image sensors that target extreme low-light applications such as medical and scientific imaging, as well as commercial and military applications for high-end surveillance.
The portfolio of Interline Transfer Electron Multiplication CCD (IT-EMCCD) image sensors has expanded with new options that target low-light industrial applications such as medical and scientific imaging as well as commercial and military applications for high-end surveillance.
The interline transfer technology allows short integration times without image smearing.
The Aspen is available with a wide array of detectors, including full-frame, interline transfer, or spectroscopy CCDs, and supports multiple binning modes.
Eastman Kodak Company announced its KAI-29050 Image Sensor, said to be the highest resolution CCD image sensor based on Interline Transfer technology.
Both cameras feature high-resolution, 1/4-inch interline transfer CCDs with 380,000 effective pixels that reproduce detailed images.
It is equipped with a next-generation Interline Transfer (IT) CCD imager and a large-diameter 15X optical zoom, which offers high picture quality and a minimum illumination of 1 lux.
The camera features an interline transfer 1/3-inch CCD with 752 (H) by 582 (V) picture elements, is operable with either Pal or NTSC signals, has a horizontal field of view of 5.5 degrees through a 50 mm F1.28 lens and a 4 Lux, F1.2 sensitivity at 3200K light temperature (with the AGC off).
The XCD-SX900UV video camera incorporates a 1/2-type Interline Transfer (IT) progressive scan CCD sensor based on Sony's HAD technology providing a spectral range of 230- to 1000-nm.
It features a half-inch Interline Transfer CCD that produces 570 lines of resolution with a minimum illumination of 6 lux and a signal-to-noise ratio of 56 decibels.
Charge-coupled device (CCD) cameras based on interline transfer sensors have a buffer designed into the CCD.