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<p>United States. On 29 January 1970, Willard S. Boyle and [[Oral-History:George E. Smith|George E. Smith]], of [[Bell Labs|Bell Labs]], submitted a paper on their invention of the CCD (charge-coupled device) to the Bell System Technical Journal. The device has been adapted to many uses, espcecially in electronic image sensors. </p>
 
<p>United States. On 29 January 1970, Willard S. Boyle and [[Oral-History:George E. Smith|George E. Smith]], of [[Bell Labs|Bell Labs]], submitted a paper on their invention of the CCD (charge-coupled device) to the Bell System Technical Journal. The device has been adapted to many uses, espcecially in electronic image sensors. </p>
  
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Animation by Michael Schmid, Charge transfer in a three-phase CCD

George E. Smith

United States. On 29 January 1970, Willard S. Boyle and George E. Smith, of Bell Labs, submitted a paper on their invention of the CCD (charge-coupled device) to the Bell System Technical Journal. The device has been adapted to many uses, espcecially in electronic image sensors.