Design of a 600-Pixel-per-Inch, 30-Bit Color Scanner
Simply sampling an image at higher resolution will not give the results a customer expects. Other optical parameters such as image sharpness, signal-to-noise ratio, and dark voltage correction must improve to see the benefits of 600 pixels per inch.
by Steven L. Webb, Kevin J. Youngers, Michael J. Steinle, and Joe A. Eccher
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