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VISION PROCESSOR

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VISION PROCESSOR The Matrox Odyssey XD, manufactured by Matrox Imaging, is a vision processor board powered by a free-scale G4 PowerPC embedded microprocessor and an Oasis processing and router ASIC. It features 512 MB of DDR SDRAM, up to 1 GB/s of external input/output bandwidth and more than 5 GB/s of memory bandwidth. The built-in 64-bit LVDS/RS-422 frame grabber has four independent 16-bit-wide inputs that can be configured to acquire from two-, four- and eight-tap monochrome sources as well as from RGB sources. The processor runs on Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP, Linux and QNX Neutrino.


Photonics Spectra
Jul 2005
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