For design and application of high-performance CMOS image sensor industrial digital cameras, the control system design of hardware circuit and software program of FPGA Configuration and Initialization in camera based on MCU AT89LS8252 is presented.
The hardware structure of IP network vidicon based on the PNX1303 and software framework based on the pSOS+ RTOS+ are described in this paper. Experimental results of IP network vidicon are also given.
The system has independent intellectual property righto It is car-mounted TV、 RADIO、 VCD、 DVD、 MP3、 CCD、 TFT display and audio system all functions roled into one, moreover may connect with GPS 、 GIS、 MP3、 vidicon and hard disk recorder directness and use.
A pyrometric device based on a consumer color digital video camera and a personal computer is described.
The installation contains a transparent multizone furnace, vibration and translation mechanisms, a laser illuminator, and a video camera.
The setup is equipped with a specially developed thermocuvette, a laser, a CCD video camera, a photodetector, units for processing electronic signals, and a computer.
In this case, an individual computer transmitting information to the control system of the storage ring via the local-area network is used in each beamline to process information from a beam position sensor equipped with a video camera.
A device with a video camera attached to a computer was developed for image density measurements.
The substorm on March 12, 1991 is studied using the data of ground-based network of magnetometers, all-sky cameras and TV recordings of aurora, and measurements of particle fluxes and magnetic field onboard a satellite in the equatorial plane.
The design of the collimator is based on the use of a 12-collimator radial neutron camera that was developed earlier and two complementary compact neutron cameras.
It is proposed that the compact neutron cameras be placed inside the shielding blocks located in the equatorial (nine collimators) and diverter diagnostic (seven collimators) ITER ports.
Calibration Procedures for X-ray Streak Cameras and Elements of X-ray Measuring Circuits
Setups developed for the calibration of X-ray streak cameras and of elements of X-ray measuring circuits are described.
Optical vidicon based on a layered semiconductor structure: Image reading and storage
Simple experiments demonstrating that the structure proposed works as a vidicon and a storage device capable of the data storage for at least two hours are presented.
Computer tracking of migrating cells projected under phase contrast onto a vidicon permits the rapid taking of multiple velocity measurements per cell so that reliable determinations of electrophoretic mobilities thereby result.
Instead, the chamber itself is directly viewed by a television vidicon camera, whose output is digitized for direct input to a computer or for recording on magnetic tape.
Preliminary experiments indicate that a measurement precision of 0.1% (i.e., to locate the center of a spark to 1 mm in a meter-wide chamber) will be easy to achieve with ordinary industrial vidicon tubes.