Camera interfaces vie for vision applications

Vieth, John
September 2003
Vision Systems Design;Sep2003, Vol. 8 Issue 9, pD3
Examines the benefits of adding Gigabit Ethernet as an interface for high-performance digital cameras. Primary elements of camera interface; Design considerations in the implementation of camera interface; Comparison of Gigabit Ethernet with alternative interfaces such as USB and FireWire.


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