Mulliner, Jason
September 2003
Vision Systems Design;Sep2003, Vol. 8 Issue 9, pD7
Examines the efficiency and performance of Camera Link serial buses in the machine-vision industry. Factors frequently overlooked in designing industrial or scientific machine-vision systems; Specifications of the Camera Link interface; Improvements needed in Camera Link.


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