Pixel processor yields two-chip camera

Wright, Maury; Granville, Fran
March 1998
EDN;03/13/98, Vol. 43 Issue 6, p20
Trade Publication
Announces the release of Rockwell Semiconductor Systems company in Newport Beach, California pixel-processor integrated circuit (IC), with targets digital-camera designers. Features of the pixel-processor; Function of the device; Performance of the device; How the device works.


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