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2000-09-27 Digital PC camera design with IEEE1394a connection
With the booming demand for high performance, good quality video imaging, the need for a high-speed, high-bandwidth interface has become a focal point for the next generation of digital PC cameras. The IEEE1394a serial bus is ideally suited for this task, not only because of its 400Mbps- transmission capability, but also because of the emerging need for various applications that can reach 350 pixels.
1999-04-08 IEEE 1394a - An innovative industrial high performance serial bus standard
This paper describes the goals of the P1394a Supplement and has an introduction of the features supported in the supplement, such as bandwidth utilization, power consumption, bus reset, and suspend/resume capability.
2000-03-20 Digital PC camera design with IEEE1394 connection
This paper introduces the advantages of an IEEE1394a connection within a digital PC camera. It also gives a brief introduction of general system architecture. A sample design with a currently available 1394a PC camera is also covered.
2000-05-03 Digital PC camera design with IEEE1394 connection
This paper presents the advantages of an IEEE1394a connection within a digital PC camera and gives a brief introduction of general system architecture.
2008-10-15 The PC/104 evolution: PCIe in the mix
The PC/104 bus is an ISA-compatible, 3.550-inch x 3.775-inch, stackable board-level architecture that evolved from the MiniModule mezzanine bus fielded by Ampro Computer in 1987 and was standardized under the auspices of the PC/104 Consortium in 1992.
2007-08-08 Robust CPU module suits multimedia applications
A high processing performance, unique multimedia features and extreme low power consumption are the outstanding capabilities combined in the CPU module EXM32-AU1250 from MSC Vertriebs.
2004-01-08 Oxford chip supports FireWire standards
audio controller ic, oxford semiconductor, oxfw970, arm7tdmi, processor
2003-11-03 Oxford bridge chip offers 88MBps transfer rate
The OXFW912 from Oxford Semiconductor is claimed as the first FireWire800 (IEEE1394b) to IDE (ATA7) bridge chip to maximize transfer rates for both single- and dual-disk drives.
2006-05-04 Microsoft to support 1394b standard
Microsoft will provide support for the IEEE1394b standard "within a reasonable time" after the launch of Windows Vista.
2004-07-16 FireWire in the automobile market
FireWire is set to become an essential real-time multimedia component in the daily life of car drivers.
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