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Device for visualization of information from linear optical sensor

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3 Author(s)
Krantov, N. ; Fac. of Electron., Tech. Univ. - Sofia, Bulgaria ; Djamiykovi, T. ; Dontscheva, M.

In engineering practice, over and over again, there is an increase in the area of applications based on linear and matrix array optical sensors which are sensitive to EM radiation and produce electrical signals in proportion to the radiation strength. Constructing a visualization of the received sensor data on a visual terminal-monitor is essential from the viewpoint of testing the efficiency and providing an optimal working mode of the sensor, such as setting up an integration time, and adjusting the optical system by monitoring of the digital output level of all pixels. The resources for control sensors which process the collected information are different and depend on the particular problem requiring solution. The fast growth of programmable logic naturally leads to sources for achieving a solution - these are XILINX's programmable logic devices. In addition, the versatile high hierarchy language VHDL for describing, simulating, synthesizing and implementing of digital sockets directs the final choice.

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Electronics Technology: Meeting the Challenges of Electronics Technology Progress, 2004. 27th International Spring Seminar on  (Volume:3 )

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13-16 May 2004