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Experience with a FASTBUS Based Data Acqutisition System for Imaging Coronary Arteries

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Siskind, Eric J. ; NYCB Real-Time Computing, Inc. Port Washington, NY 11050 ; Ong, L. ; Srinivasan, M. ; Frost, M.
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The design specifications, hardware features, performance, and development costs of a FASTBUS based data acquisition system for transporting image data under the control of a VAX-11/780 computing system are described. The system currently transports digitized images from a television camera running at up to 16 bits per pixel, 512 pixels per scan line, 512 lines per frame, and 30 frames per second via FASTBUS into a large bulk memory by employing no-handshake (MS=3) block transfers at a 148 megabyte/second transfer rate.

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Nuclear Science, IEEE Transactions on  (Volume:31 ,  Issue: 1 )