Digital input on a VME card

D-VIM is a digital video-input module for the VME bus that can accept two independent video channels. The 8-bit digital video is accepted from a front-panel RS-422 connector at pixel clock rates from 9 to 20 MHz. Channels can be configured to accept interlaced or noninterlaced digitized video and custom video formats. On-board real-time zoom, contrast, and brightness enhancement of real-time video are controlled by Primalib, a C-based graphics library. Primagraphics Ltd., Graphics Court, Melbo

Dec 1st, 1996

Digital input on a VME card

D-VIM is a digital video-input module for the VME bus that can accept two independent video channels. The 8-bit digital video is accepted from a front-panel RS-422 connector at pixel clock rates from 9 to 20 MHz. Channels can be configured to accept interlaced or noninterlaced digitized video and custom video formats. On-board real-time zoom, contrast, and brightness enhancement of real-time video are controlled by Primalib, a C-based graphics library. Primagraphics Ltd., Graphics Court, Melbourn Science Park, Melbourn, Royston, Herts SG8 6EJ, England; 44 1763-262041.

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