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Image Processing Laboratory

The Image Processing Laboratory consists of multiprocessor computer workstations, storage server and backup, image acquisition and reproduction equipment, and computer hosted Digital Signal Processing boards; all connected over a high speed network with wireless capabilities. All the supporting software and uninterruptible power supplies complete the infrastructure.

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Boards Available:

Texas Instruments TMDX320026711:
The TMDX320026711 DSP Imaging Developer’s Kit (IDK) is a complete and easy-to-use development environment for rapid prototyping of advanced video and imaging systems based on the TMS320C6000 DSP Platform. The IDK provides real-time programmable performance to support video and imaging industry trends towards high bandwidth streaming video and real-time image processing. The IDK brings together all of the hardware and software elements needed into one
DSP board: 
150 MHz code-compatible TMS320C6711 DSP; 16 MB on-board memory; TI data converter and power management solutions
Capture/display daughter-board: 
Composite Video Input (NTSC or PAL); RGB Monitor Output (565 VGA or SVGA); NTSC/PAL compatible camera

Texas Instruments TMDXDMK642:
DSP & Memory:
600 Mhz DM642 DSP; 4 MBytes Flash, 32 MB of 133 MHz SDRAM and 256 kbit I2C EEPROM

Video Capture:
3 Female RCA connectors for composite video input (NTSC, PAL); 1 Female S-Video connector for component (Y-C) video input (NTSC, PAL)

Video Display:
3 Female RCA connectors (1 for composite video output, and 3 for RGB output or HDTV); 1 Female S-Video connector for RGB monitor output; 1 Female 15-pin VGA connector for RGB monitor output; On-Screen Display support (OSD FPGA)

2 Channel Line In (stereo), 8kHz to 96 kHz sampling rate; 2 Channel Line Out (stereo); 1 Microphone Input (mono); 1 SPDIF output
Can be used as a PCI plug-in card or stand-alone with an external power supply brick (+5V); 10BASE-T or 100 Base-TX using single RJ-45 connector; Dual UART interface; Daughter card interface for video port and memory bus expansion

Emulation, Power, Miscellaneous:
14-pin JTAG for external emulation hardware support; 60-pin next generation emulation header for advanced emulation features such as Trace and High Speed Real-Time Data Exchange; Boot mode selection via switches; Push button reset; 8 User defined LEDs and GPIOs; On-board switching voltage regulators for adjustable DSP core voltage (+1.2 to +1.4) and fixed +1.8V (OSD FPGA) and +3.3V