Dynamic system-on-chip

  • 31-Jan-2012 04:36 EST

The ASX340AT system-on-chip (SOC) is a camera viewing solution from Aptina. Designed to meet the needs of Tier 1 manufacturers and OEMs, the SOC offers low-light performance, dynamic overlay capability, and operating temperature range of -40° to +105ºC (-40° to +221ºF). Suitable for applications such as rear-view cameras, blind-spot monitoring, and surround view, Aptina’s latest automotive SOC combines a proven 5.6-µm (220-µin) pixel and integrates Aptina DR-PIX technology for increased sensitivity and low-read noise for low-light scenes. The ¼-in (6.35-mm) optical format VGA sensor provides performance-focused features and SOC processing that provides integrators with the ability to design rear-view camera systems without the need for additional processing chips.

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