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83" QXGA microdisplay, the world's highest resolution, full color microdisplay, at the SPIE Security + Defence Exhibition in Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
Courtesy of its advanced graphics architecture, OMAP4470 enables customers to leverage tomorrow's leading-edge display technology by supporting resolution up to QXGA (2048x1536).
This new state-of-the-art Sony Micro Device SXRD QXGA LCOS panel was developed to fulfill the projection visual requirements specific to high-end training, military and commercial simulation industries.
The OV3650 color sensor is a low-voltage, high-performance 1/4-inch 3 megapixel CMOS image sensor that provides the full functionality of a single chip QXGA (2048 x 1536) camera in a small footprint package.
The OV3647 has a 3 MegaPixel image array, capable of operating at up to 15 frames per second (fps) in QXGA (2048 x 1536) resolution, with complete user control over image quality, format and output data transfer.
A possible two-camera configuration includes ST's newest image signal processor in combination with the VB6851, a SMIA-compliant QXGA auto-focus camera with best-in-class module size (8.
The scaling engine inside the Realta uses as many as 1024 taps and can scale all resolutions up to QXGA.
Analog Video Matrix Switcher: Using National's LMH6584 and LMH6585 wide-band 32 x 16 analog crosspoint switches, designers can increase picture resolution to QXGA (2048 x 1536) and beyond in various wideband video applications, including studio monitoring/production video systems, conference room video systems, KVM systems and wide-band routers and switches.
MultiView utilizes patent-pending RepliSync(TM) and complex, state-variable signal EQ technologies to enable UXGA video distribution at 1,500 feet (457m) and QXGA video at 1,000 ft.
It drives resolutions greater than QXGA (2048 pixel x 1536 pixel video graphics standard) at a gain of 2 for very high-speed video and monitor applications.
The LMH6583 16 x 8 analog crosspoint switch provides the industry's highest bandwidth (500 MHz), giving systems a boost in bandwidth to extend video resolution to QXGA (2048 x 1536) and beyond.
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