January 10, 2002
Using Embedded Linux in a high-speed gated intensified camera
Author: JT Smith
Anonymous Reader writes, "This technical article at LinuxDevices.com describes the use of Embedded Linux in the design of the Elphel Model 303 High Speed Gated Intensified Camera. The device combines a fast gated micro-channel plate (MCP) image intensifier, a CMOS image sensor, and an embedded computer based on an Axis ETRAX RISC processor running Embedded Linux. These three ingredients made it possible to create a compact, ultra-fast (10 ns exposure, +/- 0.8 ns jitter) camera complete with an Ethernet interface and built-in webserver. Read the article here."