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1 Night Vision James Stacy Brian Herre Maurio Grando Eric Faller Chris Bawiec James Team Bender

2 Hardware High Level Design James

3 Completed Goals HC11 wired up and executing commands via EPROM SRAM written to and verified Latch and Bus drivers wired up Schematics drawn to present stage in design Most parts have been acquired James

4 uProcessor, Bus Driver, and Latch Maurio

5 Control Logic, EPROM, and SRAM Maurio

6 Optics Cell Phone Camera Lens Size and Shape same for our CCD Focal length and lens are perfect Probably has filter to eliminate IR Can be used for testing CCD output Alternate lens idea: Used lens Definitely passes IR radiation Need to figure out focal length for CCD size Maurio

7 CCD Maurio

8 Suggested Wiring/Drivers

9 Input Waveforms Brian

10 Output Waveforms Max Freq MHz Conforms to RS-170 black and white TV (30frames/sec) Brian

11 Xilinx VGA module VGA data FPGA Video logic Current Row & Column 8-bit pixel data Interface to RAM VGA logic Brian

12 Software Processes Three main software programs: Boot monitor Camera operating system Computer interface program Eric

13 Boot Monitor Stored in ROM First thing that runs when HC11 is reset Provides simple interface via RS-232: Upload new OS software into RAM Run basic tests Inputs: OS software, test commands Outputs: Running software, test results Eric

14 Camera OS Stored in RAM during development Can be burned into ROM when finished Multiple interfaces: Camera logic Computer Shuffles data around Does not compute anything Eric

15 OS–Logic interface Interfaces with the FPGA to take a picture and get the image data Inputs: Image Data Outputs: Control signals to disable frame updates Eric

16 OS-Computer interface Interfaces with PC workstation via custom serial protocol Protocol is very simple Commands processed serially No need for multiple threads or interrupts Inputs: “Take picture” command Outputs: Image data in predefined RAW format Eric

17 Computer software Provides the UI for the camera Allows user to interact with boot monitor and OS Displays captured images Saves images as JPEG files Eric

18 Computer Software Mock-up Chris

19 Division of Labor FPGA-VGA and Control logic Eric, James CCD – Lens Brian, Maurio RS-232 communication James, Chris Software Programming Eric, Chris Schematics Chris Interfacing FPGA and CCD Eric, Maurio RAM Maurio, Brian Chris

20 Parts list uProcessor (MC68HC11E) Latch (74HC373) Bus Driver (74HC245A) EPROM (AT29C256) SRAM (HM62256) 512k SRAM (K6T4008C1B) CCD (TC237B) FPGA (XCS10) VGA Port Serial Port Clock (8 MHz) ADC (AD976A) FPGA EPROM Chris

21 Schedule Chris

22 Questions ?


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