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Design of the driving system for visible near-infrared spatial programmable push-broom remote CCD sensor
Author(s): Zhipeng Xu; Jun Wei; Qianting Zhou; Dongshan Weng; Jianwei Li
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Paper Abstract

VNIR multi-spectral image sensor has wide applications in remote sensing and imaging spectroscopy. An image spectrometer of a spatial remote programmable push-broom sensing satellite requires visible near infrared band ranges from 0.4μm to 1.04μm which is one of the most important bands in remote sensing. This paper introduces a method of design the driving system for 1024x1024 VNIR CCD sensor for programmable push-broom remote sensing. The digital driving signal is generated by the FPGA device. There are seven modules in the FPGA program and all the modules are coded by VHDL. The driving system have five mainly functions: drive the sensor as the demand of timing schedule, control the AD convert device to work, get the parameter via RS232 from control platform, process the data input from the AD device, output the processed data to PCI sample card to display in computer end. All the modules above succeed working on FPGA device APA600. This paper also introduced several important keys when designing the driving system including module synchronization, critical path optimization.

Paper Details

Date Published: 9 November 2010
PDF: 6 pages
Proc. SPIE 7853, Advanced Sensor Systems and Applications IV, 78531O (9 November 2010); doi: 10.1117/12.868601
Show Author Affiliations
Zhipeng Xu, Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics (China)
Jun Wei, Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics (China)
Qianting Zhou, Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics (China)
Dongshan Weng, Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics (China)
Jianwei Li, Shanghai Institute of Technical Physics (China)

Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 7853:
Advanced Sensor Systems and Applications IV
Brian Culshaw; Yanbiao Liao; Anbo Wang; Xiaoyi Bao; Xudong Fan; Lin Zhang, Editor(s)

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