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AN75779 - How to implement an image sensor interface using EZ-USB™ FX3 in a USB Video Class (UVC) framework | Cypress Semiconductor

AN75779 - How to implement an image sensor interface using EZ-USB™ FX3 in a USB Video Class (UVC) framework

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Nov 09, 2021
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The high bandwidth provided by USB 3.0 puts high demands on ICs that connect peripherals to USB. This application note focuses on a popular USB 3.0 application: a camera (image sensor interfaced with EZ-USB™ FX3) streaming uncompressed data into a PC. The application note highlights the EZ-USB™ FX3 features specifically designed to maximize data throughput without sacrificing interface flexibility. This application note also gives implementation details about the USB Video Class (UVC). Conforming to this class allows the camera device to operate using built-in PC drivers and host applications, such as AMCap, Webcamoid, MPC-HC, and VLC media player. Finally, the application note shows you how to use the flexible image sensor interface in EZ-USB™ FX3 to connect two image sensors to implement 3D imaging and motion-tracking applications.

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