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Title: A FPGA based image processing module I
Authors: So, Kai Hong
Department: Department of Electronic Engineering
Issue Date: 2009
Supervisor: Supervisor: Dr. Tsang, Peter W M., Assessor: Prof. Yan, Hong
Abstract: The goal of the task 1 of the project is to implement the adaptive decimation encoder on Xilinx Virtex II Pro FPGA. It is required that the transmission of the image is low-bit rate and the compression rate is high. Also, It is required that the encoder is real time operation. It is most important that logic gate should be as small as possible. In order to achieve the requirement of the image processing, the technique of the Adaptive decimation scheme can be applied. The scheme can be applied to the low cost of video production such as Integration of RFID and Video surveillance. The goal of the task 2 of the project is to implement Hardware basic blocks (ADC), (SRAM) and (SRAM Control). This basic block can be provided for further use. For example, the scrambling core would be implemented by these basic blocks. In this project, we would design two tasks to implement image processing based on FPGA. Task A is Adaptive Decimation Encoder detailed in Part I of the report. Task B is hardware implementation to build basic block detailed in Part II of the report.
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