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An ultra-wide-angle wireless camera using ultra wide band communication
by Dongha Shim; Hyung-O Kim; Minwoo Lee; Junwoo Kim; Nanhee Lee; Jason Yi; Kiwon Kang; Jeong-Jin Kang
International Journal of Sensor Networks (IJSNET), Vol. 19, No. 1, 2015

 

Abstract: A wide-angle wireless camera package using ultra wide band (UWB) communication is demonstrated in this paper. The camera is composed of a camera unit, camera processor module, UWB communication module, and power supply unit. A 162-degree lens module is developed to implement the ultra-wide-angle camera unit. All units are closely packed in a package tube with the size of ∼2 × 2 × 7 cm³ excluding an antenna. Measurements show that the camera package can transmit a high resolution video with the resolution of 2048 × 1536 (QXGA) at the frame rate of 15 fps in a MJPEG (Motion JPEG) compression mode. The camera has the maximum data transfer rate of ∼42 Mbps. The proposed camera can support ∼3X higher resolution and ∼5X higher data transfer rate than a commercial high-performance wireless camera. To the best of author's knowledge, this is the most compact wireless camera using UWB communication.

Online publication date: Sun, 23-Aug-2015

 

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