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November 16, 2020 //By Ally Winning
Pinnacle Imaging Systems has launched the company’s Denali 3.0 Programmable Image Signal Processor IP.
Pinnacle Imaging Systems has launched the company’s Denali 3.0 Programmable Image Signal Processor IP.
our customers' needs for mission-critical applications.”

Denali 3.0 supports the full line-up of Xilinx Zynq 7000 series and Zynq UltraScale+ programmable SoCs. It has native support for the ON Semiconductor AR0233 with a 20-bit image processing pipeline in Super Exposure Mode producing 120dB (20EV) of dynamic range with LED flicker mitigation.

“Achieving world-class dynamic range is a key focus for ON Semiconductor automotive sensor solutions. Our Hayabusa family of sensors are designed to achieve maximum dynamic range with LED flicker mitigation (LFM). Pinnacle Imaging Systems is on the-cutting edge of HDR processing technology, adapting its flexible ISP to support our new sensor innovations.” said Stephen Harris Director of Automotive Solutions Architecture for ON Semiconductor’s Automotive Sensing Division. “Their programmable Denali 3.0 ISP expands their data processing pipe to support the Hayabusa family’s native super-exposure 20-bit output achieving highest possible dynamic range with LFM.”

Several configurations of Denali 3.0 are already available for deployment on Xilinx Zynq 7000 and Xilinx Zynq UltraScale + Programmable SOC platforms as well as ON Semiconductor AR0233 and AR0239 configurations. Pinnacle will also deliver fully-customizable IP blocks for ASIC or system-level implementations with additional sensors to be supported soon.

More information

https://www.pinnacleimagingsystems.com/

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