Abstract

A digital still camera image processing system on a chip, different from the video camera system, is presented for mobile phone to reduce the power consumption and size. A new color interpolation algorithm is proposed to enhance the image quality. The system can also process fixed patten noise (FPN) reduction, color correction, gamma correction, RGB/YUV space transfer, etc. The chip is controlled by sensor registers by inter-integrated circuit (I<sup>2</sup>C) interface. The voltage for both the front-end analog and the pad circuits is 2.8 V, and the volatge for the image signal processing is 1.8 V. The chip running under the external 13.5-MHz clock has a video data rate of 30 frames/s and the measured power dissipation is about 75 mW.

© 2010 Chinese Optics Letters

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