IS32 Optic RAM Datasheet and Steve Ciarcia's Micro D-CAM Artical
rdawson16 at hotmail.com
Fri Apr 11 10:21:38 CDT 2008
What a trip down memory lane (pun intended)
I worked for Micron in the Imaging Group until July, when the whole camera / cell phone market had a meltdown. The imaging group was spun off as a separate company, and we were to move from Boise Idaho to San Jose. Needles to say, most of us in my group that built new silicon test probe and DUT cards left. Like sure, are you going to double our salary to afford to live in San Jose? And leave beautiful Idaho?
Micron Imaging is now Aptina:
You might get to see our last project filming the athletes at the Beijing Olympics. We built a ultra high resolution imager as a technology demo, Ultra HD resolution, 16x HD, 4k x 4k resolution. Its also very high framerate, 1K frames per second.
I did the data pipes to stream the video off of the part, 16 750MHz LVDS differential pairs....
> From: dave06a at dunfield.com
> To: cctalk at classiccmp.org
> Date: Fri, 11 Apr 2008 07:47:00 -0500
> CC: jwallis at fbiacademy.edu
> Subject: Re: IS32 Optic RAM Datasheet and Steve Ciarcia's Micro D-CAM Artical
> > Mr. Dunfield,
> > In a 2004 posting you indicated that you had a copy of the Micron Technology IS32 OpticRAM data
> > sheet. Have you ever scanned the document? Would it be possible to obtain a copy?
> > Your assistance would be appreciated.
> > Jane Wallis
> I have placed the IS32 and Micro D-CAM articals at:
> I will leave them there for a few days - please download asap.
> dave06a (at) Dave Dunfield
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