Endoscope

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Endoscope

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Overview

Our integrated circuits and reference designs for endoscopes help you achieve high quality imaging and light source while minimizing power consumption and size.

Design requirements:

Modern endoscopes require:

  • Controlling illumination levels and timing.
  • Processing the sensor data such as analog front ends (AFEs), programmable-gain amplifiers (PGAs) and analog-to-digital converters (ADCs).
  • Small form factor.

TI products may not be used in life-critical medical equipment unless authorized officers of the parties have executed a special contract specifically governing such use. See our Terms of Sale for additional information.

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Application note Multicore Programming Guide (Rev. B) 29 Aug 2012
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White paper Multicore processors bring innovation to portable medical imaging systems 07 Jun 2010
More literature Embedded Processor Software Toolkit for Medical Imaging Ver 2.0 07 Jun 2010
Technical articles A user interface that says "hello" 05 Nov 2014
White paper See the difference:DSPs in medical imaging 05 Nov 2008
White paper The future of medical imaging 05 Nov 2008

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