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28 September 2011 The design for embedded network infrared video monitoring system based on Linux OS
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This paper describes the way to design an embedded network infrared video monitoring system based on Linux OS. Firstly, we make a comparison of the hardware solution between some regular monitoring systems, and then design the hardware system that we needed. Our hardware system uses the i.mx27 processor with the ARM9 core. Secondly, the software platform is introduced in this paper. The Linux operate system is applied in our software solution. According to the characteristic of Linux OS, we download uboot to the demo board, transplant the Linux kernel and jffs2 file system to the embedded system, and briefly compile and download drivers. Finally, the application software design process is introduced in the paper. The system can be used to encode the picture captured from infrared CCD, and then send the picture to another same embedded system to decode the picture, and finally display it on the LCD and achieve the goal of the infrared video's remote monitoring. As the infrared CCD would not be affect by the dim light, this monitoring system could be used all day long.
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Lei Liu, Chen Ning, Xiaojun Zhou, and Tao Pan "The design for embedded network infrared video monitoring system based on Linux OS", Proc. SPIE 8185, Electro-Optical and Infrared Systems: Technology and Applications VIII, 81850Y (28 September 2011); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.903028
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