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Part No. ICM202B
Description  CIF/QCIF CMOS image sensor with digital YUV output
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ICM202B CIF/QCIF CMOS sensor with digital YUV output
Data Sheet V2.0, February 2003
©2000, 2001,2002, 2003 IC Media Corporation & IC Media Technology Corp
web site: http://www.ic-media.com/
web site: http://www.ic-media.com.tw/
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101,376 (352x288) pixels, CIF format, used with 1/7” optical system
Correlated double sampling
On-chip 9-bit ADC
On-chip digital signal processing
Real-time color interpolation
Programmable/Automatic exposure control
Programmable/Automatic white balancing and color correction
Programmable sharpening control
Programmable color saturation control
Programmable gamma correction
Programmable brightness correction
Programmable hue correction
Programmable contrast correction
Programmable anti-flickering (50Hz, 60Hz or off, like outdoor)
Progressive readout
Video mode and single frame mode
Output data format: 8/16-bit YUV/YCbCr, 24-bit RGB, 16-bit RGB, 8-bit raw data
Output modes: CIF and Sub-sampling QCIF, programmable
Input/output interface: SIF
Power down mode
Automatic optical black compensation
Left-Right Mirror image
Up-down Mirror image
Single power supply, 2.8+/- 0.2V and/or 3.3V +/- 0.15V
General Description
This is a single-chip digital color imaging device. It incorporates a 352 x 288 sensor array operating at
max. 30 frames per second in progressive manner. Each pixel is covered by a color filter, which formed a
so-called Bayer pattern. Correlated double sampling is performed by the internal ADC and timing
Depending on the brightness of the scene, the raw data can be adjusted by the digital gain for all pixels, or
be adjusted separately for the 4 Bayer pattern pixels. This is done either by the built-in automatic
exposure control circuit, or can be done manually by the external CPU via serial bus control.
The data are then processed by the color interpolation module so that each pixel will get a complete set of
RGB values. To correct or enhance color, automatic white balance circuit is built-in. The user may
perform white balancing and color correction manually by external CPU via serial bus too. Color
saturation control is programmable via serial bus, if user is not satisfied with the default settings
At the final stage, the gamma correction can also be performed, in addition to default value. The output
formats include 8/16-bit YUV or YCbCr, 24-bit, 16-bit RGB, and 8-bit raw data which can be fed to other
DSP, color processing, or compression chips.

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