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Choose a power supply for an automotive camera module

As automotive camera technology advances with higher resolutions, dynamic ranges and frame rates, power-supply architectures need tailoring to the specific use-case requirements. Explore three strategies to power your automotive camera module.

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Texas Instruments Camera Prod1 Ed 100820 Kmr

This camera module reference design addresses the need for small cameras in automotive systems by combining a 2-megapixel imager with a 4-Gbps serializer. Additionally, it provides power supplies and voltage supervision in an ultra-small form factor.

Texas Instruments Camera Prod2 Ed 100820 Kmr

Automotive 2.6-MP camera module reference design with POL PMIC

This reference design includes a high-speed serial interface to connect a remote automotive camera module to a display or machine vision processing system with a coaxial cable transmitting both data and power.

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Texas Instruments Camera Prod3 Ed 100820 Kmr

Scalable automotive 2-MP camera module reference design with camera PMIC

This reference design provides a compact and scalable camera module for automotive driver assistance (ADAS) systems and other vision applications. It combines a 2-megapixel (2 MP) imager with a 4-Gbps serializer and four-channel power management integrated circuit (PMIC).

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Design Challenges in Automotive Camera Modules

As the industry moves towards fully autonomous vehicles, automotive cameras are set to become even more pervasive. To support this growing market demand, designers must choose power products that support streamlined and scalable development. 

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Design Scalability in Automotive Camera Modules

Maintaining a common power design platform is a challenge as the automotive camera modules can range. Discover ways to reduce your time to market as well as provide platform scalability and reusability to save time and cost.

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The Benefits of FlexPower PMIC Devices

As industrial and automotive processor power requirements evolve each year, the demand for system adaptability and higher performance is greatly increasing. TI's portfolio of FlexPower, multiphase PMICs provide such an adaptable and robust solution.

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Facing the challenges and seeing the opportunities for ADAS applications

The next engineering frontier, that some might argue will be the most challenging for the technology community, is real-time machine vision and intelligence. In this whitepaper, explore autonomous Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) applications and how cameras and stereo vision in particular is the keystone for safe, autonomous cars that can “see and drive” themselves.

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