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Sanyo announces 640x480 image sensor for cell phones
Posted: 22-Feb-2003 [Source: Nikei BP]

[The new Sanyo imager chip is the smallest of its kind and could bring vga resolution to camera phones.]

by Kenichi Takebe, Tokyo -- "Sanyo Electric Co, Ltd announced Feb. 18 its new image sensor module supporting VGA resolution (640 x 480 dots) for cell phones with build-in cameras."

"...The IGT99268M-ST integrates a charge-coupled device (CCD) image sensor, a signal processing LSI (with built in voltage conversion circuit), and two lenses. It supports VGA resolution and integrates a voltage conversion circuit, and it is the smallest digital camera module of this kind."

"The module measures 12.9mm x 9.9mm x 6.5mm. It has a low power consumption level of 95mW at five frames per second in operation. Also, it operates with a 2.9v single power supply, which makes it easy to design cell phones with built-in cameras."

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