Packetized Display Protocol
One of the key technologies CDS has is a Packetized Display Protocol (PDP). PDP is a physical layer independent method of pixel data transmission capable of providing latency guarantees while maximizing performance. The goal with PDP is to send small sub-windows of data at a faster apparent frame rate, to be able to decode and display anywhere on the array, and maintain support for full resolution modes of operations.
800Hz, 100Hz, 2Hz
Displaying a scene with three (3) different frame rates: 800hz bouncing number, 100hz background of numbers (small numbers displayed on the whole scene), and 2hz large number. Recorded at 100hz. New compositor, PDP firmware, and command-line PDP display are working.
PDP 100Hz Background with 800Hz Hot Object Demo taken at Air Force Research Lab (AFRL) on NSLEDS 5
20KHz Frame Rate
20KHz PDP demo with a Hot Object moving across the 1024x1024 spatial resolution IRLED array. The scene is heavily slowed down as indicated by the timestamp. The scene was captured using FLIR's latest X69 series IR cameras which then had to be windowed down extensively to match CDS' 20KHz IRLED Scene Projector System.
1000Hz & 100Hz
Multi Frame rate scene using CDS PDP technology with a background (mountain) being displayed at 100Hz frame rate and the three (3) hot objects operating at 1000KHz.
Enhancing and Characterizing a Packetized Display Protocol (PDP) for Infrared Scene Projectors (IRSP), Tyler Browning, Ph.D. Thesis, University of Delaware, Spring 2021.
A Packetized Display Protocol Architecture for Infrared Scene Projection Systems, Aaron Landwehr, Ph. D. Thesis, University of Delaware, Fall 2020.
Hardware and Close Support Electronics Architectures for Enabling a Packetized Display Protocol on IRLED Scene Projectors, Christopher Jackson, Ph. D. Thesis, University of Delaware, Summer 2021.
IEEE Journal Paper
Further Enhancements to the PDP Architecture and State-of-the-art Results for high-speed IRSP operation, (Lead author: Tyler Browning), IEEE Rapid Conference, Miramar Beach, FL, August 2021.
Architectural Enhancements of a Packetized Display Protocol for high-speed IRSP operation, (Lead author: Tyler Browning). IEEE Rapid Conference, Miramar Beach, FL, August 2020.
Demonstration of Packetized Display Protocol (PDP) to overcome speed and resolution limitations of conventional display protocols, (Lead author: Chris Jackson). IEEE Rapid Conference, Miramar Beach, FL, August 2019.
Toward a Packetized Display Protocol Architecture for IRLED Projector Systems, (Lead author: Aaron Landwehr). IEEE Rapid Conference, Miramar Beach, FL, August 2018.
Next-generation data link for IRSP data transfer, (Lead author: Daniel May), IEEE Rapid Conference, Miramar Beach, FL, August 2021.