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Rashmi Vijayaraghavan Phones & Addresses

  • Dallas, TX
  • Addison, TX
  • 4701 Charles Pl, Plano, TX 75093 (972) 473-9026 (214) 473-9026
  • 8804 Bluffcreek Ln, Plano, TX 75024 (972) 377-2254 (972) 377-8211
  • 3801 Spring Creek Pkwy, Plano, TX 75023 (214) 473-9026
  • 322 Calstone Dr, Allen, TX 75013 (214) 383-2781
  • Richardson, TX
  • Arlington, TX
  • 4701 Charles Pl, Plano, TX 75093 (972) 473-9026

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Position: Administrative Support Occupations, Including Clerical Occupations

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Dallas And Fort Worth Area

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Location:
Dallas, TX
Industry:
Semiconductors
Work:

Dallas and Fort Worth Area
Skills:
Logic Synthesis
Static Timing Analysis
Soc
Asic
Rtl Design
Dft
Rtl Coding
Physical Design
Systemverilog
Functional Verification
Ic
Verilog
Mixed Signal
Vlsi
Modelsim
Tcl
Semiconductors
Fpga
Hardware Architecture
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Rashmi Vijayaraghavan

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Publications

Us Patents

Multi-Dimensional Keystone Correction Image Projection System And Method

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US Patent:
20060204125, Sep 14, 2006
Filed:
Mar 9, 2005
Appl. No.:
11/076092
Inventors:
Jeffrey Kempf - Dallas TX, US
Rashmi Vijayaraghavan - Plano TX, US
Donald Doherty - Richardson TX, US
International Classification:
G03B 21/14
G06K 9/40
US Classification:
382274000, 353069000, 353070000
Abstract:
A digital circuit, system, and method for keystone correction of a projected image utilize a digital compensation engine to resize a digital image prior to projection. Preferred embodiments of the present invention utilize a compensation engine with a separable architecture in which the two-dimensional image-resizing task is partitioned to use two engines. Horizontal image resizing is performed first, followed by vertical image resizing. Two large polyphase, anti-aliasing, finite impulse response (“FIR”) filters are used to resize the data. A 639-tap filter is used for horizontal resizing, and a 383-tap filter for vertical resizing. Pixels in the corrected image can be positioned with arbitrary accuracy to avoid forming stair-stepped lines in the corrected image. The coefficients for the FIR filters can be stored with 10-bit precision to provide a resized image without loss of visible quality. The compensation engine can be readily configured with an ASIC device or in software.
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