Hi, I would like to connect multiple industrial line scan cameras to a Jetson AGX Xavier development board through a frame grabber card that supports camera link interface. There are camera link frame grabber cards on the market that support dual base cameras through a PCIe x4 interface. There are also camera link frame grabber cards that support quad base cameras through a PCIe x8 interface.
Jetson AGX Xavier specs state that it supports x8 PCIe, that’s why I am highly interested in these. Are there any tested frame grabber cards for Jetson boards?
we had 8-lane reference driver based-on SLVS-EC which plugged into PCIe slot.
SLVS-EC signaling can be obtained through PCIe bus by configuring UPHY, this UPHY setting is done by BPMP firmware and is configured during system boot-up.
you might access L4T Sources via download center,
please also check below kernel sources for reference, $l4t-r32.2/public_sources/kernel_src/kernel/nvidia/drivers/media/spi/imx204.c
The specific cameras we use transfer data via Camera Link protocol. Camera Link is a camera protocol that is used in industrial applications. It requires specific frame grabber cards that are plugged into PCIe slots. Here are a few examples:
We don’t have resources to develop a driver. We are looking for a Camera Link frame grabber card, whose driver and API are provided by its manufacturer. We are basically looking for a plug-and-play Camera Link frame grabber solution.
Did you have any experience with a Camera Link frame grabber card? If there is a tested and confirmed camera link card, we can buy and use those cards in our projects, along with Nvidia’s Jetson AGX Xavier boards.
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