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  • A real-time image processing technologyfor fog, haze, and dust removal Beijing, CN-EN, December 14, 2012 - A real-time image defogging technology has been developed in Fujitsu Research & Development Center Co., Ltd. It can process images degraded by fog, haze, dust, and air pollution, and get restored images clearly in a high speed. Compared with existing method, its run speed improves about 100 times. Images with resolution of 720x480 can be processed in real-time with software on PC. At the same time, this technology features low computational complexity and low memory demand. It can be fused into surveillance cameras with low complexity hardware implementation.


  • Fujitsu Demonstrates Ultra High-Speed Short-Reach Data Transmission Based on Multi-level Signalling and Advanced ADC/DAC Technology Beijing, CN-EN, September 07, 2012 - Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe (FSEU) has demonstrated the transmission of >100Gbps over a single CEI-28G-VSR channel, effectively quadrupling the data rate throughput defined by the Optical Internetworking Forum (OIF) for this chip-to-chip electrical interface. This serves as a benchmark for what can be achieved over short-reach electrical channels using the same field-proven CMOS converter technology deployed in long-haul optical transport systems today. Key to the study is a comparison of the relative advantages and disadvantages of PAM (Pulse-amplitude Modulation) encoding versus DMT (Discrete Multi-Tone) over this particular channel. FSEU’s test and demonstration platform is based on the test chips and evaluation boards for the family of 40nm, 65GSps CMOS converters (“LEIA” DAC for transmit and “LUKE” ADC for receive).



  • Fujitsu Develops Innovative Anti-Distortion Technology to Cut Energy Use by Two-Thirds Beijing, CN-EN, March 09, 2012 - Fujitsu Limited, Fujitsu Laboratories Limited and Fujitsu Research and Development Center Co., Ltd. of China today announced the development of a digital signal processing algorithm to compensate for waveform distortion in long-haul transmission systems of over several hundreds of kilometers. This, in turn, enables a roughly twenty-fold improvement in the compensation ability per circuit size compared to typical existing technology, representing a considerable improvement of approximately three times compared to circuits previously developed by Fujitsu. As a result, the new technology has succeeded in extending the long-haul operating range of optical signals. By reducing the energy consumption of compensation circuits by two-thirds, the new technology also helps cut energy consumption throughout an entire network.