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The GPIF II interface can run at a maximum of 100MHz, with a maximum 32-bit data bus. The maximum throughput supported by the GPIF interface is 32 bits * 100MHz = 3.2Gbps (400MBps).
The data coming from the sensor should be less than or equal to maximum throughput supported by GPIF interface (400MBps) i.e.
600*800*bytes/pixel* 500 < = 400MBps
When GPIF bus width is 32 bits and PCLK is 100 MHz, if Bytes/pixel = 1, then 600*800*1*500 < 400 MBps
Note: 3.2Gbps throughput is for the case when GPIF bus width is 32 bits and 100 MHz clock. At PCLK 100MHz, configuring the GPIF interface for 8/16/24 bits bus width will reduce the data throughput.
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