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design. At full speed (40MHz), and maximum array dynamic range (six decades), the power consumption will be 71 mW. Normal operation produces events at a maximum of 4MHz, for a dynamic range of five decades, while consuming 10mW. A full VGA with three decades of dynamic range operates at 2.46MHz and consumes only 1.3mW. Fig. 4 shows how the output rate per pixel, dynamic range, power and array size scales. The main drawback to this approach is the complexity of the digital frame grabber requireddoi:10.1049/el:20010993 fatcat:twyd3w4tafcbvomtf4kifrt5zi