My project is a simple data storage device.
There is a camera 1936*1456 pixels RGB 24bit 5fps
The data rate is about 43MB/sec. No compression allowed, we need maximum resolution.
This data must be recorded on a 1TB hard drive.
That's all for now.
The camera is interfaced via the GbEthernet and a WD HD is connected to the USB2.0
I do not think this is even possible, because USB2 in reality is way slower than the theoretical 60MB/sec.
Furthermore, I do not think the ARM can handle the data rate.
I am new to ZYNQ and this may be a disaster in the making.
Can anybody give me a sanity check, if this is possible or not and may have any recommendations how I could do things differently and also what the estimated frame data rate could be at the most.