Would like to check if TI has a solution for MIPI DSI to HDMI?
I have seen http://www.ti.com/lit/an/slla325a/slla325a.pdf which is HDMI to LVDS. And I have taken a look at the
Could the above solution and SN65DS183 be cascaded to form the conversion needed?
Is there a better way then the above which is a 3 chips solution.
Appreciate any help and patience as I am on a steep learning curve on this
The only solution I am aware of is what you already pointed out, DSI83+LVDS82+TFP410
Be aware that the TFP410 is a DVI transmitter and does not support audio on the TMDS stream.
In reply to Elias Villegas M.:
This is a similar topic i hope.
If I need to support DVI-I as well, does Ti have any chip that can support it?
In reply to Titusc:
We have several devices that can receive/transmit a DVI signal.
Please visit the below link.
The DVI TX seems to only support DVI-D. Does TI have a part that support DVI-I?
Also, interested in converting dual channel LVDS to DVI-I (with 1920x1200).
SN75LVDS82 only supports single channel LVDS.
In reply to titus cheung:
All the DVI devices in this group work only with the TMDS stream.
Also, the LVDS devices are for 1 channel. TI does have 2-channel LVDS devices.
Please post your question on the High-Speed forum and ask for the DS90C387A
High Speed Forum http://e2e.ti.com/support/interface/high_speed_interface/default.aspx
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