Part Number: DS90UB935-Q1
may I help you ?
Now, I have a problem: deserializer is DS90UB934-Q1,serializer is DS90UB935-Q1. the issue is: can not creater I2C link from deserializer to serializer, because can not find the slave ID of serializer.
Only can read &write of deserializer of DS90UB934-Q1.
waiting for your support,thanks .
First can you confirm the MODE strappings for both 934 and 935 devices? Also can you confirm the PCLK rate?
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In reply to Casey McCrea:
Any update on the above questions?
sorry,Today later I will check it .
1.the mode strapping is coax raw10.
BTW,now I will try new deserializer DS90UB954+ serializer 935 or 953, can you supply register for estblising I2c link between deserializer and serializer (slave including image sensor &ISP )
In reply to user6021251:
For 935 you must ensure that the PCLK and CSI clock have a certain ratio in order for it to work properly. This app note should give all relevant configurations needed to enable DVP mode for 935 to work with 934:
For 954 the situation is different. You should strap both devices for synchronous CSI-2 mode and then they will automatically link without any special configuration. Init code for image sensor and ISP would come from the sensor vendor.
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