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DP or HDMI to 2560x1XXX
Hi,I've been hunting around for a DP or HDMI to LVDS bridge that supports 2560x1XXX resolution to hook up to an AUO panel.Does TI have such an offering?The next best thing I can find so far is the STDP4020 but information on that is quite scarce.Regards,David.
Hi David, which AUO panel model# do you have in mind? And how many LVDS channels (or differential pairs for data) does it use?
Another option would be to adopt a 2 chip approach, using a TI based product and perhaps a PixelWorks PA136PD. Again, we are a smaller company that these larger companies tend to not work or price of entry is massive.
Unfortunately, TI doesn't have any quad-channel LVDS serializers. I think you'd run into issues trying to use two dual-channels in parallel, due to propagation delay differences and the receiver's skew tolerance. I've seen skew tolerance spec'd in some dual-channel LVDS panels from LG to be up to 1/7th the clock (1 LVDS bit), which is hard to achieve using two separate transmitter devices.
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