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Part Number: DS90UB934-Q1
At the DS90UB934-Q1EVM user guide page 21, there is a PCB schematic of this EVM.
And it seems that pin 43 is a input pin for MIPI_SEL, and pin 12/11, 19/18, 14/13, 16/15, 22/21, 24/23 support the CSI output interface.
However, at the datasheet of DS90UB934-Q1, the pin 43 is reserved, and must be NC or tied to GND for normal operation.
Which one is right?
Does UB934 support MIPI output or not?
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In reply to Junqiang Shi:
If we implement something like this;
Sensor (MIPI) - 953 (FPD-LINKIII) - Coaxial cable - 934
953 or 934 does not have register contents related to MIPI lane count, clk, image format, bit number setting.
lane number, clk, image format, bit number setting is not necessary?
In reply to TS Yang:
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