Part Number: TS3DV642
I plan to use TS3DV642 to switch MIPI-DSI signals. However, in TS3DV642 datasheet, it is mentioned that "The TS3DV642 is not designed for passing signals with negative swings; the high-speed signals need to be properly DC biased (usually ~1 V) before being passed to the TS3DV642." This "~1 V" raised my concern. The MIPI-DSI TX and RX chips I work with are compliant with MIPI D-PHY spec v2.0, and D-PHY v2.0 specifies a 70~330 mV common-mode voltage in HS mode, which is far from 1V.
I'd like to ask: Can TS3DV642 be used to switch MIPI-DSI signals? Does anyone have a success story? Thanks a lot.
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