Hi Support Team,
Can you please tell me how to calculate per CSI-2 lane when CSI-2 uses 2 lanes?
The conditions are as follows
MODE:Non-Synchronous external clock
DIVIDE:CLKIN_DIV = b000
REF FREQUENCY(f):25MHz
Best regards,
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Hi Support Team,
Can you please tell me how to calculate per CSI-2 lane when CSI-2 uses 2 lanes?
The conditions are as follows
MODE:Non-Synchronous external clock
DIVIDE:CLKIN_DIV = b000
REF FREQUENCY(f):25MHz
Best regards,
Hi Support Team,
Thank you for your response.
I am sorry for the way I communicated.
I am concerned about Mipi data rate (per CSI-2 lane).
Can you please check if TSER953 can accept 2lane signal with MIPI DATA RATE=800Mbps under the following conditions.
I am assuming that the TSER953 can accept the MIPI CSI-2 bandwidth of 1600Mbps, is this correct?
From Table 7-7, Clocking Modes.
-MODE:Non-Synchronous external clock
-DIVIDE:CLKIN_DIV = b000
-REF FREQUENCY(f):25MHz
-CSI BANDWIDTH:1600Mbps
Best regards,
Hello,
the TSER953 can support 4 CSI-2 lanes at 832Mbps/lane. So, the total throughput is 3.28Gbps. And with 2 lanes configurations can support up to 1662Mbps.
With your above-mentioned settings, your REF frequency is 25MHz. The CSI bandwidth = f x 80 = 25 x 80 = 2Gbps. So, yes. your setup can support up to 1600Mbps using 2 CSI-2 lanes.