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Part Number: DS90UB962-Q1
Dear TI Team,
For the configurations shown below, I would like to know if video is being received from the DS90UB962-Q1
without loss when sending images with Embedden Data On.
DS90UB933-Q1(Raw12bit) --> DS90UB936-Q1 --> 1port(2Lane) ISP Input
1Port (2Lane) DS90UB935-Q1 --> DS90UB962-Q1
I do not see any problem with the configuration. With DVP mode (933), you can program up to 3 of the first long packets to be sent as embedded data packets using the register 0x4B. Are you experiencing an issue?
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In reply to Casey McCrea:
Thank you for answer.
In the datasheet, RAW_EMBED_DTYPE does not affect CSI-2 receivers. It is called.
I would like to check below.
embedded data in parallel data When data is sent, the output is output to the DS90UB936-Q1 CSI-2.
This signal When transferring signal output from the DS90UB935-Q1 to the DS90UB962-Q1,
I want to see if it is possible to transfer data without losing onboard data.
Can I transfer built-in data as well as video data?
For example, if 3 packets is embedded data when sending 1000 packets,
dS90UB933-Q1-> DS90UB936-Q1-> DS90UB935-Q1-> DS90UB962-Q1
in the DS90UB962-Q1 architecture still receive 1000 packets including embedded data?
In reply to Chun Youngsu:
Yes this is possible and you will not lose the 3 packets of embedded data in this architecture.
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