Part Number: DS90UB940-Q1
I have a question about FPD-Link3 from LVCMOS/LVDS to mipi-csi2.
Connect DS90UB925-Q1 and DS90UB940-Q1 to convert from LVCMOS to mipi-csi2.In this case, is RGB24-bit transmission possible? I read " 188.8.131.52 GPIOx and D_GPIOx Pin Configuration " .When using GPIO, RGB18bit transmission is possible. Is it possible to use GPIO when input to RGB24bit?Also, are there any other restrictions setting for connect LVCMOS to mipi-csi2?
I am also thinking about converting from LVDS to mipi-csi2. In that case, connect DS90UB927-Q1 and DS90UB940-Q1.Are there any restrictions on using GPIO with this configuration as well?
No, for 925, GPIO is only available in 18bit mode.
For 927, you get four GPIOs in 24bit mode.
There's no D_GPIO support for either 925 or 927.
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In reply to Charley Cai:
Thank you for your answer.
In case of connecting with 925.Is 24-bit input possible when GPIO is not used?Or is it 18bit input regardless of GPIO usage?
In reply to Shuji Ishiwata:
24 bits are possible when GPIO is not used.
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