Part Number: TS3DV642
Could TS3DV642 be as a 2:1 MUX for eDP signal ?
I don't see an issue using the TS3DV642 for the eDP application. You can also consider HD3SS213 or HD3SS214 for the eDP application.
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In reply to David (ASIC) Liu:
This is a requirement for Automotive. So do we have Q100 device can meet this requirements?
2:1 eDP MUX, one channel is from main platform, another is external input. The output is for a external panel.
In reply to Allen Gao:
We are in the process of releasing a TS3DV642-Q1,
Since this is a passive MUX, do they also need a redriver at the MUX output?
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