FPD-Link 시리얼라이저/디시리얼라이저

Transmit high-resolution, uncompressed data with fewer wires in automotive systems

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Streamline design and delivery of high-resolution signals with FPD-Link™ serializers and deserializers for a variety of video interfaces across automotive systems, including cameras for advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and infotainment displays. Our FPD-Link camera SerDes support uncompressed video, control and power over a single low-latency cable. Our FPD-Link display SerDes support full 1080p, 2k and 3k HD displays, and on-device HDCP keys while also providing adaptive equalization to compensate for cable aging and temperature changes.

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FPD-Link™ camera SerDes

Reduce system size while optimizing high-speed data transfer in camera designs for advanced driver assistance systems and autonomous vehicles.

FPD-Link™ display SerDes

Increase the system performance and functionality of automotive displays. 

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What is the FPD-Link™ interface?
This video explains the fundamentals of FPD-Link technology, including parallel data interfaces, serialization/deserialization, the high-speed serial channel and bidirectional communication.
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How to choose a power supply for an automotive camera module
Learn three strategies that you can use to power your automotive camera module: fully discrete, fully integrated and partially integrated
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3 ways to drive multiple displays in an integrated digital cockpit with FPD-Link III
Get an undestanding of how to interface to multiple display panels using a single processor to reduce cost and complexity in your next-generation automotive infotainment system

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Support software
Analog LaunchPad™ software

Analog LaunchPad (ALP) software is an interactive graphical user interface (GUI) software platform to evaluate TI FPD-Link™ serializers and deserializers (SerDes). ALP software enables device- and system-level evaluation with powerful built-in features, including:

  • Local and remote device access
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Reference design
Automotive domain controller for gateway, assisted and automated driving systems reference design

Decentralized vehicle architectures on the road today use individual ECUs that lack processing power and high-speed interfaces to handle the complex tasks and data movement needs of newly emerging automotive architectures. Higher level functions require the right combination of DMIPS, data (...)

Reference design
MIPI® DSI to OLDI/LVDS Bridge for Automotive Infotainment Head Unit Reference Design
This reference design offers two display interface options: an Automotive processor with MIPI® DSI output and an Automotive infotainment video display panel with OpenLDI (OLDI) / LVDS input The reference design provides two variations. Setup one converts the system on chip (SoC) DSI video (...)