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5 MHz to 96 MHz 24-bit Color FPD-Link III to OpenLDI Deserializer


Package | PIN: RHS | 48
Temp: T (-40 to 105)
Carrier: Cut Tape
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1-9 $12.54
10-24 $11.66
25-99 $11.26
100-249 $9.83
250-499 $9.36
500-749 $8.61
750-999 $7.73
1000+ $7.71


  • Qualified for Automotive Applications AEC-Q100
    • Device Temperature Grade 2: –40°C to
      +105°C Ambient Operating Temperature
    • Device HBM ESD Classification Level ±8 kV
    • Device CDM ESD Classification Level C6
  • 5-MHz to 96-MHz Pixel Clock Support
  • Bidirectional Control Channel Interface with I2C-
    Compatible Serial Control Bus
  • Low EMI OpenLDI Video Output
  • Supports High Definition (720p) Digital Video
  • RGB888 + VS, HS, DE and I2S Audio Supported
  • Up to 4 I2S Digital Audio Outputs for Surround
    Sound Applications
  • 4 Bidirectional GPIO Channels With 2 Dedicated Pins
  • Single 3.3-V Supply With 1.8-V or 3.3-V
    Compatible LVCMOS I/O Interface
  • DC-Balanced and Scrambled Data with
    Embedded Clock
  • Adaptive Cable Equalization
  • Internal Pattern Generation
  • Backward Compatible Modes

Texas Instruments  DS90UB924TRHSTQ1

The DS90UB924-Q1 deserializer, in conjunction with a DS90UB921-Q1, DS90UB925Q-Q1, DS90UB927Q-Q1, DS90UB929-Q1, DS90UB949-Q1, or DS90UB947-Q1 serializer, provides a solution for distribution of digital video and audio within automotive infotainment systems. The device converts a high-speed serialized interface with an embedded clock, delivered over a single signal pair (FPD-Link III), to four LVDS data/control streams, one LVDS clock pair (OpenLDI), and I2S audio data. The serial bus scheme, FPD-Link III, supports high-speed forward channel data transmission and low-speed full duplex back channel communication over a single differential link. Consolidation of audio, video data and control over a single differential pair reduces the interconnect size and weight, while also eliminating skew issues and simplifying system design.

Adaptive input equalization of the serial input stream provides compensation for transmission medium losses and deterministic jitter. EMI is minimized by the use of low voltage differential signaling.