Implementing More Than 4-Lane DSI-TX Design - 2.2 English

PG238 MIPI DSI Transmitter Subsystem Product Guide

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The existing MIPI DSI TX Subsystem allows a maximum of 4 lanes. Guidelines to achieve DSI designs with higher lane requirements (for example, an eight lane design) are listed below:

1. After the stream source, you need a splitter module which splits the incoming video stream into two streams; the left-half and the right-half image.

2. Each splitter output then feeds to one DSI 4 lanes instance.

3. The DSI 8-lane Receiver should be following reverse to combine the images.

4. You need to program each DSI-TX 4 lanes instance timing parameters based on half image rather than full image timing parameters.

5. In DSI-RX, one DSI instance reconstructs left half of the image and the other DSI instance reconstructs the right half of the image.

The 8-lane implementation using two 4-lane MIPI DSI TX instances is shown in This Figure .

Figure 3-1: Eight-Lane DSI Implementation

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