|By Business Wire||
|January 18, 2013 04:11 AM EST||
Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) has launched a MIPI-DSI to LVDS interface-converter bridge LSI for LCD displays that is suited for use in mobile devices, such as tablet PCs and UltrabooksTM. The new lineup supports panel resolutions up to WUXGA (1920 x 1200 x 24bit @ 60fps). Samples are available now with mass production scheduled to start in March 2013.
Toshiba Low Power Consumption Interface Bridge for LCD Displays of Mobile Devices (Photo: Business Wire)
The new interface bridge changes the power supply operating voltage of the LVDS operating system from 3.3V to 1.8V, reducing the power consumption of the LSI to 30% that of Toshiba's current product, a level that can contribute to reduced overall power consumption by products in which it is used.
- Reduces power consumption by 70%, compared to Toshiba's current product, by using a 1.8V LVDS operating system.
- Maximum 1Gbps/lane link speed MIPI-DSI interface
- Maximum 945Mbps/lane link speed LVDS interface
- Supports RGB565/666/888 video input formats
Conversion interface between the main SoC and the LCD display of mobile devices, such as tablet PCs and Ultrabooks™.
|Maximum resolution support||
1600 x 1200
1900 x 1200
|MIPI-DSI input lane||Four lanes||Four lanes|
|LVDS output link||Single Link||Dual Links|
measurement value (reference)
|Mass production schedule||March 2013||April 2013|
*UltrabookTM is a trademark of Intel Corporation.
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