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SN65DSI85
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SN65DSI85 MIPI® DSI Bridge to FlatLink™ LVDS
Dual Channel DSI to Dual-Link LVDS Bridge
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3 Description
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Implements MIPI D-PHY Version 1.00.00
Physical Layer Front-End and Display Serial
Interface (DSI) Version 1.02.00
Dual-Channel DSI Receiver Configurable for One,
Two, Three, or Four D-PHY Data Lanes Per
Channel Operating up to 1 Gbps Per Lane
Supports 18-bpp and 24-bpp DSI Video Packets
with RGB666 and RGB888 Formats
Suitable for 60 fps WQXGA 2560 × 1600
Resolution at 18-bpp and 24-bpp Color, and
WUXGA 1920 × 1200 Resolution with 3D
Graphics at 60 fps (120 fps Equivalent)
MIPI® Front-End Configurable for Single-Channel
or Dual-Channel DSI Configurations
FlatLink™ Output Configurable for Single-Link or
Dual-Link LVDS
Supports Dual-Channel DSI ODD or EVEN and
LEFT or RIGHT Operating Modes
Supports Two Single-Channel DSI to Two SingleLink LVDS Operating Mode
LVDS Output Clock Range of 25 MHz to 154 MHz
in Dual-Link or Single-Link Mode
LVDS Pixel Clock May be Sourced from FreeRunning Continuous D-PHY Clock or External
Reference Clock (REFCLK)
1.8-V Main VCC Power Supply
Low-Power Features Include SHUTDOWN Mode,
Reduced LVDS Output Voltage Swing, Common
Mode, and MIPI® Ultra-Low Power State (ULPS)
Support
LVDS Channel SWAP, LVDS PIN Order Reverse
Feature for Ease of PCB Routing
ESD Rating ±2 kV (HBM)
Packaged in 64-pin 5 mm x 5 mm BGA
MICROSTAR JUNIOR (ZQE)
Temperature Range: –40°C to 85°C
The SN65DSI85 DSI to FlatLink bridge features a
dual-channel MIPI D-PHY receiver front-end
configuration with 4 lanes per channel operating at 1
Gbps per lane; a maximum input bandwidth of 8
Gbps. The bridge decodes MIPI DSI 18-bpp RGB666
and 24-bpp RGB888 packets and converts the
formatted video data stream to a FlatLink compatible
LVDS output operating at pixel clocks operating from
25 MHz to 154 MHz, offering a Dual-Link LVDS,
Single-Link LVDS, or two Single-Link LVDS
interface(s) with four data lanes per link.
The SN65DSI85 is well suited for WQXGA (2560 ×
1600) at 60 frames per second, as well as 3D
Graphics at WUXGA and True HD (1920 × 1080)
resolutions at an equivalent 120 fps with up to 24
bits-per-pixel. Partial line buffering is implemented to
accommodate the data stream mismatch between the
DSI and LVDS interfaces.
Designed
with
industry-compliant
interface
technology, the SN65DSI85 is compatible with a wide
range of micro-processors, and is designed with a
range of power management features including lowswing LVDS outputs, and the MIPI® defined ultra-low
power state (ULPS) support.
The SN65DSI85 is implemented in a small outline 5mm × 5-mm PBGA at 0.5-mm pitch package, and
operates across a temperature range from –40ºC to
85ºC.
Device Information(1)
PART NUMBER
SN65DSI85
PACKAGE
BGA MICROSTAR
JUNIOR (64)
BODY SIZE (NOM)
5.00 mm × 5.00 mm
(1) For all available packages, see the orderable addendum at
the end of the datasheet.
Typical Application
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Tablet PC, Notebook PC, Netbooks
Mobile Internet Devices
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Table of Contents
1
2
3
4
5
6
Features ..................................................................
Applications ...........................................................
Description .............................................................
Revision History.....................................................
Pin Configuration and Functions .........................
Specifications.........................................................
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
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2
4
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Absolute Maximum Ratings ...................................... 7
ESD Ratings.............................................................. 7
Recommended Operating Conditions....................... 7
Thermal Information .................................................. 7
Electrical Characteristics.......................................... 8
Switching Characteristics....................................... 10
Parameter Measurement Information ................ 11
Detailed Description ............................................ 13
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
Overview .................................................................
Functional Block Diagram .......................................
Feature Description.................................................
Device Functional Modes........................................
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8.5 Programming........................................................... 24
8.6 Register Maps ......................................................... 25
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Application and Implementation ........................ 37
9.1 Application Information............................................ 37
9.2 Typical Applications ................................................ 38
10 Power Supply Recommendations ..................... 44
10.1 VCC Power Supply................................................. 44
10.2 VCORE Power Supply .......................................... 44
11 Layout................................................................... 44
11.1 Layout Guidelines ................................................. 44
11.2 Layout Example .................................................... 45
12 Device and Documentation Support ................. 46
12.1
12.2
12.3
12.4
12.5
Receiving Notification of Documentation Updates
Community Resources..........................................
Trademarks ...........................................................
Electrostatic Discharge Caution ............................
Glossary ................................................................
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13 Mechanical, Packaging, and Orderable
Information ........................................................... 46
4 Revision History
NOTE: Page numbers for previous revisions may differ from page numbers in the current version.
Changes from Revision E (August 2015) to Revision F
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Deleted figure RESET and Initialization Timing Definition While VCC is High ...................................................................... 12
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Changed the paragraph following Figure 8 ......................................................................................................................... 17
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Changed Recommended Initialization Sequence To: Initialization Sequence ..................................................................... 17
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Changed Table 5 .................................................................................................................................................................. 17
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Changed item 3 in Video Stop and Restart Sequence From: Drive all DSI input lanes including DSI CLK lane to
LP11. To: Drive all DSI data lanes to LP11, but keep the DSI CLK lanes in HS. ............................................................... 37
Changes from Revision D (September 2013) to Revision E
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Added Pin Configuration and Functions section, ESD Ratings table, Feature Description section, Device Functional
Modes, Application and Implementation section, Power Supply Recommendations section, Layout section, Device
and Documentation Support section, and Mechanical, Packaging, and Orderable Information section .............................. 1
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Changed item 3 of the ULPS sequence list for clarification. ............................................................................................... 14
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Changed description of the Init seq 7 - Recommended Initialization Sequence for clarification. ....................................... 17
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Changed description of Address 0x0A, Bit 7 in Table 8, CSR Bit Field Definitions - Reset and Clock Registers .............. 25
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Changed Address 0x18, Bits 3 and 2 Description, Address 0x18, Bit 1 Description, and Address 0x18, Bit 0
Description in Table 10 for clarification. ............................................................................................................................... 28
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Changed Video STOP and Restart Sequence, step 1 of the STOP sequence from " ...0(CSR 0x0A.7)" to "....0(CSR
0x0D.0)” and step 3 of the Restart sequence from "Wait for the PLL_LOCK bit to be set(CSR 0x0A.7)." to "Wait for
a minimum of 3 ms." ............................................................................................................................................................ 37
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Changes from Original (August 2012) to Revision A
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Changed the tsetup and thold NOM value of 1.5 to a MIN value of 1.5...................................................................................... 7
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Changed the value of VOH From: 1.3 MIN To: 1.25 MIN ........................................................................................................ 8
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Changed the ICC TYP value From: 125 To: 127 and MAX value From: 200 To: 212 ........................................................... 8
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Added a TYP value of 7.7 to IULPS .......................................................................................................................................... 8
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Changed the IRST TYP value From: 0.05 To: 0.04 and MAX value From: 0.2 To: 0.06 ......................................................... 8
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Added table note 2 ................................................................................................................................................................. 8
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changed the values of |VOD|.................................................................................................................................................. 9
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changed the values of |VOD|.................................................................................................................................................. 9
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Changed the values of VOC(SS) for test conditions CSR 0x19.6 = 0 and, or CSR 0x19.4 = 0 ................................................ 9
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Added table note 3 ................................................................................................................................................................. 9
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Changed the SWITCHING CHARACTERISTICS table........................................................................................................ 10
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Changed the description of CHA_LVDS_VOD_SWING....................................................................................................... 28
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Changed the description of CHB_LVDS_VOD_SWING....................................................................................................... 28
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5 Pin Configuration and Functions
ZQE Package
64-Pin BGA MICROSTAR JUNIOR
(Top View)
A
B
C
D
E
F
G
H
J
9
VCC
GND
A_Y0N
A_Y1N
A_Y2N
A_CLKN
A_Y3N
GND
IRQ
8
GND
VCC
A_Y0P
A_Y1P
A_Y2P
A_CLKP
A_Y3P
RSVD1
VCORE
7
B_Y3N
B_Y3P
DA3P
DA3N
6
B_CLKN
B_CLKP
VCC
VCC
VCC
DA2P
DA2N
5
B_Y2N
B_Y2P
GND
VCC
GND
DACP
DACN
4
B_Y1N
B_Y1P
GND
GND
DA1P
DA1N
3
B_Y0N
B_Y0P
DA0P
DA0N
2
GND
RSVD2
DB0P
DB1P
DBCP
DB2P
DB3P
REFCLK
VCC
1
ADDR
EN
DB0N
DB1N
DBCN
DB2N
DB3N
SCL
SDA
Not to scale
To minimize the power supply noise floor, provide good decoupling near the SN65DSI85 power pins. The use of four
ceramic capacitors (2x 0.1 μF and 2x 0.01 μF) provides good performance. At the least, it is recommended to install
one 0.1 μF and one 0.01 μF capacitor near the SN65DSI85. To avoid large current loops and trace inductance, the
trace length between decoupling capacitor and device power inputs pins must be minimized. Placing the capacitor
underneath the SN65DSI85 on the bottom of the PCB is often a good choice.
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Pin Functions
PIN
NAME
NO.
ADDR
A1
A_Y0N
C9
A_Y0P
C8
A_Y1N
D9
A_Y1P
D8
A_Y2N
E9
A_Y2P
E8
A_Y3N
G9
A_Y3P
G8
A_CLKN
F9
A_CLKP
F8
B_Y0N
A3
B_Y0P
B3
B_Y1N
A4
B_Y1P
B4
B_Y2N
A5
B_Y2P
B5
B_Y3N
A7
B_Y3P
B7
B_CLKN
A6
B_CLKP
B6
DA0N
J3
DA0P
H3
DA1N
J4
DA1P
H4
DA2N
J6
DA2P
H6
DA3N
J7
DA3P
H7
I/O
DESCRIPTION
CMOS Input/Output
Local I2C Interface Target Address Select. See Table 6. In normal operation this pin is an
input. When the ADDR pin is programmed high, it should be tied to the same 1.8 V power
rails where the SN65DSI85 VCC 1.8 V power rail is connected.
FlatLink™ Channel A LVDS Data Output 0.
FlatLink™ Channel A LVDS Data Output 1.
FlatLink™ Channel A LVDS Data Output 2.
FlatLink™ Channel A LVDS Data Output 3. A_Y3P and A_Y3N shall be left NC for 18 bpp
panels.
FlatLink™ Channel A LVDS Clock
LVDS Output
FlatLink™ Channel B LVDS Data Output 0.
FlatLink™ Channel B LVDS Data Output 1.
FlatLink™ Channel B LVDS Data Output 2.
FlatLink™ Channel B LVDS Data Output 3. B_Y3P and B_Y3N shall be left NC for 18 bpp
panels.
FlatLink™ Channel B LVDS Clock.
MIPI® D-PHY Channel A Data Lane 0; data rate up to 1 Gbps.
MIPI® D-PHY Channel A Data Lane 1; data rate up to 1 Gbps.
MIPI® D-PHY Channel A Data Lane 2; data rate up to 1 Gbps.
MIPI® D-PHY Channel A Data Lane 3; data rate up to 1 Gbps.
DACN
J5
DACP
H5
DB0N
C1
DB0P
C2
DB1N
D1
DB1P
D2
DB2N
F1
DB2P
F2
DB3N
G1
DB3P
G2
DBCN
E1
DBCP
E2
EN
B1
CMOS Input with
pullup (Failsafe)
GND
A2, A8, B9, D5, E4,
F4, F5, H9
Power Supply
Reference Ground.
IRQ
J9
CMOS Output
Interrupt Signal.
RSVD1
H8
CMOS Input/Output
with pulldown
Reserved. This pin should be left unconnected for normal operation.
RSVD2
B2
CMOS Input with
pulldown
Reserved. This pin should be left unconnected for normal operation.
LVDS Input (HS)
CMOS Input (LS)
(Failsafe)
MIPI® D-PHY Channel A Clock Lane; operates up to 500 MHz.
MIPI® D-PHY Channel B Data Lane 0; data rate up to 1 Gbps.
MIPI® D-PHY Channel B Data Lane 1; data rate up to 1 Gbps.
MIPI® D-PHY Channel B Data Lane 2; data rate up to 1 Gbps.
MIPI® D-PHY Channel B Data Lane 3; data rate up to 1 Gbps.
MIPI® D-PHY Channel B Clock Lane; operates up to 500 MHz.
Chip Enable and Reset. Device is reset (shutdown) when EN is low.
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Pin Functions (continued)
PIN
NAME
NO.
REFCLK
H2
SCL
H1
SDA
J1
VCC
A9, B8, D6, E5, E6,
F6, J2
VCORE
6
J8
I/O
DESCRIPTION
CMOS Input
(Failsafe)
Optional External Reference Clock for LVDS Pixel Clock. If an External Reference Clock is
not used, this pin should be pulled to GND with an external resistor. The source of the
reference clock should be placed as close as possible with a series resistor near the
source to reduce EMI.
Local I2C Interface Clock.
Open Drain
Input/Output
(Failsafe)
Local I2C Interface Bi-directional Data Signal.
1.8 V Power Supply.
Power Supply
1.1 V Output from Voltage Regulator. This pin must have a 1 µF external capacitor to
GND.
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6 Specifications
6.1 Absolute Maximum Ratings (1)
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
Supply Voltage
Input Voltage
MIN
MAX
UNIT
VCC
–0.3
2.175
V
CMOS Input Terminals
–0.5
2.175
V
DSI Input Terminals (DA x P/N, DB x P/N)
–0.4
1.4
V
–65
105
°C
Storage Temperature, TS
(1)
Stresses beyond those listed under Absolute Maximum Ratings may cause permanent damage to the device. These are stress ratings
only, which do not imply functional operation of the device at these or any other conditions beyond those indicated under Recommended
Operating Conditions. Exposure to absolute-maximum-rated conditions for extended periods may affect device reliability.
6.2 ESD Ratings
VALUE
V(ESD)
(1)
(2)
Electrostatic discharge
Human body model (HBM), per ANSI/ESDA/JEDEC JS-001 (1)
±2000
Charged-device model (CDM), per JEDEC specification JESD22-C101 (2)
±500
UNIT
V
JEDEC document JEP155 states that 500-V HBM allows safe manufacturing with a standard ESD control process.
JEDEC document JEP157 states that 250-V CDM allows safe manufacturing with a standard ESD control process.
6.3 Recommended Operating Conditions
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
VCC
VCC Power supply
MIN
NOM
MAX
UNIT
1.65
1.8
1.95
V
f(noise) >
1MHz
0.05
V
-40
85
°C
92.2
°C
-50
1350
mV
400
kHz
VPSN
Supply noise on any VCC pin
TA
Operating free-air temperature
TCASE
Case temperature
VDSI_PIN
DSI input pin voltage range
f(I2C)
Local I2C input frequency
fHS_CLK
DSI HS clock input frequency
tsetup
DSI HS data to clock setup time
0.15
UI
(1)
thold
DSI HS data to clock hold time; see Figure 5
0.15
UI
(1)
ZL
LVDS output differential impedance
(1)
40
500
90
132
MHz
Ω
The unit interval (UI) is one half of the period of the HS clock; at 500 MHz the minimum setup and hold time is 150 ps
6.4 Thermal Information
SN65DSI85
THERMAL METRIC (1)
ZQE (BGA
MICROSTAR
JUNIOR)
UNIT
64 PINS
RθJA
Junction-to-ambient thermal resistance
72.1
°C/W
RθJC(top)
Junction-to-case (top) thermal resistance
35.7
°C/W
RθJB
Junction-to-board thermal resistance
35.2
°C/W
ψJT
Junction-to-top characterization parameter
1.2
°C/W
ψJB
Junction-to-board characterization parameter
36.1
°C/W
(1)
For more information about traditional and new thermal metrics, see the Semiconductor and IC Package Thermal Metrics application
report.
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Electrical Characteristics
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP (1)
MAX
0.3 x VCC
UNIT
VIL
Low-level control signal input voltage
VIH
High-level control signal input voltage
VOH
High-level output voltage
IOH = –4 mA
VOL
Low-level output voltage
IOL = 4 mA
0.4
V
ILKG
Input failsafe leakage current
VCC = 0; VCC(PIN) = 1.8 V
±30
μA
IIH
High level input current
Any input terminal
±30
μA
IIL
Low level input current
Any input terminal
±30
μA
IOZ
High-impedance output current
Any output terminal
±10
μA
IOS
Short-circuit output current
Any output driving GND short
±20
mA
ICC
Device active current
See
127
212
mA
IULPS
Device standby current
All data and clock lanes are in ultra-low
power state (ULPS)
7.7
10
mA
IRST
Shutdown current
EN = 0
0.04
0.06
mA
REN
EN control input resistor
0.7 × VCC
V
1.25
(2)
V
V
200
kΩ
MIPI DSI INTERFACE
VIH-LP
LP receiver input high threshold
See Figure 1
VIL-LP
LP receiver input low threshold
See Figure 1
|VID|
HS differential input voltage
|VIDT|
HS differential input voltage threshold
VIL-ULPS
LP receiver input low threshold; ultra-low
power state (ULPS)
VCM-HS
HS common mode voltage; steady-state
ΔVCM-HS
HS common mode peak-to-peak variation
including symbol delta and interference
VIH-HS
HS single-ended input high voltage
See Figure 1
VIL-HS
HS single-ended input low voltage
See Figure 1
VTERM-EN
HS termination enable; single-ended input
Termination is switched simultaneous for
voltage (both Dp AND Dn apply to
Dn and Dp
enable)
RDIFF-HS
HS mode differential input impedance
(1)
(2)
8
880
70
70
mV
550
mV
270
mV
50
mV
300
mV
330
mV
100
mV
460
mV
-40
80
mV
450
mV
125
Ω
All typical values are at VCC = 1.8V and TA = 25°C
SN65DSI85: DUAL Channel DSI to DUAL Channel LVDS, 1920 x 1200
(a) number of LVDS lanes = 2x(3 data lanes + 1 CLK lane)
(b) number of DSI lanes = 2x(4 data lanes + 1 CLK lane
(c) LVDS CLK OUT = 81.6M
(d) DSI CLK = 490M
(e) RGB888, LVDS18bpp
Maximum values are at VCC = 1.95 V and TA = 85°C
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Electrical Characteristics (continued)
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP (1)
MAX
CSR 0x19.3:2=00 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=00
100Ω near end termination
180
245
313
CSR 0x19.3:2=01 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=01
100Ω near end termination
215
293
372
CSR 0x19.3:2=10 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=10
100Ω near end termination
250
341
430
CSR 0x19.3:2=11 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=11
100Ω near end termination
290
389
488
CSR 0x19.3:2=00 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=00
200Ω near end termination
150
204
261
CSR 0x19.3:2=01 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=01
200Ω near end termination
200
271
346
CSR 0x19.3:2=10 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=10
200Ω near end termination
250
337
428
CSR 0x19.3:2=11 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=11
200Ω near end termination
300
402
511
CSR 0x19.3:2=00 and/or CSR
0x19.1:0=00
near end termination
140
191
244
CSR 0x19.3:2=01 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=01
100Ω near end termination
168
229
290
CSR 0x19.3:2=10 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=10
100Ω near end termination
195
266
335
CSR 0x19.3:2=11 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=11
100Ω near end termination
226
303
381
CSR 0x19.3:2=00 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=00
200Ω near end termination
117
159
204
CSR 0x19.3:2=01 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=01
200Ω near end termination
156
211
270
CSR 0x19.3:2=10 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=10
200Ω near end termination
195
263
334
CSR 0x19.3:2=11 and, or CSR
0x19.1:0=11
200Ω near end termination
234
314
399
UNIT
FLATLINK LVDS OUTPUT
|VOD|
|VOD|
Δ|VOD|
VOC(SS)
Steady-state differential output voltage
A_Y x P/N and B_Y x P/N
Steady-state differential output voltage for
A_CLKP/N and B_CLKP/N
Change in steady-state differential output
voltage between opposite binary states
Steady state common-mode output
voltage (3)
VOC(PP)
Peak-to-peak common-mode output
voltage
RLVDS_DIS
Pull-down resistance for disabled LVDS
outputs
(3)
mV
mV
RL = 100Ω
CSR 0x19.6 = 1 and CSR 0x1B.6 = 1;
and, or CSR 0x19.4 = 1 and
CSR 0x1B.4 = 1; see Figure 2
CSR 0x19.6 = 0 and, or CSR 0x19.4 = 0;
see Figure 2
35
0.8
0.9
1
1.15
1.25
1.35
mV
V
see Figure 2
35
1
mV
kΩ
Tested at VCC = 1.8V , TA = -40°C for MIN, TA = 25°C for TYP, TA = 85°C for MAX.
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Switching Characteristics
over operating free-air temperature range (unless otherwise noted)
PARAMETER
TEST CONDITIONS
MIN
TYP (1)
MAX
UNIT
300
ps
40
ns
DSI
tGS
DSI LP glitch suppression pulse width
tSK
Skew time from DSI Channel A to Channel B in dual DSI
operation
See Figure 17
LVDS
tc
Output clock period
tw
High-level output clock (CLK) pulse duration
6.49
t0
Delay time, CLK↑ to 1st serial bit position
t1
4/7 tc
ns
–0.15
0.15
ns
Delay time, CLK↑ to 2nd serial bit position
1/7 tc – 0.15
1/7 tc + 0.15
ns
t2
Delay time, CLK↑ to 3rd serial bit position
2/7 tc – 0.15
2/7 tc + 0.15
ns
t3
Delay time, CLK↑ to 4th serial bit position
3/7 tc – 0.15
3/7 tc + 0.15
ns
t4
Delay time, CLK↑ to 5th serial bit position
4/7 tc – 0.15
4/7 tc + 0.15
ns
t5
Delay time, CLK↑ to 6th serial bit position
5/7 tc – 0.15
5/7 tc + 0.15
ns
t6
Delay time, CLK↑ to 7th serial bit position
6/7 tc – 0.15
6/7 tc + 0.15
ns
tr
Differential output rise-time
tf
Differential output fall-time
180
500
ps
–10
10
ps
tc = 6.49 ns;
Input clock jitter < 25 ps
(REFCLK)
see Figure 3
LVDS CLK A to CLK B skew
EN, ULPS, RESET
ten
Enable time from EN or ULPS
tc(o) = 12.9 ns
1
ms
tdis
Disable time to standby
tc(o) = 12.9 ns
0.1
ms
treset
Reset Time
10
FREFCLK
REFCLK Freqeuncy. Supported frequencies:
25 MHz - 15 4MHz
25
154
tr, tf
REFCLK rise and fall time
100ps
1ns
s
tpj
REFCLK Peak-to-Peak Phase Jitter
50
ps
Duty
REFCLK Duty Cycle
ms
REFCLK
40%
50%
60%
0.5%
1%
2%
MHz
REFCLK or DSI CLK (DACP/N, DBCP/N)
SSC_CLKIN
(1)
(2)
SSC enabled Input CLK center spread depth (2)
Modulation Frequency Range
30
60
kHz
All typical values are at VCC = 1.8 V and TA = 25°C
For EMI reduction purpose, SN65DSI85 supports the center spreading of the LVDS CLK output through the REFCLK or DSI CLK input.
The center spread CLK input to the REFCLK or DSI CLK is passed through to the LVDS CLK output A_CLKP/N and/or B_CLKP/N.
1.3V
LP-RX
Input HIGH
VIH-LP
VIL-LP
VIH-HS
VID
LP-RX
Input LOW
VCM-HS(MAX)
HS-RX
Common Mode
Range
VCM-HS(MIN)
GND
VIL-HS
Low Power (LP)
Mode Receiver
High Speed (HS) Mode
Receiver
Figure 1. DSI Receiver Voltage Definitions
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49.9 ? ± 1% (2 PLCS)
A/B_YnP
VOD
VOC
A/B_YnN
100 %
80%
VOD(H)
0V
VOD(L)
20%
0%
tf
tr
VOC(PP)
VOC(SS)
VOC(SS)
0V
Figure 2. Test Load and Voltage Definitions for FlatLink™ Outputs
7 Parameter Measurement Information
CLK
t6
t5
t4
t3
t2
t1
t0
Yn
VOD(H)
0.00V
VOD(L)
t0-6
Figure 3. SN65DSI85 FlatLink™ Timing Definitions
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Parameter Measurement Information (continued)
ULPS (LP00) State
DSI lane
ten
tdis
A_CLKP/N
(LVDS_CHA_CLK)
(1)
See the ULPS section of the data sheet for the ULPS entry and exit sequence.
(2)
ULPS entry and exit protocol and timing requirements must be met per MIPI® DPHY specification.
Figure 4. ULPS Timing Definition
Figure 5. DSI HS Mode Receiver Timing Definitions
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8 Detailed Description
8.1 Overview
The SN65DSI85 to FlatLink bridge features a dual-channel MIPI D-PHY receiver front-end configuration with 4
lanes per channel operating a 1 Gbps per lane; a maximum input bandwidth of 8 Gbps. The bridge decodes MIPI
DSI 18bpp RGB666 and 24 bpp RGB8888 packets and converts the formatted video data stream to a FlatLink
compatible LVDS output operating at pixel clocks operating from 25 MHz to 154 MHz, offering a Dual-Link LVDS
Single-Link LVDS, or two Single-Link LVDS interface(s) with four data lanes per link.
8.2 Functional Block Diagram
AVCC
AGND
DSI PACKET
PROCESSORS
VCC
ULPS
GND
ERR
LANE
MERGE
LPRX
PACKET
HEADERS
(ODD )
18
8
DA0P
LVDS SERIALIZER
ERR
HSRX
DA0N
LONG PACKETS
DATA LANE 0
7-BIT SHIFT
REGISTER
(EVEN )
18
EOT
DA1P
DA1N
DA2P
DA2N
DA3P
DA3N
SOT
DATA LANE 1
(Circuit same as DATA LANE 0)
8
DATA LANE 2
(Circuit same as DATA LANE 0)
8
Timers
32
SHORT PACKETS
DE
VS
DATA LANE 3
(Circuit same as DATA LANE 0)
HS
8
DSI CHANNEL
MERGING
CHANNEL
FORMATTER
EOT
SOT
ULPS
32
PARTIAL
LINE BUFFER
LPRX
LVDSPLL
DACP
PLL
Lock
HSRX
DACN
CLOCK CIRCUITS
CLK LANE
DB0P
DB0N
DB1P
DB1N
DB2P
DB2N
DB3P
DB3N
DBCP
DBCN
PIXEL CLOCK
8
LANE
MERGE
2
8
B_Y0P
B_Y0N
B_Y1P
B_Y1N
B_Y2P
B_Y2N
B_CLKP
B_CLKN
B_Y3P
B_Y3N
SCL
CSR
HS Clock Sourced
M /N Pixel Clock
PLL
A_Y0P
A_Y0N
A_Y1P
A_Y1N
A_Y2P
A_Y2N
A_CLKP
A_CLKN
A_Y3P
A_Y3N
LOCAL I C
CSR READ
SDA
IRQ
CSR WRITE
Channel B
8
ADDR
Clock Dividers
(Circuit same as Channel A)
8
Reset
SN65DSI85
REFCLK
EN
RSVD1
RSVD2
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8.3 Feature Description
8.3.1 Clock Configurations and Multipliers
The FlatLink™ LVDS clock may be derived from the DSI channel A clock, or from an external reference clock
source. When the MIPI® D-PHY channel A HS clock is used as the LVDS clock source, the D-PHY clock lane
must operate in HS free-running (continuous) mode; this feature eliminates the need for an external reference
clock reducing system costs
The reference clock source is selected by HS_CLK_SRC (CSR 0x0A.0) programmed through the local I2C
interface. If an external reference clock is selected, it is multiplied by the factor in REFCLK_MULTIPLIER (CSR
0x0B.1:0) to generate the FlatLink™ LVDS output clock. When an external reference clock is selected, it must be
between 25 MHz and 154 MHz. If the DSI channel A clock is selected, it is divided by the factor in
DSI_CLK_DIVIDER (CSR 0x0B.7:3) to generate the FlatLink™ LVDS output clock. Additionally,
LVDS_CLK_RANGE (CSR 0x0A.3:1) and CH_DSI_CLK_RANGE(CSR 0x12) must be set to the frequency range
of the FlatLink™ LVDS output clock and DSI Channel A input clock respectively for the internal PLL to operate
correctly. After these settings are programmed, PLL_EN (CSR 0x0D.0) must be set to enable the internal PLL.
8.3.2 ULPS
The SN65DSI85 supports the MIPI® defined ultra-low power state (ULPS). While the device is in the ULPS, the
CSR registers are accessible via I2C interface. ULPS sequence should be issued to all active DSI CLK and/or
DSI data lanes of the enabled DSI Channels for the SN65DSI85 enter the ULPS. The Following sequence should
be followed to enter and exit the ULPS.
1. Host issues a ULPS entry sequence to all DSI CLK and data lanes enabled.
2. When host is ready to exit the ULPS mode, host issues a ULPS exit sequence to all DSI CLK and data lanes
that need to be active in normal operation.
3. Wait for a minimum of 3 ms.
4. Set the SOFT_RESET bit (CSR 0x09.0).
5. Device resumes normal operation.(i.e video streaming resumes on the panel).
8.3.3 LVDS Pattern Generation
The SN65DSI85 supports a pattern generation feature on LVDS Channels. This feature can be used to test the
LVDS output path and LVDS panels in a system platform. The pattern generation feature can be enabled by
setting the CHA_TEST_PATTERN bit at address 0x3C. No DSI data is received while the pattern generation
feature is enabled.
There are three modes available for LVDS test pattern generation. The mode of test pattern generation is
determined by register configuration as shown in the tables below.
Table 1. Test Pattern Generation
Test Pattern Generation Mode
Register Configurations
Single LVDS configuration mode
LVDS_LINK_CFG(CSR 0x18.4) = 1b
DSI_CH_MODE(CSR 0x10.6:5) = XXb
CHA_TEST_PATTERN(CSR 0x3C.4) = 1b
CHB_TEST_PATTERN(CSR 0x3C.0) = 0b
Dual LVDS configuration mode
LVDS_LINK_CFG(CSR 0x18.4) = 0b
DSI_CH_MODE(CSR 0x10.6:5) = 0Xb
CHA_TEST_PATTERN(CSR 0x3C.4) = 1b
CHB_TEST_PATTERN(CSR 0x3C.0) = 0b
Two independent LVDS configuration
mode
LVDS_LINK_CFG(CSR 0x18.4) = 0b
DSI_CH_MODE(CSR 0x10.6:5) = 10b
CHA_TEST_PATTERN(CSR 0x3C.4) = 1b
CHB_TEST_PATTERN(CSR 0x3C.0) = 1b
The following tables show lists of video registers that need to be configured for test pattern generation video
parameters.
1. Single LVDS configuration
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Table 2. Video Registers
Bit Address
Register Name
0x20.7:0
CHA_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_LOW
0x21.3:0
CHA_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_HIGH
0x24.7:0
CHA_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_LOW
0x25.3:0
CHA_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_HIGH
0x2C.7:0
CHA_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW
0x2D.1:0
CHA_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH
0x30.7:0
CHA_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW
0x31.1:0
CHA_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH
0x34.7:0
CHA_HORIZONTAL_BACK_PORCH
0x36.7:0
CHA_VERTICAL_BACK_PORCH
0x38.7:0
CHA_HORIZONTAL_FRONT_PORCH
0x3A.7:0
CHA_VERTICAL_FRONT_PORCH
2. Dual LVDS configuration
– Same set of video registers are used as in single LVDS configuration.
3. Two independent LVDS configuration mode.
Both Channel A and Channel B register parameters need to be configured.
Table 3. Channel A and B Registers
Bit Address
Register Name
Channel A
0x20.7:0
CHA_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_LOW
0x21.3:0
CHA_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_HIGH
0x24.7:0
CHA_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_LOW
0x25.3:0
CHA_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_HIGH
0x2C.7:0
CHA_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW
0x2D.1:0
CHA_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH
0x30.7:0
CHA_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW
0x31.1:0
CHA_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH
0x34.7:0
CHA_HORIZONTAL_BACK_PORCH
0x36.7:0
CHA_VERTICAL_BACK_PORCH
0x38.7:0
CHA_HORIZONTAL_FRONT_PORCH
0x3A.7:0
CHA_VERTICAL_FRONT_PORCH
0x22.7:0
CHB_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_LOW
0x23.3:0
CHB_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_HIGH
0x26.7:0
CHB_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_LOW
0x27.3:0
CHB_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_HIGH
0x2E.7:0
CHB_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW
0x2F.1:0
CHB_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH
0x32.7:0
CHB_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW
0x33.1:0
CHB_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH
0x35.7:0
CHB_HORIZONTAL_BACK_PORCH
0x37.7:0
CHB_VERTICAL_BACK_PORCH
0x39.7:0
CHB_HORIZONTAL_FRONT_PORCH
0x3B.7:0
CHB_VERTICAL_FRONT_PORCH
Channel B
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8.4 Device Functional Modes
8.4.1 Operating Modes
The SN65DSI85 can be configured for several different operating modes via LVDS_LINK_CFG (CSR 0x18.4),
LEFT_RIGHT_PIXELS (CSR 0x10.7), and DSI_CHANNEL_MODE (CSR 0x10.6:5). These modes are
summarized in Table 4. In each of the modes, video data can be 18 bpp or 24 bpp.
Table 4. SN65DSI85 Operating Modes
CSR 0x18.4
CSR 0x10.7
CSR 0x10.6:5
LVDS_LINK_CFG
LEFT_RIGHT_PIXES
DSI_CH_MODE
Single DSI Input to Single-Link LVDS
1
N/A
01
Single DSI Input on Channel A to Single-Link LVDS
output on Channel A.
Single DSI Input to Dual-Link LVDS
0
N/A
01
Single DSI Input on Channel A to Dual-Link LVDS
output with Odd pixels on Channel A and Even
pixels on Channel B.
Dual DSI Input (Odd/Even) to SingleLink LVDS (1)
1
0
00
Dual DSI Input with Odd pixels received on Channel
A and Even pixels received on Channel B. Data is
output to Single-Link LVDS on Channel A.
Dual DSI Input (Odd/Even) to Dual-Link
LVDS (1)
0
0
00
Dual DSI Input with Odd pixels received on Channel
A and Even pixels received on Channel B. Data is
output to Dual-Link LVDS with Odd pixels on
Channel A and Even pixels on Channel B.
Dual DSI Input (Left/Right) to SingleLink LVDS (2)
1
1
00
Dual DSI Input with Left pixels received on Channel
A and Right pixels received on Channel B. Data is
output to Single-Link LVDS on Channel A.
Dual DSI Input (Left/Right) to Dual-Link
LVDS (2)
0
1
00
Dual DSI Input with Left pixels received on Channel
A and Right pixels received on Channel B. Data is
output to Dual-Link LVDS with Odd pixels on
Channel A and Even pixels on Channel B.
Dual DSI Inputs (two streams) to two
Single-Link LVDS (3)
0
N/A
10
One video stream input on DSI Channel A and
output to Single-Link LVDS on Channel A. Another
video stream input on DSI Channel B and output to
Single-Link LVDS on Channel B.
MODE
(1)
(2)
(3)
DESCRIPTION
In these modes, DSI Channel A and DSI Channel B must be set to have the same number of data lanes enabled and the data format
must be the same for both lanes.
In these modes, DSI Channel A and DSI Channel B can each have a different number of data lanes enabled, but the data format must
be the same for both lanes.
In this mode, DSI Channel A and DSI Channel B can each have a different number of data lanes enabled, and the data format for each
Channel can be different.
8.4.2 Reset Implementation
When EN is de-asserted (low), the SN65DSI85 is in SHUTDOWN or RESET state. In this state, CMOS inputs
are ignored, the MIPI® D-PHY inputs are disabled and outputs are high impedance. It is critical to transition the
EN input from a low to a high level after the VCC supply has reached the minimum operating voltage as shown in
Figure 6. This is achieved by a control signal to the EN input, or by an external capacitor connected between EN
and GND.
VCC
1.65V
EN
tVCC
ten
Figure 6. Cold Start VCC Ramp up to EN
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When implementing the external capacitor, the size of the external capacitor depends on the power up ramp of
the VCC supply, where a slower ramp-up results in a larger value external capacitor. See the latest reference
schematic for the SN65DSI85 device and, or consider approximately 200 nF capacitor as a reasonable first
estimate for the size of the external capacitor.
Both EN implementations are shown in Figure 7 and Figure 8.
VCC
GPO
EN
C
EN
REN =200 kΩ
C
SN65DSI85
controller
SN65DSI85
Figure 7. External Capacitor Controlled EN
Figure 8. EN Input from Active Controller
When the SN65DSI85 is reset while VCC is high, the EN pin must be held low for at least 10 ms before being
asserted high as described in Table 5 to be sure that the device is properly reset. The DSI CLK lane MUST be in
HS and the DSI data lanes MUST be driven to LP11 while the device is in reset before the EN pin is asserted
per the timing described in Table 5.
8.4.3 Initialization Sequence
Use the following initialization sequence to setup the SN65DSI85. This sequence is required for proper operation
of the device. Steps 9 through 11 in the sequence are optional.
Table 5. Initialization Sequence
INITIALIZATION
SEQUENCE
NUMBER
INITIALIZATION SEQUENCE DESCRIPTION
Init seq 1
Power on
Init seq 2
After power is applied and stable, the DSI CLK lanes MUST be in HS state and the DSI data lanes MUST be driven
to LP11 state
Init seq 3
Set EN pin to Low
Wait 10 ms
(1)
Init seq 4
Tie EN pin to High
Wait 10 ms
(1)
Init seq 5
Initialize all CSR registers to their appropriate values based on the implementation (The SN65DSI8x is not
functional until the CSR registers are initialized)
Init seq 6
Set the PLL_EN bit (CSR 0x0D.0)
Wait 10 ms
(1)
Init seq 7
Set the SOFT_RESET bit (CSR 0x09.0)
Wait 10 ms
(1)
Init seq 8
Wait 5 ms
Change DSI data lanes to HS state and start DSI video stream
(1)
Init seq 9
Read back all resisters and confirm they were correctly written
Init seq 10
Wait 1 ms
Init seq 11
(1)
Write 0xFF to CSR 0xE5 and CSR 0xE6 to clear the error registers
(1)
Read CSR 0xE5 and CSR 0xE6. If CSR 0xE5 and CSR 0xE6 != 0x00, then go back to step #2 and re-initialize
Minimum recommended delay. It is fine to exceed these.
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8.4.4 LVDS Output Formats
The SN65DSI85 processes DSI packets and produces video data driven to the FlatLink™ LVDS interface in an
industry standard format. Single-Link LVDS and Dual-Link LVDS are supported by the SN65DSI85; when the
FlatLink™ output is implemented in a Dual-Link configuration, channel A carries the odd pixel data, and channel
B carries the even pixel data. During conditions such as the default condition, and some video synchronization
periods, where no video stream data is passing from the DSI input to the LVDS output, the SN65DSI85 transmits
zero value pixel data on the LVDS outputs while maintaining transmission of the vertical sync and horizontal sync
status.
Figure 9 illustrates a Single-Link LVDS 18 bpp application.
Figure 10 illustrates a Dual-Link 24 bpp application using Format 2, controlled by CHA_24BPP_FORMAT1 (CSR
0x18.1) and CHB_24BPP_FORMAT1 (CSR 0x18.0). In data Format 2, the two MSB per color are transferred on
the Y3P/N LVDS lane.
Figure 11 illustrates a 24 bpp Single-Link application using Format 1. In data Format 1, the two LSB per color are
transferred on the Y3P/N LVDS lane.
Figure 12 illustrates a Single-Link LVDS application where 24 bpp data is received from DSI and converted to 18
bpp data for transmission to an 18 bpp panel. This application is configured by setting CHA_24BPP_FORMAT1
(CSR 0x18.1) to 1 and CHA_24BPP_MODE (CSR 0x18.3) to 0. In this configuration, the SN65DSI85 will not
transmit the 2 LSB per color since the Y3P/N LVDS lane is disabled.
NOTE
Note: Figure 9, Figure 10, Figure 11, and Figure 12 only illustrate a few example
applications for the SN65DSI85. Other applications are also supported.
A_CLKP/N
B_CLKP/N
cycle ‘n-1’
cycle ‘n’
A_Y0P/N
G0
R5
R4
R3
R2
R1
R0
A_Y1P/N
B1
B0
G5
G4
G3
G2
G1
A_Y2P/N
DE
VS
HS
B5
B4
B3
B2
A_Y3P/N
B_YxP/N
DE = Data Enable; Channel B Clock, Channel B Data, and A_Y3P/N are Output Low
Figure 9. FlatLink™ Output Data; Single-Link 18 bpp
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A_CLKP/N
B_CLKP/N
cycle ‘n-1’
cycle ‘n’
A_Y0P/N
G0
(o)
R5
(o)
R4
(o)
R3
(o)
R2
(o)
R1
(o)
R0
(o)
A_Y1P/N
B1
(o)
B0
(o)
G5
(o)
G4
(o)
G3
(o)
G2
(o)
G1
(o)
A_Y2P/N
DE
(o)
VS
(o)
HS
(o)
B5
(o)
B4
(o)
B3
(o)
B2
(o)
A_Y3P/N
0
(o)
B7
(o)
B6
(o)
G7
(o)
G6
(o)
R7
(o)
R6
(o)
B_Y0P/N
G0
(e)
R5
(e)
R4
(e)
R3
(e)
R2
(e)
R1
(e)
R0
(e)
B_Y1P/N
B1
(e)
B0
(e)
G5
(e)
G4
(e)
G3
(e)
G2
(e)
G1
(e)
B_Y2P/N
DE
(e)
VS
(e)
HS
(e)
B5
(e)
B4
(e)
B3
(e)
B2
(e)
B_Y3P/N
0
(e)
B7
(e)
B6
(e)
G7
(e)
G6
(e)
R7
(e)
R6
(e)
DE = Data Enable; (o) = Odd Pixels; (e) = Even Pixels
Figure 10. FlatLink™ Output Data (Format 2); Dual-Link 24 bpp
A_CLKP/N
B_CLKP/N
cycle ‘n-1’
cycle ‘n’
A_Y0P/N
G2
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
A_Y1P/N
B3
B2
G7
G6
G5
G4
G3
A_Y2P/N
DE
VS
HS
B7
B6
B5
B4
A_Y3P/N
0
B1
B0
G1
G0
R1
R0
B_YxP/N
DE = Data Enable; Channel B Clock and Data are Output Low
Figure 11. FlatLink™ Output Data (Format 1); Single-Link 24 bpp
A_CLKP/N
B_CLKP/N
cycle ‘n-1’
cycle ‘n’
A_Y0P/N
G2
R7
R6
R5
R4
R3
R2
A_Y1P/N
B3
B2
G7
G6
G5
G4
G3
A_Y2P/N
DE
VS
HS
B7
B6
B5
B4
A_Y3P/N
B_YxP/N
DE = Data Enable; Channel B Clock, Channel B Data, and A_Y3P/N are Output Low; Channel B Clock, Channel B
Data, and A_Y3P/N are Output Low
Figure 12. FlatLink™ Output Data (Format 1); 24 bpp to Single-Link 18 bpp Conversion
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8.4.5 DSI Lane Merging
The SN65DSI85 supports four DSI data lanes per input channel, and may be configured to support one, two, or
three DSI data lanes per channel. Unused DSI input pins on the SN65DSI85 should be left unconnected or
driven to LP11 state.The bytes received from the data lanes are merged in HS mode to form packets that carry
the video stream. DSI data lanes are bit and byte aligned.
Figure 13 illustrates the lane merging function for each channel; 4-Lane, 3-Lane, and 2-Lane modes are shown.
HS BYTES TRANSMITTED (n) IS INTEGER MULTIPLE OF 3
HS BYTES TRANSMITTED (n) IS INTEGER MULTIPLE OF 4
LANE 0
SOT
BYTE 0
BYTE 4
BYTE 8
BYTE n-4
EOT
LANE 0
SOT
BYTE 0
BYTE 3
BYTE 6
BYTE n-3
EOT
LANE 1
SOT
BYTE 1
BYTE 5
BYTE 9
BYTE n-3
EOT
LANE 1
SOT
BYTE 1
BYTE 4
BYTE 7
BYTE n-2
EOT
LANE 2
SOT
BYTE 2
BYTE 6
BYTE 10
BYTE n-2
EOT
LANE 2
SOT
BYTE 2
BYTE 5
BYTE 8
BYTE n-1
EOT
LANE 3
SOT
BYTE 3
BYTE 7
BYTE 11
BYTE n-1
EOT
HS BYTES TRANSMITTED (n) IS 1 LESS THAN INTEGER MULTIPLE OF 3
HS BYTES TRANSMITTED (n) IS 1 LESS THAN INTEGER MULTIPLE OF 4
LANE 0
SOT
BYTE 0
BYTE 4
BYTE 8
BYTE n-3
EOT
LANE 1
SOT
BYTE 1
BYTE 5
BYTE 9
BYTE n-2
EOT
LANE 2
SOT
BYTE 2
BYTE 6
BYTE 10
BYTE n-1
LANE 3
SOT
BYTE 3
BYTE 7
BYTE 11
EOT
SOT
BYTE 0
BYTE 4
BYTE 8
BYTE n-2
LANE 1
SOT
BYTE 1
BYTE 5
BYTE 9
BYTE n-1
LANE 2
SOT
BYTE 2
BYTE 6
BYTE 10
EOT
LANE 3
SOT
BYTE 3
BYTE 7
BYTE 11
EOT
BYTE 0
BYTE 3
BYTE 6
BYTE n-2
EOT
LANE 1
SOT
BYTE 1
BYTE 4
BYTE 7
BYTE n-1
EOT
LANE 2
SOT
BYTE 2
BYTE 5
BYTE 8
EOT
EOT
HS BYTES TRANSMITTED (n) IS 2 LESS THAN INTEGER MULTIPLE OF 3
HS BYTES TRANSMITTED (n) IS 2 LESS THAN INTEGER MULTIPLE OF 4
LANE 0
SOT
LANE 0
SOT
BYTE 0
BYTE 3
BYTE 6
LANE 1
SOT
BYTE 1
BYTE 4
BYTE 7
EOT
LANE 2
SOT
BYTE 2
BYTE 5
BYTE 8
EOT
LANE 0
SOT
BYTE 0
BYTE 4
BYTE 8
BYTE n-1
LANE 1
SOT
BYTE 1
BYTE 5
BYTE 9
EOT
LANE 2
SOT
BYTE 2
BYTE 6
BYTE 10
EOT
LANE 3
SOT
BYTE 3
BYTE 7
BYTE 11
EOT
4 DSI Data Lane Configuration (default)
EOT
EOT
EOT
3 DSI Data Lane Configuration
HS BYTES TRANSMITTED (n) IS INTEGER MULTIPLE OF 2
HS BYTES TRANSMITTED (n) IS 3 LESS THAN INTEGER MULTIPLE OF 4
LANE 0
BYTE n-1
EOT
LANE 0
SOT
BYTE 0
BYTE 2
BYTE 4
BYTE n-2
EOT
LANE 1
SOT
BYTE 1
BYTE 3
BYTE 5
BYTE n-1
EOT
HS BYTES TRANSMITTED (n) IS 1 LESS THAN INTEGER MULTIPLE OF 2
LANE 0
SOT
BYTE 0
BYTE 2
BYTE 4
BYTE n-1
LANE 1
SOT
BYTE 1
BYTE 3
BYTE 5
EOT
EOT
2 DSI Data Lane Configuration
Figure 13. SN65DSI85 DSI Lane Merging Illustration
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8.4.6 DSI Pixel Stream Packets
The SN65DSI85 processes 18 bpp (RGB666) and 24 bpp (RGB888) DSI packets on each channel as shown in
Figure 14, Figure 15, and Figure 16.
2 Bytes
DATA TYPE (0x2E)
VIRTUAL CHANNEL
1 Byte
1 Byte
WORD COUNT
WORD COUNT Bytes
18 bpp Loosely Packed Pixel Stream
ECC
CRC CHECKSUM
(Variable Size Payload)
Packet Payload
Packet Header
1 Byte
01
2 Bytes
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
Packet Footer
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
1 Byte
2
7
2
7
2
7
2
7
2
7
2
7
2
7
2
7
2
7
R0
R5
G0
G5
B0
B5
R0
R5
G0
G5
B0
B5
R0
R5
G0
G5
B0
B5
6-bits
RED
6-bits
GREEN
6-bits
BLUE
6-bits
RED
6-bits
GREEN
First Pixel in Packet
6-bits
BLUE
6-bits
RED
6-bits
GREEN
Second Pixel in Packet
6-bits
BLUE
Third Pixel in Packet
Variable Size Payload (Three Pixels Per Nine Bytes of Payload)
Figure 14. 18 bpp (Loosely Packed) DSI Packet Structure
2 Bytes
DATA TYPE (0x1E)
VIRTUAL CHANNEL
1 Byte
1 Byte
WORD COUNT
WORD COUNT Bytes
18 bpp Packed Pixel Stream
ECC
Packet Payload
Packet Header
5
R0
1 Byte
6 7 0
R5 G0
6-bits
RED
CRC CHECKSUM
(Variable Size Payload)
1 Byte
0
2 Bytes
3
1 Byte
4
7 01
6-bits
GREEN
2
7
B 5 R0
G5 B 0
1 Byte
6-bits
BLUE
0
5
R5 G0
6-bits
RED
First Pixel in Packet
1 Byte
6 7 0
G5 B 0
6-bits
GREEN
3
4
7 01
B 5 R0
6-bits
BLUE
Packet Footer
1 Byte
2
7
R5 G0
6-bits
RED
Second Pixel in Packet
1 Byte
0
5
G5 B 0
6-bits
GREEN
1 Byte
6 7 0
3
B 5 R0
6-bits
BLUE
1 Byte
4
7 01
R5 G0
6-bits
RED
Third Pixel in Packet
2
7
G5 B 0
6-bits
GREEN
B5
6-bits
BLUE
Fourth Pixel in Packet
Variable Size Payload (Four Pixels Per Nine Bytes of Payload)
Figure 15. 18 bpp (Tightly Packed) DSI Packet Structure
2 Bytes
VIRTUAL CHANNEL
DATA TYPE (0x3E)
1 Byte
1 Byte
WORD COUNT
WORD COUNT Bytes
24 bpp Packed Pixel Stream
ECC
CRC CHECKSUM
(Variable Size Payload)
Packet Payload
Packet Header
1 Byte
1 Byte
0
7
0
R0
R7
G0
8-bits
RED
2 Bytes
1 Byte
7
0
7
G 7 B0
8-bits
GREEN
1 Byte
B7
8-bits
BLUE
First Pixel in Packet
1 Byte
0
7
0
R0
R7
G0
8-bits
RED
Packet Footer
1 Byte
7
0
7
G 7 B0
8-bits
GREEN
1 Byte
B7
0
7
R0
8-bits
BLUE
Second Pixel in Packet
1 Byte
R7
1 Byte
0
7
G0
G7 B 0
8-bits
RED
0
8-bits
GREEN
7
B7
8-bits
BLUE
Third Pixel in Packet
Variable Size Payload (Three Pixels Per Nine Bytes of Payload)
Figure 16. 24 bpp DSI Packet Structure
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8.4.7 DSI Video Transmission Specifications
The SN65DSI85 supports burst video mode and non-burst video mode with sync events or with sync pulses
packet transmission as described in the DSI specification. The burst mode supports time-compressed pixel
stream packets that leave added time per scan line for power savings LP mode. The SN65DSI85 requires a
transition to LP mode once per frame to enable PHY synchronization with the DSI host processor; however, for a
robust and low-power implementation, the transition to LP mode is recommended on every video line.
Figure 17 illustrates the DSI video transmission applied to SN65DSI85 applications. In all applications, the LVDS
output rate must be less than or equal to the DSI input rate. The first line of a video frame shall start with a VSS
packet, and all other lines start with VSE or HSS. The position of the synchronization packets in time is of utmost
importance since this has a direct impact on the visual performance of the display panel; that is, these packets
generate the HS and VS (horizontal and vertical sync) signals on the LVDS interface after the delay programmed
into CHA_SYNC_DELAY_LOW/HIGH (CSR 0x28.7:0 and 0x29.3:0) and/or CHB_SYNC_DELAY_LOW/HIGH
(CSR 0x2A.7:0 and 0x2B.3:0). When configured for dual DSI channels, the SN65DSI85 uses the VSS, VSE, and
HSS packets from channel A to generate the HS and VS (horizontal and vertical sync) signals on the LVDS
interface, and the VSS, VSE, and HSS packets from channel B are ignored.
As required in the DSI specification, the SN65DSI85 requires that pixel stream packets contain an integer
number of pixels (i.e. end on a pixel boundary); it is recommended to transmit an entire scan line on one pixel
stream packet. When a scan line is broken in to multiple packets, inter-packet latency shall be considered such
that the video pipeline (ie. pixel queue or partial line buffer) does not run empty (i.e. under-run); during scan line
processing, if the pixel queue runs empty, the SN65DSI85 transmits zero data (18’b0 or 24’b0) on the LVDS
interface.
When configured for dual DSI channels, the SN65DSI85 supports ODD/EVEN configurations and LEFT/RIGHT
configurations. In the ODD/EVEN configuration, the odd pixels for each scan line are received on channel A, and
the even pixels are received on channel B. In LEFT/RIGHT mode, the LEFT portion of the line is received on
channel A, and the right portion of the line is received on channel B. Neither the channel A LEFT portion input or
the channel B RIGHT portion input per line shall exceed 1408 pixels, which is defined as ½ of the maximum line
size (2560 pixels in WQXGA 2560x1600 mode) plus 10% headroom. The pixels received on channel B in
LEFT/RIGHT mode are buffered during the LEFT side transmission to LVDS, and begin transmission to LVDS
when the LEFT-side input buffer runs empty.
When configured for two single DSI channels, the SN65DSI85 requires that the LVDS output clocks for both
video data streams be the same.
NOTE
When the HS clock is used as a source for the LVDS pixel clock, the LP mode transitions
apply only to the data lanes, and the DSI clock lane remains in the HS mode during the
entire video transmission.
The DSI85 does not support the DSI Virtual Channel capability or reverse direction
(peripheral to processor) transmissions.
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One Video Frame
Vertical sync / blanking
RGB
NOP/
LP
Active Lines
NOP/
LP
t LINE
...
HSS
NOP/ ...
LP
RGB
t LINE
HSS
NOP/
LP
t LINE
HSS
NOP/
LP
...
NOP/
LP
NOP/
LP
t LINE
HSS
NOP/
LP
t LINE
HSS
DSI
Channel A
t LINE
HSS
VSS
t LINE
NOP/
LP
Vertical sync / blanking
t SK (A_B)
light shaded NOP/LP are optional;
represents horizontal back porch
(max value is 256 HS Clocks)
RGB
NOP/
LP
NOP/
LP
HSS*
NOP/ ...
LP
HSS*
RGB
HSS*
NOP/
LP
NOP/
LP
NOP/
LP
...
HSS*
NOP/
LP
HSS*
NOP/
LP
HSS*
DSI
Channel B
VSS*
* VSS and HSS packets are required for DSI Channel B, although LVDS video sync signals are derived from DSI Channel A VSS and HSS packets
...
NOP/
LP
dark shaded NOP/LP represents horizontal front porch; a transition to
LP mode is recommended here (if HS_CLK is free-running to source
the LVDS clock , then only data lanes shall transition to LP mode
It is recommended to have tSK(A_B) < 9 DSI HS Clock cycles or less than 3 Pixels data sample time.
More delay between DSI Channel A and B can be tolerated by SN65DSI85, contact Texas Instruments for SN65DSI8X device
configuration information that would allow longer delay between DSI Channel A and B.
Vertical Blanking Period LVDS Transfer Function
t W (HS )
HS (1)
DSI
Channel(s)
t PD
...
HS (1)
t PD
VS (2)
VS
DE (3)
DE (3)
DE (3)
0x000
NOP/
LP
t W(HS)
HS (1)
VS (2)
DATA
RGB
HSS
NOP/
LP
NOP/
LP
DSI
Channel A
HSS
NOP/
LP
t LINE
t LINE
HSS
DSI
Channel A
VSS
t LINE
Active Video Line LVDS Transfer Function
DATA
0x000
DATA
(1) The assertion of HS is delayed (t PD) by a programmable number of pixel clocks from the
last bit of VSS/HSS packet received on DSI. The HS pulse width (tW(HS) ) is also programmable.
The illustration shows HS active low.
(2) VS is signaled for a programmable number of lines (tLINE ) and is asserted when HS is
asserted for the first line of the frame . VS is de -asserted when HS is asserted after the
number of lines programmed has been reached. The illustration shows VS active low
(2)
0x000
PixelStream Data
0x000 (4)
LEGEND
VSS
DSI Sync Event Packet: V Sync Start
HSS
DSI Sync Event Packet: H Sync Start
RGB
A sequence of DSI Pixel Stream Packets
and Null Packets
NOP/LP
DSI Null Packet , Blanking Packet , or a
transition to LP Mode
(3) DE is asserted when active pixel data is transmitted on LVDS , and polarity is set
independent to HS/VS. The illustration shows DE active high
(4) After the last pixel in an active line is output to LVDS, the LVDS data is output zero
Figure 17. DSI Channel Transmission and Transfer Function
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8.5 Programming
8.5.1 Local I2C Interface Overview
The SN65DSI85 local I2C interface is enabled when EN is input high, access to the CSR registers is supported
during ultra-low power state (ULPS). The SCL and SDA terminals are used for I2C clock and I2C data
respectively. The SN65DSI85 I2C interface conforms to the two-wire serial interface defined by the I2C Bus
Specification, Version 2.1 (January 2000), and supports fast mode transfers up to 400 kbps.
The device address byte is the first byte received following the START condition from the master device. The 7
bit device address for SN65DSI85 is factory preset to 010110X with the least significant bit being determined by
the ADDR control input. Table 6 clarifies the SN65DSI85 target address.
Table 6. SN65DSI85 I2C Target Address Description
(1) (2)
SN65DSI85 I2C TARGET ADDRESS
BIT 7 (MSB)
BIT 6
BIT 5
BIT 4
BIT 3
BIT 2
BIT 1
BIT 0 (W/R)
0
1
0
1
1
0
ADDR
0/1
(1)
(2)
When ADDR=1, Address Cycle is 0x5A (Write) and 0x5B (Read)
When ADDR=0, Address Cycle is 0x58 (Write) and 0x59 (Read)
The following procedure is followed to write to the SN65DSI85 I2C registers.
1. The master initiates a write operation by generating a start condition (S), followed by the SN65DSI85 7-bit
address and a zero-value “W/R” bit to indicate a write cycle.
2. The SN65DSI85 acknowledges the address cycle.
3. The master presents the sub-address (I2C register within SN65DSI85) to be written, consisting of one byte of
data, MSB-first.
4. The SN65DSI85 acknowledges the sub-address cycle.
5. The master presents the first byte of data to be written to the I2C register.
6. The SN65DSI85 acknowledges the byte transfer.
7. The master may continue presenting additional bytes of data to be written, with each byte transfer completing
with an acknowledge from the SN65DSI85.
8. The master terminates the write operation by generating a stop condition (P).
The following procedure is followed to read the SN65DSI85 I2C registers:
1. The master initiates a read operation by generating a start condition (S), followed by the SN65DSI85 7-bit
address and a one-value “W/R” bit to indicate a read cycle.
2. The SN65DSI85 acknowledges the address cycle.
3. The SN65DSI85 transmit the contents of the memory registers MSB-first starting at register 00h. If a write to
the SN65DSI85 I2C register occurred prior to the read, then the SN65DSI85 will start at the sub-address
specified in the write.
4. The SN65DSI85 will wait for either an acknowledge (ACK) or a not-acknowledge (NACK) from the master
after each byte transfer; the I2C master acknowledges reception of each data byte transfer.
5. If an ACK is received, the SN65DSI85 transmits the next byte of data.
6. The master terminates the read operation by generating a stop condition (P).
The following procedure is followed for setting a starting sub-address for I2C reads:
1. The master initiates a write operation by generating a start condition (S), followed by the SN65DSI85 7-bit
address and a zero-value “W/R” bit to indicate a write cycle
2. The SN65DSI85 acknowledges the address cycle.
3. The master presents the sub-address (I2C register within SN65DSI85) to be written, consisting of one byte of
data, MSB-first.
4. The SN65DSI85 acknowledges the sub-address cycle.
5. The master terminates the write operation by generating a stop condition (P).
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8.6 Register Maps
8.6.1 Control and Status Registers Overview
Many of the SN65DSI85 functions are controlled by the Control and Status Registers (CSR). All CSR registers
are accessible through the local I2C interface.
See the following tables for the SN65DSI85 CSR descriptions. Reserved or undefined bit fields should not be
modified. Otherwise, the device may operate incorrectly.
Table 7. CSR Bit Field Definitions – ID Registers
ADDRESS
BIT(S)
0x00 – 0x08
7:0
(1)
DESCRIPTION
Reserved
Addresses 0x08 - 0x00 = {0x01, 0x20, 0x20, 0x20, 0x44, 0x53, 0x49, 0x38,
0x35}
DEFAULT
ACCESS (1)
Reserved
RO
RO = Read Only; RW = Read/Write; RW1C = Read/Write 1 to Clear; WO = Write Only (reads return undetermined values)
Table 8. CSR Bit Field Definitions – Reset and Clock Registers
ADDRESS
0x09
0x0A
BIT(S)
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
0
SOFT_RESET
This bit automatically clears when set to 1 and returns zeros when read. This
bit must be set after the CSR’s are updated. This bit must also be set after
making any changes to the DSI clock rate or after changing between DSI
burst and non-burst modes.
0 – No action (default)
1 – Reset device to default condition excluding the CSR bits.
0
WO
7
PLL_EN_STAT
After PLL_EN_STAT = 1, wait at least 3 ms for PLL to lock.
0 – PLL not enabled (default)
1 – PLL enabled
0
RO
101
RW
0
RW
3:1
0
(1)
LVDS_CLK_RANGE
This field selects the frequency range of the LVDS output clock.
000 – 25 MHz ≤ LVDS_CLK < 37.5 MHz
001 – 37.5 MHz ≤ LVDS_CLK < 62.5 MHz
010 – 62.5 MHz ≤ LVDS_CLK < 87.5 MHz
011 – 87.5 MHz ≤ LVDS_CLK < 112.5 MHz
100 – 112.5 MHz ≤ LVDS_CLK < 137.5 MHz
101 – 137.5 MHz ≤ LVDS_CLK ≤ 154 MHz (default)
110 – Reserved
111 – Reserved
HS_CLK_SRC
0 – LVDS pixel clock derived from input REFCLK (default)
1 – LVDS pixel clock derived from MIPI D-PHY channel A HS continuous
clock
ACCESS
(1)
RO = Read Only; RW = Read/Write; RW1C = Read/Write 1 to Clear; WO = Write Only (reads return undetermined values)
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Table 8. CSR Bit Field Definitions – Reset and Clock Registers (continued)
ADDRESS
BIT(S)
DEFAULT
7:3
DSI_CLK_DIVIDER
When CSR 0x0A.0 = 1, this field controls the divider used to generate the
LVDS output clock from the MIPI D-PHY Channel A HS continuous clock.
When CSR 0x0A.0 = 0, this field must be programmed to 00000.
00000 – LVDS clock = source clock (default)
00001 – Divide by 2
00010 – Divide by 3
00011 – Divide by 4
•
•
•
10111 – Divide by 24
11000 – Divide by 25
11001 through 11111 – Reserved
ACCESS
00000
RW
1:0
REFCLK_MULTIPLIER
When CSR 0x0A.0 = 0, this field controls the multiplier used to generate the
LVDS output clock from the input REFCLK. When CSR 0x0A.0 = 1, this field
must be programmed to 00.
00 – LVDS clock = source clock (default)
01 – Multiply by 2
10 – Multiply by 3
11 – Multiply by 4
00
RW
0
PLL_EN
When this bit is set, the PLL is enabled with the settings programmed into
CSR 0x0A and CSR 0x0B. The PLL should be disabled before changing any
of the settings in CSR 0x0A and CSR 0x0B. The input clock source must be
active and stable before the PLL is enabled.
0 – PLL disabled (default)
1 – PLL enabled
0
RW
0x0B
0x0D
DESCRIPTION
(1)
Table 9. CSR Bit Field Definitions – DSI Registers
ADDRESS
BIT(S)
26
ACCESS
0
RW
6:5
DSI_CHANNEL_MODE
00 – Dual-channel DSI receiver
01 – Single channel DSI receiver (default)
10 – Two single channel DSI receivers
11 – Reserved
01
RW
4:3
CHA_DSI_LANES
This field controls the number of lanes that are enabled for DSI Channel A.
00 – Four lanes are enabled
01 – Three lanes are enabled
10 – Two lanes are enabled
11 – One lane is enabled (default)
Note: Unused DSI input pins on the SN65DSI85 should be left unconnected.
11
RW
2:1
CHB_DSI_LANES
This field controls the number of lanes that are enabled for DSI Channel B.
00 – Four lanes are enabled
01 – Three lanes are enabled
10 – Two lanes are enabled
11 – One lane is enabled (default)
Note: Unused DSI input pins on the SN65DSI85 should be left unconnected.
11
RW
SOT_ERR_TOL_DIS
0 – Single bit errors are tolerated for the start of transaction SoT leader
sequence (default)
1 – No SoT bit errors are tolerated
0
RW
0
(1)
DEFAULT
LEFT_RIGHT_PIXELS
This bit selects the pixel arrangement in dual channel DSI implementations.
0 – DSI channel A receives ODD pixels and channel B receives EVEN
(default)
1 – DSI channel A receives LEFT image pixels and channel B receives
RIGHT image pixels
7
0x10
DESCRIPTION
(1)
RO = Read Only; RW = Read/Write; RW1C = Read/Write 1 to Clear; WO = Write Only (reads return undetermined values)
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Table 9. CSR Bit Field Definitions – DSI Registers (continued)
ADDRESS
BIT(S)
0x13
DEFAULT
ACCESS
7:6
CHA_DSI_DATA_EQ
This field controls the equalization for the DSI Channel A Data Lanes
00 – No equalization (default)
01 – 1 dB equalization
10 – Reserved
11 – 2 dB equalization
00
RW
5:4
CHB_DSI_DATA_EQ
This field controls the equalization for the DSI Channel B Data Lanes
00 – No equalization (default)
01 – 1 dB equalization
10 – Reserved
11 – 2 dB equalization
00
RW
3:2
CHA_DSI_CLK_EQ
This field controls the equalization for the DSI Channel A Clock
00 – No equalization (default)
01 – 1 dB equalization
10 – Reserved
11 – 2 dB equalization
00
RW
1:0
CHB_DSI_CLK_EQ
This field controls the equalization for the DSI Channel A Clock
00 – No equalization (default)
01 – 1 dB equalization
10 – Reserved
11 – 2 dB equalization
00
RW
7:0
CHA_DSI_CLK_RANGE
This field specifies the DSI Clock frequency range in 5 MHz increments for
the DSI Channel A Clock
0x00 through 0x07 – Reserved
0x08 – 40 ≤ frequency < 45 MHz
0x09 – 45 ≤ frequency < 50 MHz
•
•
•
0x63 – 495 ≤ frequency < 500 MHz
0x64 – 500 MHz
0x65 through 0xFF – Reserved
0
RW
7:0
CHB_DSI_CLK_RANGE
This field specifies the DSI Clock frequency range in 5 MHz increments for
the DSI Channel B Clock
0x00 through 0x07 – Reserved
0x08 – 40 ≤ frequency < 45 MHz
0x09 – 45 ≤ frequency < 50 MHz
•
•
•
0x63 – 495 ≤ frequency < 500 MHz
0x64 – 500 MHz
0x65 through 0xFF – Reserved
0
RW
0x11
0x12
DESCRIPTION
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Table 10. CSR Bit Field Definitions – LVDS Registers
ADDRESS
BIT(S)
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
ACCESS
7
DE_NEG_POLARITY
0 – DE is positive polarity driven 1 during active pixel transmission on LVDS
(default)
1 – DE is negative polarity driven 0 during active pixel transmission on LVDS
0
RW
6
HS_NEG_POLARITY
0 – HS is positive polarity driven 1 during corresponding sync conditions
1 – HS is negative polarity driven 0 during corresponding sync (default)
1
RW
5
VS_NEG_POLARITY
0 – VS is positive polarity driven 1 during corresponding sync conditions
1 – VS is negative polarity driven 0 during corresponding sync (default)
1
RW
1
RW
(1)
LVDS_LINK_CFG
0 – LVDS Channel A and Channel B outputs enabled
4
When CSR 0x10.6:5 = 00 or 01, the LVDS is in Dual-Link configuration
When CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10, the LVDS is in two Single-Link configuration
1 – LVDS Single-Link configuration; Channel A output enabled and Channel
B output disabled (default)
0x18
3
CHA_24BPP_MODE
0 – Force 18bpp; LVDS channel A lane 4 (A_Y3P/N) is disabled (default)
1 – Force 24bpp; LVDS channel A lane 4 (B_Y3P/N) is enabled
0
RW
2
CHB_24BPP_MODE
0 – Force 18bpp; LVDS channel B lane 4 (A_Y3P/N) is disabled (default)
1 – Force 24bpp; LVDS channel B lane 4 (B_Y3P/N) is enabled
0
RW
1
CHA_24BPP_FORMAT1
This field selects the 24bpp data format
0 – LVDS channel A lane A_Y3P/N transmits the 2 most significant bits
(MSB) per color; Format 2 (default)
1 – LVDS channel B lane A_Y3P/N transmits the 2 least significant bits (LSB)
per color; Format 1
Note1: This field must be 0 when 18bpp data is received from DSI.
Note2: If this field is set to 1 and CHA_24BPP_MODE is 0, the SN65DSI85
will convert 24bpp data to 18bpp data for transmission to an 18bpp panel. In
this configuration, the SN65DSI85 will not transmit the 2 LSB per color on
LVDS channel A, since LVDS channel A lane A_Y3P/N is disabled.
0
RW
0
CHB_24BPP_FORMAT1
This field selects the 24bpp data format
0 – LVDS channel B lane B_Y3P/N transmits the 2 most significant bits
(MSB) per color; Format 2 (default)
1 – LVDS channel B lane B_Y3P/N transmits the 2 least significant bits (LSB)
per color; Format 1
Note1: This field must be 0 when 18bpp data is received from DSI.
Note2: If this field is set to 1 and CHB_24BPP_MODE is 0, the SN65DSI85
will convert 24bpp data to 18bpp data for transmission to an 18bpp panel. In
this configuration, the SN65DSI85 will not transmit the 2 LSB per color on
LVDS channel B, since LVDS channel B lane B_Y3P/N is disabled.
0
RW
6
CHA_LVDS_VOCM
This field controls the common mode output voltage for LVDS Channel A
0 – 1.2V (default)
1 – 0.9V (CSR 0x1B.5:4 CHA_LVDS_CM_ADJUST must be set to 01b)
0
RW
4
CHB_LVDS_VOCM
This field controls the common mode output voltage for LVDS Channel B
0 – 1.2V (default)
1 – 0.9V (CSR 0x1B.1:0 CHB_LVDS_CM_ADJUST must be set to 01b)
0
RW
3:2
CHA_LVDS_VOD_SWING
This field controls the differential output voltage for LVDS Channel A. See the
Electrical Characteristics for |VOD| for each setting:
00, 01 (default), 10, 11
01
RW
1:0
CHB_LVDS_VOD_SWING
This field controls the differential output voltage for LVDS Channel B. See the
Electrical Characteristics for |VOD| for each setting:
00, 01 (default), 10, 11
01
RW
0x19
(1)
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Table 10. CSR Bit Field Definitions – LVDS Registers (continued)
ADDRESS
BIT(S)
6
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
EVEN_ODD_SWAP
0 – Odd pixels routed to LVDS Channel A and Even pixels routed to LVDS
Channel B (default)
1 – Odd pixels routed to LVDS Channel B and Even pixels routed to LVDS
Channel A
Note: When the SN65DSI85 is in two stream mode (CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10),
setting this bit to 1 will cause the video stream from DSI Channel A to be
routed to LVDS Channel B and the video stream from DSI Channel B to be
routed to LVDS Channel A.
ACCESS
0
RW
0
RW
0
RW
1
CHA_LVDS_TERM
This bit controls the near end differential termination for LVDS Channel A.
This bit also affects the output voltage for LVDS Channel A.
0 – 100Ω differential termination
1 – 200Ω differential termination (default)
1
RW
0
CHB_LVDS_TERM
This bit controls the near end differential termination for LVDS Channel B.
This bit also affects the output voltage for LVDS Channel B.
0 – 100Ω differential termination
1 – 200Ω differential termination (default)
1
RW
(1)
CHA_REVERSE_LVDS
This bit controls the order of the LVDS pins for Channel A.
0 – Normal LVDS Channel A pin order. LVDS Channel A pin order is the
same as listed in the Terminal Assignments Section. (default)
1 – Reversed LVDS Channel A pin order. LVDS Channel A pin order is
remapped as follows:
5
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
A_Y0P → A_Y3P
A_Y0N → A_Y3N
A_Y1P → A_CLKP
A_Y1N → A_CLKN
A_Y2P → A_Y2P
A_Y2N → A_Y2N
A_CLKP → A_Y1P
A_CLKN → A_Y1N
A_Y3P → A_Y0P
A_Y3N → A_Y0N
CHB_REVERSE_LVDS
This bit controls the order of the LVDS pins for Channel B.
0 – Normal LVDS Channel B pin order. LVDS Channel B pin order is the
same as listed in the Terminal Assignments Section. (default)
0x1A
1 – Reversed LVDS Channel B pin order. LVDS Channel B pin order is
remapped as follows:
4
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
B_Y0P → B_Y3P
B_Y0N → B_Y3N
B_Y1P → B_CLKP
B_Y1N → B_CLKN
B_Y2P → B_Y2P
B_Y2N → B_Y2N
B_CLKP → B_Y1P
B_CLKN → B_Y1N
B_Y3P → B_Y0P
B_Y3N → B_Y0N
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Table 10. CSR Bit Field Definitions – LVDS Registers (continued)
ADDRESS
BIT(S)
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
ACCESS
5:4
CHA_LVDS_CM_ADJUST
This field can be used to adjust the common mode output voltage for LVDS
Channel A.
00 – No change to common mode voltage (default)
01 – Adjust common mode voltage down 3%
10 – Adjust common mode voltage up 3%
11 – Adjust common mode voltage up 6%
00
RW
1:0
CHB_LVDS_CM_ADJUST
This field can be used to adjust the common mode output voltage for LVDS
Channel B.
00 – No change to common mode voltage (default)
01 – Adjust common mode voltage down 3%
10 – Adjust common mode voltage up 3%
11 – Adjust common mode voltage up 6%
00
RW
0x1B
(1)
Notes:
1. TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY registers are for test pattern generation use only. Others
are for normal operation unless the test pattern generation feature is enabled. CHB* registers are used only
when the device is configured for two stream mode -both LVDS output channels are enabled(CSR 0x18.4=0)
and DSI channel mode configured as two stream(CSR 0x10.6:5 = 0X10b). CH*_SYNC_DELAY_HIGH/LOW
registers are not used for test pattern generation. In all other configurations, CHA* registers are used for test
pattern generation.
2. The CHB* register fields with a note “This field is only applicable when CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10.” are used only
when the device is configured as two stream mode with CSR 0x18.4=’0’ and CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10.
Table 11. CSR Bit Field Definitions – Video Registers
ADDRESS
0x20
(1)
30
BIT(S)
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
7:0
CHA_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_LOW
When the SN65DSI85 is configured for a single DSI input, this field controls
the length in pixels of the active horizontal line. When configured for Dual DSI
inputs in Odd/Even mode, this field controls the number of odd pixels in the
active horizontal line that are received on DSI Channel A and output to LVDS
Channel A in single LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=1), Channel A and B
in dual LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=0) with DSI_CHANNEL_MODE set
to 01 or 00(CSR 0x10.6:5) . When configured for Dual DSI inputs in
Left/Right mode, this field controls the number of left pixels in the active
horizontal line that are received on DSI Channel A and output to LVDS
Channel A. When configured for Dual DSI inputs in two stream mode, this
field controls the number of pixels in the active horizontal line for the video
stream received on DSI Channel A and output to LVDS Channel A. The
value in this field is the lower 8 bits of the 12-bit value for the horizontal line
length.
Note: When the SN65DSI85 is configured for dual DSI inputs in Left/Right
mode and LEFT_CROP field is programmed to a value other than 0x00, the
CHA_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_LOW/HIGH registers must be programmed to
the number of active pixels in the Left portion of the line after LEFT_CROP
has been applied.
0
ACCESS
(1)
RW
RO = Read Only; RW = Read/Write; RW1C = Read/Write 1 to Clear; WO = Write Only (reads return undetermined values)
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Table 11. CSR Bit Field Definitions – Video Registers (continued)
ADDRESS
0x21
0x22
0x23
0x24
0x25
BIT(S)
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
ACCESS
3:0
CHA_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_HIGH
When the SN65DSI85 is configured for a single DSI input, this field controls
the length in pixels of the active horizontal line. When configured for Dual DSI
inputs in Odd/Even mode, this field controls the number of odd pixels in the
active horizontal line that are received on DSI Channel A and output to LVDS
Channel A in single LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=1), Channel A and B
in dual LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=0) with DSI_CHANNEL_MODE set
to 01 or 00(CSR 0x10.6:5). When configured for Dual DSI inputs in Left/Right
mode, this field controls the number of left pixels in the active horizontal line
that are received on DSI Channel A and output to LVDS Channel A. When
configured for Dual DSI inputs in two stream mode, this field controls the
number of pixels in the active horizontal line for the video stream received on
DSI Channel A and output to LVDS Channel A. The value in this field is the
upper 4 bits of the 12-bit value for the horizontal line length.
Note: When the SN65DSI85 is configured for dual DSI inputs in Left/Right
mode and LEFT_CROP field is programmed to a value other than 0x00, the
CHA_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_LOW/HIGH registers must be programmed to
the number of active pixels in the Left portion of the line after LEFT_CROP
has been applied.
0
RW
7:0
CHB_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_LOW
When the SN65DSI85 is configured for a single DSI input, this field is not
applicable. When configured for Dual DSI inputs in Odd/Even mode, this field
controls the number of even pixels in the active horizontal line that are
received on DSI Channel B. When configured for Dual DSI inputs in
Left/Right mode, this field controls the number of right pixels in the active
horizontal line that are received on DSI Channel B and output to LVDS
Channel B. When configured for Dual DSI inputs in two stream mode, this
field controls the number of pixels in the active horizontal line for the video
stream received on DSI Channel B and output to LVDS Channel B. The
value in this field is the lower 8 bits of the 12-bit value for the horizontal line
length.
Note: When the SN65DSI85 is configured for dual DSI inputs in Left/Right
mode and RIGHT_CROP field is programmed to a value other than 0x00, the
CHB_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_LOW/HIGH registers must be programmed to
the number of active pixels in the Right portion of the line after
RIGHT_CROP has been applied.
0
RW
3:0
CHB_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_HIGH
When the SN65DSI85 is configured for a single DSI input, this field is not
applicable. When configured for Dual DSI inputs in Odd/Even mode, this field
controls the number of even pixels in the active horizontal line that are
received on DSI Channel B. When configured for Dual DSI inputs in
Left/Right mode, this field controls the number of right pixels in the active
horizontal line that are received on DSI Channel B and output to LVDS
Channel B. When configured for Dual DSI inputs in two stream mode, this
field controls the number of pixels in the active horizontal line for the video
stream received on DSI Channel B and output to LVDS Channel B. The
value in this field is the upper 4 bits of the 12-bit value for the horizontal line
length.
Note: When the SN65DSI85 is configured for dual DSI inputs in Left/Right
mode and RIGHT_CROP field is programmed to a value other than 0x00, the
CHB_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_LOW/HIGH registers must be programmed to
the number of active pixels in the Right portion of the line after
RIGHT_CROP has been applied
0
RW
7:0
CHA_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_LOW
TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY
This field controls the vertical display size in lines for LVDS Channel A/B test
pattern generation. The value in this field is the lower 8 bits of the 12-bit
value for the vertical display size.
0
RW
3:0
CHA_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_HIGH
TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY.
This field controls the vertical display size in lines forLVDS Channel A/B test
pattern generation. The value in this field is the upper 4 bits of the 12-bit
value for the vertical display size
0
RW
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Table 11. CSR Bit Field Definitions – Video Registers (continued)
ADDRESS
0x26
0x27
0x28
0x29
0x2A
0x2B
0x2C
0x2D
32
BIT(S)
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
ACCESS
7:0
CHB_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_LOW
TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY.
This field controls the vertical display size in lines for LVDS Channel B test
pattern generation. The value in this field is the lower 8 bits of the 12-bit
value for the vertical display size. This field is only applicable when CSR
0x10.6:5 = 10
0
RW
3:0
CHB_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_HIGH
TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY.
This field controls the vertical display size in lines for LVDS Channel B test
pattern generation. The value in this field is the upper 4 bits of the 12-bit
value for the vertical display size. This field is only applicable when CSR
0x10.6:5 = 10 .
0
RW
7:0
CHA_SYNC_DELAY_LOW
This field controls the delay in pixel clocks from when an HSync or VSync is
received on the DSI to when it is transmitted on the LVDS interface for
Channel A in single LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=1), Channel A and B
in dual LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=0) with DSI_CHANNEL_MODE set
to 01 or 00(CSR 0x10.6:5).. The delay specified by this field is in addition to
the pipeline and synchronization delays in the SN65DSI85. The additional
delay is approximately 10 pixel clocks. The Sync delay must be programmed
to at least 32 pixel clocks to ensure proper operation. The value in this field is
the lower 8 bits of the 12-bit value for the Sync delay.
0
RW
3:0
CHA_SYNC_DELAY_HIGH
This field controls the delay in pixel clocks from when an HSync or VSync is
received on the DSI to when it is transmitted on the LVDS interface for
Channel A in single LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=1), Channel A and B
in dual LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=0) with DSI_CHANNEL_MODE set
to 01 or 00(CSR 0x10.6:5).. The delay specified by this field is in addition to
the pipeline and synchronization delays in the SN65DSI85. The additional
delay is approximately 10 pixel clocks. The Sync delay must be programmed
to at least 32 pixel clocks to ensure proper operation. The value in this field is
the upper 4 bits of the 12-bit value for the Sync delay.
0
RW
7:0
CHB_SYNC_DELAY_LOW
This field controls the delay in pixel clocks from when an HSync or VSync is
received on the DSI to when it is transmitted on the LVDS interface for
Channel B when the SN65DSI85 is configured as two single stream mode
with CSR 0x18.4=0 and CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10. The delay specified by this field
is in addition to the pipeline and synchronization delays in the SN65DSI85.
The additional delay is approximately 10 pixel clocks. The Sync delay must
be programmed to at least 32 pixel clocks to ensure proper operation. The
value in this field is the lower 8 bits of the 12-bit value for the Sync delay
0
RW
3:0
CHB_SYNC_DELAY_HIGH
This field controls the delay in pixel clocks from when an HSync or VSync is
received on the DSI to when it is transmitted on the LVDS interface for
Channel B when the SN65DSI85 is configured as two single stream mode
with CSR 0x18.4=0 and CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10. The delay specified by this field
is in addition to the pipeline and synchronization delays in the SN65DSI85.
The additional delay is approximately 10 pixel clocks. The Sync delay must
be programmed to at least 32 pixel clocks to ensure proper operation. The
value in this field is the upper 4 bits of the 12-bit value for the Sync delay.
0
RW
7:0
CHA_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW
This field controls the width in pixel clocks of the HSync Pulse Width for
LVDS Channel A in single LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=1), Channel A
and B in dual LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=0) with
DSI_CHANNEL_MODE set to 01 or 00(CSR 0x10.6:5). The value in this field
is the lower 8 bits of the 10-bit value for the HSync Pulse Width.
0
RW
1:0
CHA_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH
This field controls the width in pixel clocks of the HSync Pulse Width for
LVDS Channel A in single LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=1), Channel A
and B in dual LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=0) with
DSI_CHANNEL_MODE set to 01 or 00(CSR 0x10.6:5). The value in this field
is the upper 2 bits of the 10-bit value for the HSync Pulse Width.
0
RW
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ADDRESS
BIT(S)
DESCRIPTION
DEFAULT
7:0
CHB_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW
This field controls the width in pixel clocks of the HSync Pulse Width for
LVDS Channel B. The value in this field is the lower 8 bits of the 10-bit value
for the HSync Pulse Width. This field is only applicable when CSR 0x10.6:5 =
10.
0
RW
1:0
CHB_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH
This field controls the width in pixel clocks of the HSync Pulse Width for
LVDS Channel B. The value in this field is the upper 2 bits of the 10-bit value
for the HSync Pulse Width. This field is only applicable when CSR 0x10.6:5 =
10.
0
RW
7:0
CHA_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW
This field controls the length in lines of the VSync Pulse Width for LVDS
Channel A in single LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=1), Channel A and B
in dual LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=0) with DSI_CHANNEL_MODE set
to 01 or 00(CSR 0x10.6:5). The value in this field is the lower 8 bits of the 10bit value for the VSync Pulse Width.
0
RW
1:0
CHA_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH
This field controls the length in lines of the VSync Pulse Width for LVDS
Channel A in single LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=1), Channel A and B
in dual LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=0) with DSI_CHANNEL_MODE set
to 01 or 00(CSR 0x10.6:5). The value in this field is the upper 2 bits of the
10-bit value for the VSync Pulse Width.
0
RW
7:0
CHB_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW
This field controls the length in lines of the VSync Pulse Width for LVDS
Channel B. The value in this field is the lower 8 bits of the 10-bit value for the
VSync Pulse Width. This field is only applicable when CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10.
0
RW
1:0
CHB_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH
This field controls the length in lines of the VSync Pulse Width for LVDS
Channel B. The value in this field is the upper 2 bits of the 10-bit value for the
VSync Pulse Width. This field is only applicable when CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10.
0
RW
0x34
7:0
CHA_HORIZONTAL_BACK_PORCH
This field controls the time in pixel clocks between the end of the HSync
Pulse and the start of the active video data for LVDS Channel A in single
LVDS Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=1), Channel A and B in dual LVDS
Channel mode(CSR 0x18.4=0) with DSI_CHANNEL_MODE set to 01 or
00(CSR 0x10.6:5).
0
RW
0x35
7:0
CHB_HORIZONTAL_BACK_PORCH
This field controls the time in pixel clocks between the end of the HSync
Pulse and the start of the active video data for LVDS Channel B. This field is
only applicable when CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10.
0
RW
0x36
7:0
CHA_VERTICAL_BACK_PORCH
TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY.
This field controls the number of lines between the end of the VSync Pulse
and the start of the active video data for Channel A/B.
0
RW
7:0
CHB_VERTICAL_BACK_PORCH
TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY.
This field controls the number of lines between the end of the VSync Pulse
and the start of the active video data for Channel B. This field is only
applicable when CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10 .
0
RW
7:0
CHA_HORIZONTAL_FRONT_PORCH
TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY.
This field controls the time in pixel clocks between the end of the active video
data and the start of the HSync Pulse for Channel A/B.
0
RW
0x39
7:0
CHB_HORIZONTAL_FRONT_PORCH
TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY.
This field controls the time in pixel clocks between the end of the active video
data and the start of the HSync Pulse for Channel B. This field is only
applicable when CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10.
0
RW
0x3A
7:0
CHA_VERTICAL_FRONT_PORCH
TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY.
This field controls the number of lines between the end of the active video
data and the start of the VSync Pulse for Channel A/B.
0
RW
0x2E
0x2F
0x30
0x31
0x32
0x33
0x37
0x38
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ADDRESS
0x3B
BIT(S)
0x3E
34
DEFAULT
ACCESS
7:0
CHB_VERTICAL_FRONT_PORCH
TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY.
This field controls the number of lines between the end of the active video
data and the start of the VSync Pulse for Channel B. This field is only
applicable when CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10.
0
RW
4
CHA_TEST_PATTERN
TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY.
When this bit is set, the SN65DSI85 will generate a video test pattern for
Channel A based on the values programmed into the Video Registers for
Channel A
0
RW
0
CHB_TEST_PATTERN
TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY.
When this bit is set, the SN65DSI85 will generate a video test pattern for
Channel B based on the values programmed into the Video Registers for
Channel B. This field is only applicable when CSR 0x10.6:5 = 10
0
RW
7:0
RIGHT_CROP
This field controls the number of pixels removed from the beginning of the
active video line for DSI Channel B. This field only has meaning if
LEFT_RIGHT_PIXELS = 1. This field defaults to 0x00. Note1: When the
SN65DSI85 is configured for dual DSI inputs in Left/Right mode and this field
is programmed to a value other than 0x00, the
CHB_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_LOW/HIGH registers must be programmed to
the number of active pixels in the Right portion of the line after
RIGHT_CROP has been applied.
0
RW
7:0
LEFT_CROP
This field controls the number of pixels removed from the end of the active
video line for DSI Channel A. This field only has meaning if
LEFT_RIGHT_PIXELS = 1. This field defaults to 0x00. Note1: When the
SN65DSI85 is configured for dual DSI inputs in Left/Right mode and this field
is programmed to a value other than 0x00, the
CHA_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_LOW/HIGH registers must be programmed to
the number of active pixels in the Left portion of the line after LEFT_CROP
has been applied.
0
RW
0x3C
0x3D
DESCRIPTION
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Table 12. CSR Bit Field Definitions – IRQ Registers
ADDRESS
0xE0
0xE1
BIT(S)
DEFAULT
ACCESS
0
IRQ_EN
When enabled by this field, the IRQ output is driven high to communicate
IRQ events.
0 – IRQ output is high-impedance (default)
1 – IRQ output is driven high when a bit is set in registers 0xE5 or 0xE6 that
also has the corresponding IRQ_EN bit set to enable the interrupt condition
0
RW
7
CHA_SYNCH_ERR_EN
0 – CHA_SYNCH_ERR is masked
1 – CHA_SYNCH_ERR is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
6
CHA_CRC_ERR_EN
0 – CHA_CRC_ERR is masked
1 – CHA_CRC_ERR is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
5
CHA_UNC_ECC_ERR_EN
0 – CHA_UNC_ECC_ERR is masked
1 – CHA_UNC_ECC_ERR is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
4
CHA_COR_ECC_ERR_EN
0 – CHA_COR_ECC_ERR is masked
1 – CHA_COR_ECC_ERR is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
3
CHA_LLP_ERR_EN
0 – CHA_LLP_ERR is masked
1 – CHA_ LLP_ERR is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
2
CHA_SOT_BIT_ERR_EN
0 – CHA_SOT_BIT_ERR is masked
1 – CHA_SOT_BIT_ERR is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
0
PLL_UNLOCK_EN
0 – PLL_UNLOCK is masked
1 – PLL_UNLOCK is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
7
CHB_SYNCH_ERR_EN
0 – CHB_SYNCH_ERR is masked
1 – CHB_SYNCH_ERR is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
6
CHB_CRC_ERR_EN
0 – CHB_CRC_ERR is masked
1 – CHB_CRC_ERR is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
5
CHB_UNC_ECC_ERR_EN
0 – CHB_UNC_ECC_ERR is masked
1 – CHB_UNC_ECC_ERR is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
4
CHB_COR_ECC_ERR_EN
0 – CHB_COR_ECC_ERR is masked
1 – CHB_COR_ECC_ERR is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
3
CHB_LLP_ERR_EN
0 – CHB_LLP_ERR is masked
1 – CHB_ LLP_ERR is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
2
CHB_SOT_BIT_ERR_EN
0 – CHB_SOT_BIT_ERR is masked
1 – CHB_SOT_BIT_ERR is enabled to generate IRQ events
0
RW
0xE2
(1)
DESCRIPTION
(1)
RO = Read Only; RW = Read/Write; RW1C = Read/Write 1 to Clear; WO = Write Only (reads return undetermined values)
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Table 12. CSR Bit Field Definitions – IRQ Registers (continued)
ADDRESS
BIT(S)
36
DEFAULT
ACCESS
7
CHA_SYNCH_ERR
When the DSI channel A packet processor detects an HS or VS
synchronization error, that is, an unexpected sync packet; this bit is set; this
bit is cleared by writing a 1 value.
0
RW1C
6
CHA_CRC_ERR
When the DSI channel A packet processor detects a data stream CRC error,
this bit is set; this bit is cleared by writing a 1 value.
0
RW1C
5
CHA_UNC_ECC_ERR
When the DSI channel A packet processor detects an uncorrectable ECC
error, this bit is set; this bit is cleared by writing a 1 value.
0
RW1C
4
CHA_COR_ECC_ERR
When the DSI channel A packet processor detects a correctable ECC error,
this bit is set; this bit is cleared by writing a 1 value.
0
RW1C
3
CHA_LLP_ERR
When the DSI channel A packet processor detects a low level protocol error,
this bit is set; this bit is cleared by writing a 1 value.
Low level protocol errors include SoT and EoT sync errors, Escape Mode
entry command errors, LP transmission sync errors, and false control errors.
Lane merge errors are reported by this status condition.
0
RW1C
2
CHA_SOT_BIT_ERR
When the DSI channel A packet processor detects an SoT leader sequence
bit error, this bit is set; this bit is cleared by writing a 1 value.
0
RW1C
0
PLL_UNLOCK
This bit is set whenever the PLL Lock status transitions from LOCK to
UNLOCK.
1
RW1C
7
CHB_SYNCH_ERR
When the DSI channel B packet processor detects an HS or VS
synchronization error, that is, an unexpected sync packet; this bit is set; this
bit is cleared by writing a 1 value.
0
RW1C
6
CHB_CRC_ERR
When the DSI channel B packet processor detects a data stream CRC error,
this bit is set; this bit is cleared by writing a 1 value.
0
RW1C
5
CHB_UNC_ECC_ERR
When the DSI channel B packet processor detects an uncorrectable ECC
error, this bit is set; this bit is cleared by writing a 1 value.
0
RW1C
4
CHB_COR_ECC_ERR
When the DSI channel B packet processor detects a correctable ECC error,
this bit is set; this bit is cleared by writing a 1 value.
0
RW1C
3
CHB_LLP_ERR
When the DSI channel B packet processor detects a low level protocol error,
this bit is set; this bit is cleared by writing a 1 value.
Low level protocol errors include SoT and EoT sync errors, Escape Mode
entry command errors, LP transmission sync errors, and false control errors.
Lane merge errors are reported by this status condition.
0
RW1C
2
CHB_SOT_BIT_ERR
When the DSI channel B packet processor detects an SoT leader sequence
bit error, this bit is set; this bit is cleared by writing a 1 value.
0
RW1C
0xE5
0xE6
DESCRIPTION
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9 Application and Implementation
NOTE
Information in the following applications sections is not part of the TI component
specification, and TI does not warrant its accuracy or completeness. TI’s customers are
responsible for determining suitability of components for their purposes. Customers should
validate and test their design implementation to confirm system functionality.
9.1 Application Information
9.1.1 Video STOP and Restart Sequence
When the system requires to stop outputting video to the display, it is recommended to use the following
sequence for the SN65DSI85:
1. Clear the PLL_EN bit to 0 (CSR 0x0D.0)
2. Stop video streaming on DSI inputs
3. Drive all DSI data lanes to LP11, but keep the DSI CLK lanes in HS.
When the system is ready to restart the video streaming.
1. Start video streaming on DSI inputs.
2. Set the PLL_EN bit to 1 (CSR 0x0D.0).
3. Wait for a minimum of 3 ms.
4. Set the SOFT_RESET bit (0x09.0).
9.1.2 Reverse LVDS Pin Order Option
For ease of PCB routing, the SN65DSI85 supports swapping/reversing the channel or pin order via configuration
register programming. The order of the LVDS pin for LVDS Channel A or Channel B can be reversed by setting
the address 0x1A bit 5 CHA_REVERSE_LVDS or bit 4 CHB_REVERSE_LVDS. The LVDS Channel A and
Channel B can be swapped by setting the 0x1A.6 EVEN_ODD_SWAP bit. See the corresponding register bit
definition for details.
9.1.3 IRQ Usage
The SN65DSI85 provides an IRQ pin that can be used to indicate when certain errors occur on DSI. The IRQ
output is enabled through the IRQ_EN bit (CSR 0xE0.0). Individual error conditions for DSI Channel A are
enabled through the Channel A Error Enable bits (CSR 0xE1.7:2). Individual error conditions for DSI Channel B
are enabled through the Channel B Error Enable bits (CSR 0xE2.7:2). The IRQ pin will be asserted when an
error occurs on DSI, the corresponding error enable bit is set, and the IRQ_EN bit is set. An error is cleared by
writing a 1 to the corresponding error status bit.
NOTE
If the SOFT_RESET bit is set while the DSI video stream is active, some of the error
status bits may be set.
If the DSI video stream is stopped, some of the error status bits may be set. These error
status bits should be cleared before restarting the video stream.
If the DSI video stream starts before the device is configured, some of the error status bits
may be set. It is recommended to start streaming after the device is correctly configured
as recommended in the initialization sequence in the Recommended Initialization
Sequence section.
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9.2 Typical Applications
9.2.1 Typical WUXGA 18-bpp Application
Figure 18 illustrates a typical application using the SN65DSI85 configured for a single channel DSI receiver to
interface a single-channel DSI application processor to an LVDS Dual-Link 18 bit-per-pixel panel supporting 1920
x 1200 WUXGA resolutions at 60 frames per second.
100Ω
DA0P
DA0N
A_Y1N
A_Y1P
100Ω
A_Y2N
A_Y2P
100Ω
A_CLKN
A_CLKP
100Ω
DA1P
DA1N
DA2P
DA2N
DA3P
DA3N
DACP
DACN
SCL
SDA
A_Y3N
A_Y3P
B_Y0N
B_Y0P
100Ω
IRQ
EN
B_Y1N
B_Y1P
100Ω
ADDR
REFCLK
GND
B_Y2N
B_Y2P
100Ω
B_CLKN
B_CLKP
100Ω
1.8V
VCC
to odd pixel
row and column
drivers
18bpp TCON
A_Y0N
A_Y0P
FPC
Application
Processor
SN65DSI85
to even pixel
row and column
drivers
B_Y3N
B_Y3P
C1
Figure 18. Typical WUXGA 18-bpp Panel Application
9.2.1.1 Design Requirements
Table 13 lists the design parameters for SN65DSI85.
Table 13. Design Parameters
DESIGN PARAMETER
EXAMPLE VALUE
VCC
1.8 V (±5%)
CLOCK
DSIA_CLK
REFCKL Frequency
N/A
DSIA Clock Frequency
490 MHz
PANEL INFORMATION
LVDS Output Clock Frequency
81 MHz
Resolution
1920 × 1200
Horizontal Active (pixels)
960
Horizontal Blanking (pixels)
144
Vertical Active (Lines)
1200
Vertical Blanking (lines)
20
Horizontal Sync Offset (pixels)
50
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Typical Applications (continued)
Table 13. Design Parameters (continued)
DESIGN PARAMETER
EXAMPLE VALUE
Horizontal Sync Pulse Width (pixels)
50
Vertical Sync Offset (lines)
1
Vertical Sync Pulse Width (lines)
5
Horizontal Sync Pulse Polarity
Negative
Vertical Sync Pulse Polarity
Negative
Color Bit Depth (6 bpc or 8 bpc)
6-bit
Number of LVDS Lanes
2 × [3 Data lanes + 1 Clock lane]
DSI INFORMATION
Number of DSI Lanes
1 × [4 Data Lanes + 1 Clock Lane]
DSI Input Clock Frequency
490 MHz
Dual DSI Configuration (Odd/Even or Left/Right)
N/A
9.2.1.2 Detailed Design Procedure
The video resolution parameters required by the panel need to be programmed into the SN65DSI84. For this
example, the parameters programmed would be the following:
Horizontal active = 1920 or 0x780
CHA_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_LOW = 0X80
CHA_ACTIVE_LINE_LENGTH_HIGH = 0x07
Horizontal pulse Width = 50 or 0x32
CHA_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW = 0x32
CHA_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH= 0x00
Horizontal back porch = Horizontal blanking – (Horizontal sync offset + Horizontal sync pulse width)
Horizontal back porch = 144– (50 + 50)
Horizontal back porch = 44 or 0x2C
CHA_HORIZONTAL_BACK_PORCH = 0x2C
Vertical pulse width = 5
CHA_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW = 0x05
CHA_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH= 0x00
The pattern generation feature can be enabled by setting the CHA_TEST_PATTERN bit at address 0x3C and
configuring the following TEST PATTERN GENERATION PURPOSE ONLY registers.
Vertical active = 1200 or 0x4B0
CHA_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_LOW = 0xB0
CHA_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_HIGH = 0x04
Vertical back porch = Vertical blanking – (Vertical sync offset +Vertical sync pulse width)
Vertical back porch = 20 – (1 + 5)
Vertical back porch = 14 or 0x0E
CHA_VERTICAL_BACK_PORCH = 0x0E
Horizontal front porch = Horizontal sync offset
Horizontal front porch = 50 or 0x32
CHA_HORIZONTAL_FRONT_PORCH = 0x32
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Vertical front porch = Vertical sync offset
Vertical front porch =1
CHA_VERTICAL_FRONT_PORCH = 0x01
In this example, the clock source for the SN65DSI84 is the DSI clock. When the MIPI D-PHY clock is used as the
LVDS clock source, it is divided by the factor in DSI_CLK_DIVIDER (CSR 0x0B.7:3) to generate the FlatLink
LVDS output clock. Additionally, LVDS_CLK_RANGE (CSR 0x0A.3:1) and CH_DSI_CLK_RANGE(CSR 0x12)
must be set to the frequency range of the FlatLink LVDS output clock and DSI Channel A input clock respectively
for the internal PLL to operate correctly. After these settings are programmed, PLL_EN (CSR 0x0D.0) should be
set to enable the internal PLL.
LVDS_CLK)RANGE = 010b – 62.5 MHz ≤ LVDS_CLK < 87.5 MHz
HS_CLK_SRC = 1 – LVDS pixel clock derived from MIPI D-PHY channel A HS continuous clock
DSI_CLK_DIVIDER = 00101b – Divide by 6
CHA_DSI_LANES = 00 – Four lanes are enabled
CHA_DSI_CLK_RANGE = 0x62 – 490 MHz ≤ frequency < 495 MHz
9.2.1.2.1 Example Script
<aardvark>
<configure i2c="1" spi="1" gpio="0" tpower="1" pullups="1" />
<i2c_bitrate khz="100" />
=====SOFTRESET=======
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">09 01</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 0D======= ======PLL_EN(bit 0) - Enable LAST after addr 0A and 0B configured======
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">0D 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 0A======= ======HS_CLK_SRC bit0=== ======LVDS_CLK_Range bit 3:1======
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">0A 05</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 0B======= ======DSI_CLK_DIVIDER bit7:3===== ======RefCLK multiplier(bit1:0)====== ======00 LVDSclk=source clk, 01 - x2, 10 -x3, 11 - x4======
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">0B 28</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 10======= ======DSI Ch Confg Left_Right Pixels(bit7 0 for A ODD, B EVEN, 1 for the other config)====== ======DSI Ch Mode(bit6:5) 00 - Dual, 01 single, 10 - two single ======= ======CHA_DSI_Lanes(bit4:3), CHB_DSI_Lanes(bit2:1), 00 - 4, 01 3, 10 - 2, 11 - 1 ======SOT_ERR_TOL_DIS(bit0)=======
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">10 26</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 12=======
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">12 62</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 18======= ======bit7: DE_Pol, bit6:HS_Pol, bit5:VS_Pol, bit4: LVDS Link Cfg, bit3:CHA
24bpp, bit2: CHB 24bpp, bit1: CHA 24bpp fmt1, bit0: CHB 24bpp fmt1======
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">18 63</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 19=======
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">19 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 1A=======
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">1A 03</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 20======= ======CHA_LINE_LENGTH_LOW========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">20 80</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 21======= ======CHA_LINE_LENGTH_HIGH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">21 07</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 22======= ======CHB_LINE_LENGTH_LOW========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">22 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 23======= ======CHB_LINE_LENGTH_HIGH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">23 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 24======= ======CHA_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_LOW========
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<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">24 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 25======= ======CHA_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_HIGH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">25 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 26======= ======CHB_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_LOW========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">26 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 27======= ======CHB_VERTICAL_DISPLAY_SIZE_HIGH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">27 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 28======= ======CHA_SYNC_DELAY_LOW========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">28 20</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 29======= ======CHA_SYNC_DELAY_HIGH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">29 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 2A======= ======CHB_SYNC_DELAY_LOW========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">2A 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 2B======= ======CHB_SYNC_DELAY_HIGH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">2B 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 2C======= ======CHA_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">2C 32</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 2D======= ======CHA_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">2D 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 2E======= ======CHB_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">2E 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 2F======= ======CHB_HSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">2F 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 30======= ======CHA_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">30 05</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 31======= ======CHA_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">31 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 32======= ======CHB_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_LOW========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">32 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 33======= ======CHB_VSYNC_PULSE_WIDTH_HIGH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">33 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 34======= ======CHA_HOR_BACK_PORCH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">34 2C</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 35======= ======CHB_HOR_BACK_PORCH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">35 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 36======= ======CHA_VER_BACK_PORCH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">36 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 37======= ======CHB_VER_BACK_PORCH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">37 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 38======= ======CHA_HOR_FRONT_PORCH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">38 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 39======= ======CHB_HOR_FRONT_PORCH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">39 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 3A======= ======CHA_VER_FRONT_PORCH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">3A 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 3B======= ======CHB_VER_FRONT_PORCH========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">3B 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======ADDR 3C======= ======CHA/CHB TEST PATTERN(bit4 CHA, bit0 CHB)========
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">3C 00</i2c_write>
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<sleep ms="10" />
=======ADDR 0D======= ======PLL_EN(bit 0) - Enable LAST after addr 0A and 0B configured======
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">0D 01</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
=====SOFTRESET=======
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="1" radix="16">09 00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======write======
<i2c_write addr="0x2D" count="196" radix="16">00</i2c_write>
<sleep ms="10" />
======Read======
<i2c_read addr="0x2D" count="256" radix="16">00</i2c_read>
<sleep ms="10" />
</aardvark
9.2.1.3 Application Curve
SN65DSI85: SINGLE Channel DSI to DUAL Channel LVDS, 1440 x 1200
132
Supply Current, I (mA)
Unit 1
Unit 2
130
Unit 3
128
126
124
122
±40
±20
0
20
40
60
Temperature (ƒC)
80
C001
Figure 19. Supply Current vs Temperature
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9.2.2 Typical WQXGA 24-bpp Application
Figure 20 illustrates a typical application using the SN65DSI85 configured for a dual-channel DSI receiver to
interface a dual-channel DSI application processor to an LVDS Dual-Link 24 bit-per-pixel panel supporting
2560x1600 WQXGA resolutions at 60 frames per second.
Application
Processor
DACP
DACN
DB[3: 0]P
DB[3: 0]N
DBCP
DBCN
SCL
SDA
IRQ
EN
ADDR
REFCLK
GND
1.8V
VCC
100Ω
A_Y1N
A_Y1P
100Ω
A_Y2N
A_Y2P
100Ω
A_CLKN
A_CLKP
100Ω
A_Y3N
A_Y3P
100Ω
B_Y0N
B_Y0P
100Ω
B_Y1N
B_Y1P
100Ω
B_Y2N
B_Y2P
100Ω
B_CLKN
B_CLKP
100Ω
B_Y3N
B_Y3P
100Ω
to odd pixel
row and column
drivers
24bpp TCON
DA[3: 0]P
DA[3: 0]N
A_Y0N
A_Y0P
FPC
SN65DSI85
to even pixel
row and column
drivers
C1
Figure 20. Typical WQXGA 24-bpp Panel Application
9.2.2.1 Design Requirements
Table 14 lists the design parameters for SN65DSI85.
Table 14. Design Parameters
DESIGN PARAMETER
EXAMPLE VALUE
VCC
1.8 V (±5%)
PANEL INFORMATION
LVDS Output Clock Frequency
154 MHz
Resolution
2560 x 1600
Color Bit Depth (6 bpc or 8 bpc)
Number of LVDS Lanes
8-bit
2 × [4 Data lanes + 1 Clock lane]
DSI INFORMATION
Number of DSI Lanes
2 × [4 Data Lanes + 1 Clock Lane]
DSI Input Clock Frequency
500 MHz
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10 Power Supply Recommendations
10.1 VCC Power Supply
Each VCC power supply pin must have a 100-nF capacitor to ground connected as close as possible to the
SN65DSI85 device. It is recommended to have one bulk capacitor (1 μF to 10 μF) on it. It is also recommended
to have the pins connected to a solid power plane.
10.2 VCORE Power Supply
This pin must have a 100-nF capacitor to ground connected as close as possible to the SN65DSI85 device. It is
recommended to have one bulk capacitor (1 μF to 10 μF) on it. It is also recommended to have the pins
connected to a solid power plane.
11 Layout
11.1 Layout Guidelines
11.1.1 Package Specific
For the ZQE package, to minimize the power supply noise floor, provide good decoupling near the SN65DSI85
device power pins. The use of four ceramic capacitors (2 × 0.1 μF and 2 × 0.01 μF) provides good performance.
At the least, TI recommends to install one 0.1-μF and one 0.01-μF capacitor near the SN65DSI85 device. To
avoid large current loops and trace inductance, the trace length between decoupling capacitor and device power
inputs pins must be minimized. Placing the capacitor underneath the SN65DSI85 device on the bottom of the
PCB is often a good choice.
11.1.2 Differential pairs
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Differential pairs must be routed with controlled 100-Ω differential impedance (±20%) or 50-Ω single-ended
impedance (±15%).
Keep away from other high speed signals.
Keep lengths to within 5 mils of each other.
Length matching must be near the location of mismatch.
Each pair must be separated at least by 3 times the signal trace width.
The use of bends in differential traces must be kept to a minimum. When bends are used, the number of left
and right bends must be as equal as possible and the angle of the bend must be ≥ 135 degrees. This
arrangement minimizes any length mismatch caused by the bends and therefore minimizes the impact that
bends have on EMI.
Route all differential pairs on the same of layer.
The number of vias must be kept to a minimum. It is recommended to keep the via count to 2 or less.
Keep traces on layers adjacent to ground plane.
Do NOT route differential pairs over any plane split.
Adding Test points will cause impedance discontinuity and will therefore negatively impact signal
performance. If test points are used, they must be placed in series and symmetrically. They must not be
placed in a manner that causes a stub on the differential pair.
11.1.3 Ground
TI recommends that only one board ground plane be used in the design. This provides the best image plane for
signal traces running above the plane. The thermal pad of the SN65DSI85 must be connected to this plane with
vias.
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11.2 Layout Example
Purple traces on
this side are LVDS
ChB signals.
Purple traces on
this side are DSI
ChA signals.
Green traces on
this side are LVDS
ChA signals.
Green traces on
this side are LVDS
ChB signals.
Green - Top Layer, Purple - Layer 3, Blue - Bottom Layer
Figure 21. SN65DSI85 Layout Example
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12.4 Electrostatic Discharge Caution
These devices have limited built-in ESD protection. The leads should be shorted together or the device placed in conductive foam
during storage or handling to prevent electrostatic damage to the MOS gates.
12.5 Glossary
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This glossary lists and explains terms, acronyms, and definitions.
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PACKAGING INFORMATION
Orderable Device
Status
(1)
SN65DSI85ZQER
ACTIVE
Package Type Package Pins Package
Drawing
Qty
BGA
MICROSTAR
JUNIOR
ZQE
64
2500
Eco Plan
Lead/Ball Finish
MSL Peak Temp
(2)
(6)
(3)
Green (RoHS
& no Sb/Br)
SNAGCU
Level-3-260C-168 HR
Op Temp (°C)
Device Marking
(4/5)
-40 to 85
DSI85
(1)
The marketing status values are defined as follows:
ACTIVE: Product device recommended for new designs.
LIFEBUY: TI has announced that the device will be discontinued, and a lifetime-buy period is in effect.
NRND: Not recommended for new designs. Device is in production to support existing customers, but TI does not recommend using this part in a new design.
PREVIEW: Device has been announced but is not in production. Samples may or may not be available.
OBSOLETE: TI has discontinued the production of the device.
(2)
RoHS: TI defines "RoHS" to mean semiconductor products that are compliant with the current EU RoHS requirements for all 10 RoHS substances, including the requirement that RoHS substance
do not exceed 0.1% by weight in homogeneous materials. Where designed to be soldered at high temperatures, "RoHS" products are suitable for use in specified lead-free processes. TI may
reference these types of products as "Pb-Free".
RoHS Exempt: TI defines "RoHS Exempt" to mean products that contain lead but are compliant with EU RoHS pursuant to a specific EU RoHS exemption.
Green: TI defines "Green" to mean the content of Chlorine (Cl) and Bromine (Br) based flame retardants meet JS709B low halogen requirements of <=1000ppm threshold. Antimony trioxide based
flame retardants must also meet the <=1000ppm threshold requirement.
(3)
MSL, Peak Temp. - The Moisture Sensitivity Level rating according to the JEDEC industry standard classifications, and peak solder temperature.
(4)
There may be additional marking, which relates to the logo, the lot trace code information, or the environmental category on the device.
(5)
Multiple Device Markings will be inside parentheses. Only one Device Marking contained in parentheses and separated by a "~" will appear on a device. If a line is indented then it is a continuation
of the previous line and the two combined represent the entire Device Marking for that device.
(6)
Lead/Ball Finish - Orderable Devices may have multiple material finish options. Finish options are separated by a vertical ruled line. Lead/Ball Finish values may wrap to two lines if the finish
value exceeds the maximum column width.
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Samples
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OTHER QUALIFIED VERSIONS OF SN65DSI85 :
• Automotive: SN65DSI85-Q1
NOTE: Qualified Version Definitions:
• Automotive - Q100 devices qualified for high-reliability automotive applications targeting zero defects
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PACKAGE MATERIALS INFORMATION
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TAPE AND REEL INFORMATION
*All dimensions are nominal
Device
SN65DSI85ZQER
Package Package Pins
Type Drawing
BGA MI
CROSTA
R JUNI
OR
ZQE
64
SPQ
Reel
Reel
A0
Diameter Width (mm)
(mm) W1 (mm)
2500
330.0
12.4
Pack Materials-Page 1
5.3
B0
(mm)
K0
(mm)
P1
(mm)
5.3
1.5
8.0
W
Pin1
(mm) Quadrant
12.0
Q1
PACKAGE MATERIALS INFORMATION
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*All dimensions are nominal
Device
Package Type
Package Drawing
Pins
SPQ
Length (mm)
Width (mm)
Height (mm)
SN65DSI85ZQER
BGA MICROSTAR
JUNIOR
ZQE
64
2500
336.6
336.6
31.8
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