900 Mbps MIPI D-PHY runs on Lattice’s FPGAs

October 27, 2015 // By Graham Prophet
For the MachXO3 family of devices, the latest version of the Lattice Diamond design tool enables enhanced bridging applications; bridging of image sensors and displays using MIPI D-PHY, CSI-2 or DSI interfaces at up to 900 Mbps per lane.

Lattice Diamond design software is a complete suite of FPGA design tools; its latest release, version 3.6, will enable MachXO3 users to design more powerful yet low power, small form factor FGPA bridging and I/O expansion solutions. MachXO3L and MachXO3LF devices can now be used for bridging HD (1920 x 1080 @ 60 fps) and WQHD (2560 x 1440 @ 60 fps) displays as well as 4K @ 60 fps with a wide variety of image sensors and processors. The MachXO3 family is available in Wafer Level Chip-scale packages (0.4mm ball pitch) and Flip-chip-BGA (csfBGA package 0.5mm Ball pitch) that are ideal for high performance, small form-factor applications.

Lattice Semiconductor; www.latticesemi.com