ETA= When it's done
max resolution supported by the LVDS transmitter is QXGA = 2048×1536pixels.
BGA package ... Easy to solder in a reflow ovenRaquena wrote: ↑Thu Feb 20, 2020 12:11 pmHello guys,
I've found a quite interesting IC for dual LVDS interface.
It seems to have the same functionality as the DS90, at lower cost and smaller footprint.
The problem: The footprint is so small that isn't suitable for regular cheapo PCB manufacturers...
https://datasheet.lcsc.com/szlcsc/1912 ... 410488.pdf
What do you think about it ?
???Raquena wrote: ↑Thu Feb 20, 2020 12:19 pmHello again,
I just forgot to ask something else...
There are some screens using two clock differential pairs, some other only use one.
As far as I understood, the ones with two differential pairs are older, and the newer ones are using only one.
To keep backwards compatibility, the DS90C387 has both of them available.
If you only use one of them, the second one is left unconnected, right? (have read somewhere at the datasheet)
When using only one clock differential pair, does require a different DS90C387 pin configuration ???
is that what the DUAL pin is for ???
Sorry for the questions that may be trivial for some.