We're in the final stages of a project and connecting a display is giving us a bit of grief.
Our original prototype used a Sharp LS055R1SX04 as the display which was driven by a generic HDMI to 50 Pin MIPI LCD driver board that came with it. We were using the Raspberry Pi Zero W as our test platform. This worked ok for a proof of concept but could not be put into production due to RF emissions from the LCD driver board.
We are now developing a version 2 which incorporates a CM3+ onto a custom carrier board and we're in the validating stage to find out how we're going to interface everything. From researching, it seems HDMI is the simplest way to go, but making the circuit to drive the panel doesn't seem all that straight forward and I'm wondering if there is a better way.
Has anyone had experience in using a 3rd party display like the Sharp screen with the Compute Module?
If so, what was your method to interface them?
Or is it not a simple thing to implement and I should search for another plan for the display?
Thank you in advance!