Changes between Version 19 and Version 20 of venice/mipi


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01/04/2022 11:13:58 PM (9 months ago)
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Ron Eisworth
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    2222 - I2C
    2323 - 4x GPIO
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    25 The GW16145 50-pin connector mapping is as follows:
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    27 [[Image(50pin.JPG,400px)]]
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    5348[[Image(DFR0678-1.jpg,300px)]]
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    55 === GW16145 MIPI Media Breakout board
    56 This adapter plugs into the 50-pin MIPI Media header on the Gateworks SBC. The adapter brings all the signals to a 50 pin header that allows for a cable to be connected.
     50== GW16145 MIPI Media Breakout board
     51[[Image(gw16145top.jpg,300px)]]
     52[[Image(gw16145bottom.jpg,300px)]]
     53This adapter plugs into the 50-pin MIPI Media header on the Gateworks SBC. The adapter brings all the signals to a 50 pin header that allows for a cable to be connected. Connector used on the GW16145: Hirose DF20F-50DP-1V(56).
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     55The GW16145 50-pin connector mapping is as follows:
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     57[[Image(50pin.JPG,400px)]]
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     59To make a cable that plugs into the GW16145, use Hirose DF20A-50DS-1C (Note also requires crimps)
     60 * https://www.digikey.com/en/products/detail/hirose-electric-co-ltd/DF20A-50DS-1C/679773
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    5863Additional Linux kernel driver support is required for various MIPI, I2C and I2S devices.
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    60 Connector used on the GW16145:
    61 Hirose  DF20F-50DP-1V(56)
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    63 To make a cable that plugs into the GW16145, use Hirose DF20A-50DS-1C (Note also requires crimps)
    64  * https://www.digikey.com/en/products/detail/hirose-electric-co-ltd/DF20A-50DS-1C/679773
    65 [[Image(gw16145top.jpg,300px)]]
    66 [[Image(gw16145bottom.jpg,300px)]]
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    6865 === Alternate Displays
    6966Densitron [https://www.densitron.com/products/tft-displays/mipi-tft MIPI Displays] makes several MIPI based displays with touchscreen options. Densistron can also customize the display's adapter board for volume projects to connect directly with the Venice MIPI DSI/CSI connector. Please note these screens will require software driver integration as described [#software here]