Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of venice/multimedia


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Timestamp:
01/19/2022 11:01:38 PM (8 months ago)
Author:
Ryan Erbstoesser
Comment:

add link to hardware venice page

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    44= Venice Multimedia Connectivity
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    6 The GW720x and GW730x boards have a 50-pin MIPI Media Connector with the following signalling:
    7  * 4-lane (4D+C) CSI (supports a maximum bitrate of 1.5Gbps on IMX8MM)
    8   - Allows for camera / video input to the SBC
    9  * 4-lane (4D+C) DSI (supports a maximum bitrate of 1.5Gbps on IMX8MM; up to 1080p60 display)
    10   - Allows for a LCD Display to be connected to the SBC
    11  * Bi-directional I2S audio
    12  * 1x I2C
    13  * 4x GPIO (can be used for enables, resets, interrupt)
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    15 The GW16136 !RaspberryPi Camera and Display Adapter connects to the GW720x and GW730x boards 50-pin MIPI Media connector and provides the following (see [https://datasheets.raspberrypi.com/rpi4/raspberry-pi-4-reduced-schematics.pdf RaspberryPi v4 schematics for details]):
    16 * 15pin Camera Interface with 2-lane MIPI CSI, 1x GPIO, 1x I2C (MX8MM I2C3)
    17  - MIPI_GPIO4 is IMX8MM GPIO1_01
    18  - Note the pin numbers on the connector silkscreen are flipped
    19 * 15pin Display Interface with 3-lane MIPI CSI, 1x I2C (MX8MM I2C3)
    20  - MIPI_GPIO3 is connected to IMX8MM GPIO4_01 via 1Kohm
    21  - MIPI_GPIO1 is connected to IMX8MM GPIO4_04 via 1Kohm
    22  - Note the pin numbers on the connector silkscreen are flipped
     6'''The GW720x and GW730x boards have a 50-pin MIPI Media Connector to support displays (LCD) and cameras. While this page is related to the software side of the MIPI connector, all hardware (pinouts, diagrams, etc) are on the [wiki:venice/mipi] page. '''
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    248== Kernel Support