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MIPI bridging DSI-2 and CSI-2 Interfaces with an FPGA

MIPI bridging DSI-2 and CSI-2 Interfaces with an FPGA
by Don Dingee on 12-19-2022 at 6:00 am

MIPI specification chart, courtesy MIPI Alliance

We’re so spoiled by 4K and 8K and frame rates of 120 Hz or higher video content on high-performance devices that now, many of us expect these higher resolutions and rates on even small devices. The necessary interfaces exist in MIPI Display Serial Interface 2 (DSI-2) and Camera Serial Interface 2 (CSI-2). The challenge is these interfaces… Read More


MIPI in the Car – Transport From Sensors to Compute

MIPI in the Car – Transport From Sensors to Compute
by Bernard Murphy on 11-09-2022 at 6:00 am

NXP Camera subsystem min

I’ve written on and off about sensors, ML inference of the output of those sensors and the application of both in modern cars. Neither ADAS nor autonomous/semi-autonomous driving would be possible without these. But until now I have never covered the transport between sensors and the compute that safely turns what they produce… Read More


A MIPI CSI-2/MIPI D-PHY Solution for AI Edge Devices

A MIPI CSI-2/MIPI D-PHY Solution for AI Edge Devices
by Kalar Rajendiran on 11-15-2021 at 6:00 am

Tradeoffs Edge vs Cloud

In late September, the MIPI Alliance held their DevCon conference as a virtual event. There were several excellent presentations at the conference. One of those was titled “A MIPI CSI-2/MIPI D-PHY Solution for AI Edge Devices” by Ashraf Takla of Mixel. Looking at the daily volume of technology news about applications moving to… Read More


FD-SOI Offers Refreshing Performance and Flexibility for Mobile Applications

FD-SOI Offers Refreshing Performance and Flexibility for Mobile Applications
by Tom Simon on 02-25-2021 at 10:00 am

FD SOI Advantages

SoC designers often have to make a, “red pill or blue pill,” decision when it comes to selecting process technology. Usually, a choice has to be made between performance, power and area, with one being prioritized at the expense of the others. However, as is pointed out in a recent paper by Mixel and NXP, designers can have the best … Read More


New Processor Helps Move Inference to the Edge

New Processor Helps Move Inference to the Edge
by Tom Simon on 08-10-2020 at 10:00 am

MIPI IP from Mixel

Many of the most compelling applications for Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) are found on mobile devices and when looking at the market size in that arena, it is clear that this is an attractive segment. Because of this, we can expect to see many consumer devices having low power requirements at the edge with… Read More


Mixel Makes Major Move on MIPI D-PHY v2.5

Mixel Makes Major Move on MIPI D-PHY v2.5
by Tom Simon on 01-09-2020 at 10:00 am

D PHY Arcitecure

The MIPI Alliance has been running hard since 2003 to stay on top of the changes in the mobile industry. MIPI now has 250 member companies and 12 active working groups, all focused on creating standards for connecting the building blocks in mobile systems. MIPI based interfaces are now used in cars, drones, IoT devices, and of course… Read More


MIPI gaining traction in vehicle ADAS and ADS

MIPI gaining traction in vehicle ADAS and ADS
by Tom Simon on 11-21-2019 at 10:00 am

I am old enough to remember when cars did not come with air conditioning unless you purchased it as an option. Of course, now you can’t even find a car that doesn’t come with air conditioning. So, it goes with Advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS). They are becoming more and more common and will certainly become baseline features… Read More