9 December 2020, 08:30 AM – 09:30 AM PST
The I3C interface is expected to play a fundamental role in streamlining sensor integration in smartphones, Internet-of-Things (IoT) devices and wearables. I3C can also be used to manage complex systems as and when designers migrate to a common management transport which drastically reduces cost and latency in such complex systems while also enabling new capabilities.
The MIPI I3C Bus interface is an evolutionary specification that builds upon the legacy I2C standard. The aim is to reduce the number of physical pins used in sensor system integration, and supports low-power, high-speed digital communication typically associated with UART and SPI interfaces, so that I3C becomes a single interface combining all the capabilities of the legacy interfaces.
Designers face many implementation challenges which can be due to incorrect hardware implementation, incorrect protocol implementation and signal integrity issues. All of these need to be debugged before the design is considered final to ensure acceptance by the customers.
This webinar will provide you insights into the foundations of the following key points:
- I3C Basics
- In-Band interrupts
- HDR Capabilities
- I3C Real-world Applications
Who should attend
Design Engineers, Test Engineers, Post Silicon Validation engineers, System design engineers, Engineering managers, Application Engineers, SoC Emulation engineers, RTL Engineers, Firmware Engineers, Hardware Engineers.