Presented by Ahmed Ella, Mixel Inc. & Jeffrey Lukanc, Synaptics
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This Synaptics and Mixel co-presentation covers Synaptics VXR7200 DisplayPort to Dual MIPI VR Bridge IC, integrating a Mixel C-PHY℠/D-PHY℠ Combo IP and controller. This is the world’s first announced product to support display applications using both MIPI C-PHY and D-PHY. The MIPI PHY supports aggregate data rate of up to 10 Gbps in the D-PHY mode, and 17.1Gbps in the C-PHY mode. The Synaptics R63455 VR Display Driver IC is a companion chip that drives displays using special VR display timing modes. The Synaptics IC is optimized for VR, AR, and MR dual displays headsets with resolutions up to 3Kx3K @ 120Hz with DSC compression. The MIPI interface can operate either in single-link mode, or dual-link mode.
The presentation covers the diagrams of the Synaptics IC and the Mixel IP and also shows silicon characterization results.
Authors: Ashraf Takla, president and CEO, Mixel, Inc. & Jeffrey A Lukanc, senior director for IoT video products, Synaptics
Ahmed Ella has been working for Mixel since 2011, where he heads Mixel's Engineering team in Egypt. Prior to that he worked at ICpedia and Mentor IP division, managing teams working on serial link products such as HDMI, USB, and Multi standard SERDES. Ella has 18 years of mixed-signal design and management experience. He holds a BSEE from Ain Shams University, and MSEE from Cairo University in Egypt.
Jeff Lukanc has worked at Synaptics for more than six years managing discrete touch and video interface product lines. Previously, he worked at IDT, managing the DisplayPort video product family, and also was director of engineering for PCI Express and MIPS SoC product lines. He has a BSEE from the University of Illinois, MSEE from SMU, and MBA from the University of St Thomas.