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DS90UR905/906 FPD-Link II Automotive Display SerDes

Introduction to TI's DS90UR905/906 FPD-Link II automotive-qualified display interface SerDes for 24-bit color depth, higher resolution displays. Features include: * 24-bit color plus video control at 5 ? 65 MHz pixel clock * Supports WQVGA to XGA resolutions * Drives 10+ meters cable * EMI mitigation including spread spectrum clocking * At-speed built in self test (BIST) * Backward compatible with older TI SerDes * Optional I2C control bus * RGB888 + VS, HS, DE support * Power down mode minimizes power dissipation * 1.8V or 3.3V compatible LVCMOS I/O interface * AEC-Q100 Grade 2 qualified * >8 kV HBM and ISO 10605 ESD Rating * Randomizer/Scrambler ? DC-balanced data stream * Selectable output VOD and adjustable de-emphasis * FAST random data lock; no reference clock required * Adjustable input receiver equalization * LOCK (real time link status) reporting pin * EMI minimization on output parallel bus (SSCG) * Output reduced drive strength (RDS)

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