The Rambus MIPI CSI-2 controller core is optimized for high performance, low power and small size. The core is fully compliant with the CSI-2 standard and implements all three layers defined therein: Pixel to Byte Packing, Low Level Protocol, and Lane Management. For automotive safety-critical applications, an ASIL-B version of the core is available and includes a Safety Manual, Design Failure Mode & Effects Analysis (DFMEA) and Failure Mode, Effects and Diagnostic Analysis (FMEDA).
Sensors drive the algorithms that interpret the data enabling ADAS driving systems. High bandwidth global shutter cameras, and low-latency, low-power radar, lidar and sonar sensors’ streaming data leverage MIPI CSI-2® technologies to meet challenging design requirements. This session will discuss how highly configurable MIPI CSI-2 based PHY and Controller sub-system solutions can be tailored to address the needs of autonomous driving. Example customer use cases will illustrate the implementation of these MIPI CSI-2 solutions.
|Protocol||Data Rate (Gbps)||Application|
|CSI-2||9.0+||Mobile, IoT, Automotive|