Thursday, March 21, 2013

QuickLogic's ArcticLink III VX6 supports embedded and external displays from single processor display output

USA: QuickLogic Corp., the innovator in low-power Customer Specific Standard Products (CSSPs), announced the immediate availability of its new ArcticLink III VX6 solution platform device.

This product integrates QuickLogic's Visual Enhancement Engine (VEE) and Display Power Optimizer (DPO) technologies along with LVDS, MIPI, and RGB interfaces into a single chip bridging and connectivity solution for consumer mobile devices. This enables developers to easily integrate a secondary HDMI and/or MHL video output into systems initially designed to support a single, on-board display.

The VX6BxG is optimized for tablet architecture, offering system designers a solution that bridges the MIPI output of the AP to an LVDS interface for the on-board display, while outputting the same display content to the RGB or MIPI interface of the MHL/HDMI transmitter. This approach eliminates the need for inefficient, multi-chip architectures or the need to upgrade to a more expensive application processor which supports two simultaneous display interfaces.

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