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New Use Cases and Advantages of MIPI Specifications in Mobile, Automotive, and IoT SoCs

Original Air Date: Sep 7, 2016 Webinar
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Attend this webinar if you are designing SoCs for mobile, automotive, IoT applications; require camera, display and sensor interfaces; need to meet stringent performance and power targets. The MIPI Camera Serial Interface (CSI-2) and Display Serial Interface (DSI) are now used in new applications beyond mobile with various use cases. In this webinar, we will briefly explain each specification and their key advantages, give examples of camera and display use cases in new applications like multiple Rx and Tx image streams to create a flexible and re-usable architecture. You will also learn about MIPI's new I3C specification, its advantages for multiple sensor connectivity including image sensors. Learn how to meet your mobile, automotive and IoT design targets and required camera, display and sensor interface needs.

Attend this webinar to learn about:

  • Use cases and advantages of MIPI CSI-2, DSI specifications in mobile, automotive and IoT applications
  • The new MIPI I3C specification and its advantages for standardizing sensor connectivity
  • Meeting design targets and required camera, display and sensor interface needs
Who should attend:
SoC designers, design managers, R&D teams

Speaker

Hezi Saar, Product Marketing Manager, Synopsys

Hezi Saar is a staff product marketing manager at Synopsys and is responsible for its DesignWare HDMI, Mobile Storage and MIPI IP product lines. In addition, he co-chairs the MIPI Alliance Marketing Working Group and sits on the MIPI Alliance board. He brings more than 20 years of experience in the semiconductor and electronics industries in embedded systems.

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