TOKYO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) today announced the launch of “TC358840XBG”, the industry’s first1 interface bridge IC that converts 4K ultra HD video stream from HDMI® to MIPI® CSI-2 without compression and deterioration. Sample shipments will start in April, with mass production scheduled to start in September, 2014.
The new IC splits 4K ultra HD (3840 x 2160) video stream into the left and right images, and outputs from dual MIPI® CSI-2 interfaces. It supports conversion of high resolution 4K ultra HD video at 30 fps, contributing to high quality video processing.
The IC also supports conversion of HDMI® audio input stream to I2S, TDM, or MIPI SLIMbus® (Serial Low-power Inter-chip Media Bus), allowing use in a wide range of applications.
HDMI® 1.4 RX support
- 4K Ultra HD (3840x2160) @30fps (RGB, YCbCr444:24bpp, YCbCr422: 24bpp)
- HDCP 1.3
- 3D support
- Availability of any of the three audio interfaces: I2S, TDM or SLIMbus® (Serial Low-power Inter-chip Media Bus)
- Maximum 1Gbps/lane link speed MIPI® CSI-2 interface
- Maximum 297MHz HDMI® clock speed
Set top boxes, smart TVs, smart monitors, and digital media adapters
|Output Video Interface||Dual interfaces of MIPI® CSI-2 4 lanes (Up to 1Gbps/lane)|
|Output Audio Interface||I2S, TDM, MIPI SLIMbus®|
FBGA80 (7mm×7mm, 0.65mm pitch)
1. As of March 17, 2014. Survey by Toshiba Corporation.
* HDMI is a registered trademark of HDMI Licensing, LLC in the United
States and/or other countries.
* MIPI and SLIMbus are registered trademarks of MIPI Alliance, Inc.
* All other trademarks and trade names are properties of their respective owners.
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