QuickLogic Corporation today announced that its ArcticLink® III BX family of display interface bridging devices is readily available to implement bridge solutions for new and existing products.
With eleven distinct variations, the ArcticLink III BX family supports mobile handheld device display standards of RGB, MIPI DSI (both two and four lane), and LVDS at up to WUXGA (1920 x 1200) resolutions. The family provides ultra-low power and display bridging solutions across a wide range of applications including mobile consumer devices, medical applications, and industrial IoT. Brian Faith, chief executive officer at QuickLogic said:
“The worldwide COVID-19 pandemic has created numerous semiconductor supply issues across the industry. One area which seems to be particularly affected is display bridging applications.”
“Fortunately, we have been able to manage our own supply chain effectively and as a result are in a strong position to help customers meet their display bridging needs with our ultra-low power and highly flexible ArcticLink III BX platform and are seeing strong interest for solutions we can fulfill with very reasonable lead times.”
The ArcticLink III BX family supports MIPI-DSI or RGB inputs as well as MIPI-DSI, LVDS, and/or RGB outputs in single bridge or dual-output configurations. Small (4.5mm x 4.5mm) package sizes require little board space and the family features ultra-low power consumption.
The QuickLogic ArcticLink III BX Display Bridge FPGAs are available in volume production quantities now.