LCD Interface
  AMP Display offer a a wide range of displays to meet many design challenges. How you select
the right display for your application may depend on the interface connectivity to you Host System.


AMP display interfaces include:

- Serial & parallel
- M68 system interface with 8-/ 9-/16-/18-bit bus width
- i80 system interface with 8-/ 9-/16-/18-bit bus width
- Serial Peripheral Interface (SPI)
- RGB interface with 8-/16-/18-bit bus width (VSYNC, HSYNC, DOTCLK, ENABLE, DB[17:0])
- VSYNC interface (System interface + VSYNC)
- UART

 

LVDS Technology

LVDS is short for "Low Voltage Differential Signaling" and is a high speed, low power data transmission standard. LVDS is a generic multi-purpose interface standard for high-speed low power data transmission. LVDS is standardized in the ANSI/TIA/EIA-644-1995 Electrical characteristics standard titled: "Electrical Characteristics of Low Voltage Differential Signaling (LVDS) Interface Circuits. The LVDS standard is an electrical standard only defining driver output characteristics and receiver input characteristics. Guideline is also given on bus configuration, cables, and termination. Protocol, connectors, and bus structure is not defined in this standard, as they are application dependent. It is intended that these parameters are specified by the referencing standard.



To learn more about our interface connections download our LCD Basic: Overview on Connectivity.

For more technical information and support, please contact us Support@ampdisplay.com

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