FPD-LINK Transmitter

Convert Pixel Data Streams to an FPD-LINK Video Stream

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Due to the higher demand for better displays, bridging applications has become increasingly popular. One very common application interface is the Flat Panel Display Link (FPD-LINK) interface. The Low Voltage Differential Signaling (LVDS) standard is commonly used for high-speed differential interface in consumer devices, industrial control, medical and automotive. The LVDS interface offers low voltage, low power and improved signal integrity advantages over single-ended technology. Applications such as Channel Link, FPD-Link, and Camera Link use LVDS interface for physical layer.

7:1 LVDS interface is a popular standard for source synchronous interfaces which consist of multiple data bits and clocks. Typically, 1 channel of 7:1 LVDS interface consists of 5 LVDS pairs (1 clock, 4 data) depending on the data type it supports.

Lattice’s OpenLDI/FPD-LINK/LVDS Transmitter Interface IP translates DSI video streams such as MIPI DSI Display Interface and others to LVDS interface for an FDP-Link connection to displays.


  • Compliant with Open LVDS Display Interface (OpenLDI) v0.95 specifications
  • Transmits in OpenLDI unbalanced operating mode format
  • Supports RGB888 and RGB666 video formats
  • Supports transmitting in Dual Channel Flat Panel Display Link Protocol (7:1 LVDS)
  • Supports 3-4 LVDS data lanes per channel

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OpenLDI/FPD-LINK/LVDS Transmitter Interface IP - Lattice Radiant Software
FPGA-IPUG-02117 1.0 8/20/2020 PDF 1.5 MB
OpenLDI/FPD-LINK/LVDS Transmitter Interface IP
FPGA-IPUG-02022 1.2 12/16/2020 PDF 2.1 MB

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