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David5
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About MIPI SoundWire & SLIMBus

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We are trying to find some solution about MIPI SoundWire & SLIMBus.

But at Xilinx's website, there is no information about it.

 Is there any suggestion?

Can Xilinx device GPIO be compatible with the specification?

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karnanl
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Registered: ‎03-30-2016

Hello @David5 

>We are trying to find some solution about MIPI SoundWire & SLIMBus.
>But at Xilinx's website, there is no information about it.

Yes, your understanding is correct.
At this point, Xilinx does not offer MIPI SoundWire/SLIMbus solution.

>Can Xilinx device GPIO be compatible with the specification?

Most Xilinx device can support 1.2V 1.8V singe ended , bidirectional I/O, so perhaps SoundWire/SLIMbus is implementable, but I am afraid you need to check each device's datasheet yourself.
To be honest I am not familiar with these spec, so not sure if all electrical characteristic, timing budget can be met.

Regards
Leo


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karnanl
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Registered: ‎03-30-2016

Hello @David5 

>We are trying to find some solution about MIPI SoundWire & SLIMBus.
>But at Xilinx's website, there is no information about it.

Yes, your understanding is correct.
At this point, Xilinx does not offer MIPI SoundWire/SLIMbus solution.

>Can Xilinx device GPIO be compatible with the specification?

Most Xilinx device can support 1.2V 1.8V singe ended , bidirectional I/O, so perhaps SoundWire/SLIMbus is implementable, but I am afraid you need to check each device's datasheet yourself.
To be honest I am not familiar with these spec, so not sure if all electrical characteristic, timing budget can be met.

Regards
Leo


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