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MAX96724

Quad Tunneling GMSL2/1 to CSI-2 Deserializer

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Smallest 4-Input GMSL Deserializer Supports up to 8MP Imagers

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Part Details
Part Models 2
1ku List Price Starting From $15.68
Features
  • Automotive Grade High Speed Link
    • -21.0dB at 3.0GHz (6Gbps) Max Insertion Loss
    • -19.5dB at 1.5GHz (3Gbps) Max Insertion Loss
    • Auto Adapt for Changes in Channel Conditions
    • Operates at -40°C to +105°C Ambient
  • Quad Independently Configurable GMSL Inputs
    • 6/3Gbps GMSL2 and 3.12Gbps GMSL1 Link-Rates
    • 187.5Mbps/1Mbps (GMSL2/1) Reverse Link-Rates
    • Support for Mixed GMSL2/1 Pixel and Tunnel Inputs
  • 2x4 or 4x2 Lane MIPI CSI-2 v1.3 Outputs
    • MIPI D-PHY v1.2 Rated at 2.5Gbps/Lane
    • C-PHY v1.0 Rated at 5.7Gbps/Lane
    • Aggregation and Replication Functions
    • 16/32 Virtual channel support for D-PHY/C-PHY
  • Auto D-PHY (Imager) to C-PHY (SoC) Conversion
  • Reference over Reverse (RoR) Clocking
  • Bidirectional Reverse Channel Supports
    • 9 x Configurable GPIOs
    • 2 x I2C Ports, up to 1Mbps
  • ASIL-B Compliant (MAX96724/F)
  • Ease of Use Features
  • Reduce BOM and Space Savings
    • Small 8x8mm TQFN Standard and Side-Wettable
    • Industry's Smallest Power-over-Coax (PoC)
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The MAX96724/F/R deserializer converts four GMSL2/1 inputs to 1, 2, or 4 MIPI D-PHY or C-PHY outputs. The device allows simultaneous transmit bidirectional transmissions over 50Ω coax or 100Ω STP cables that meet the GMSL channel specification. Contact the factory for the GMSL supporting collateral.

Up to four remotely located sensors can be supported using industry-standard coax or STP interconnects. Each GMSL2 serial link operates at a fixed rate of 3Gbps or 6Gbps in the forward direction and 187.5Mbps in the reverse direction. The MAX96724/F/R supports both aggregation and replication of video data, enabling streams from multiple remotely located sensors to be combined and routed to one or more of the available CSI-2 outputs.

Table 1. Typical Maximum Cable Length
  3.2mm Ø 50Ω Coax, Foam Dielectric 2.7mm Ø 50Ω Coax, Solid Dielectric 100Ω Shielded Twisted Pair, AWG26
Attenuation at 3GHz (Typ, Room Temp) 0.9dB/m 1.6dB/m 1.8dB/m
Attenuation at 3GHz (Max, Aged, +105°C) 1.1dB/m 2.0dB/m 2.2dB/m
GMSL Fwd/Rev Data Rate Typical Maximum Cable Length at +105°C (m)
3Gbps/187.5Mbps 20 10 11
6Gbps/187.5Mbps 15 9 8

APPLICATIONS

  • High-Resolution Camera Systems
  • Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
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Software & Part Ecosystem

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Evaluation Kit

Evaluation Kits 3

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AD-GMSLCAMRPI-ADP#

GMSL EV Kit Adapter Board

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AD-GMSLCAMRPI-ADP#

GMSL EV Kit Adapter Board

GMSL EV Kit Adapter Board

Features and Benefits

  • Allows utilization of GMSL serializer EV kits with a wide range of cameras having 15-pin or 22-pin ribbon cable connectors such as the RPI Camera
  • Allows utilization of GMSL deserializer EV kits with various processing platforms supporting the 15-pin or 22-pin ribbon cable camera connector, such as the Raspberry Pi or the Nvidia development platforms

Product Detail

The AD-GMSLCAMRPI-ADP# enables connecting GMSL serializer and deserializer EV kits to a wide range of cameras and processing platforms supporting industry standard ribbon cable connectors. The adapter consists of three sections that can be broken apart from each other, having with the following functionalities:

  • Two ribbon cable adapters containing a 15-pin and a 22-pin connector routed to each other. The 15-pin connector supports 2 MIPI lanes, while the 22-pin connector supports 4 MIPI lanes.
  • A GMSL serializer EV kit adapter with two 22-pin ribbon cable connectors, for connecting cameras to either of the input MIPI ports of the GMSL serializers
  • A GMSL deserializer EV kit adapter with a22-pin ribbon cable connector connected to each of the output MIPI ports, for connecting to Raspberry Pi and Nvidia development platforms, or other processing platform supporting the 15-pin or 22-pin ribbon cable connector. A USB Type-A connector is available to supply 5V @ 4A.

For a detailed look at all GMSL-2 features, including information on how to use the parts, see the newest GMSL-2 User Guide found in Analog Devices’ GMSL customer portal folder. For more information on how to design customized hardware with GMSL2 devices, see the newest GMSL2 Hardware Design Guide in Analog Devices’ GMSL customer portal folder. Finally, in the similar folders, evkit documentation and guides can be found.

APPLICATIONS

  • High-Resolution Camera Systems
  • Autonomous Guided Vehicles
  • Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
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MAX96724/F/R EVKIT

Evaluation Kit for the MAX96724, MAX96724F and MAX96724R

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MAX96724/F/R EVKIT

Evaluation Kit for the MAX96724, MAX96724F and MAX96724R

Evaluation Kit for the MAX96724, MAX96724F and MAX96724R

Features and Benefits

  • The MAX96724 Deserializer Accepts GMSL Data from the Serializers and Converts it into MIPI CSI-2.
    • Backward-Compatible to Accept GMSL-1 Serial Data
    • Quad Inputs can Mix and Match GMSL-1 and GMSL-2
    • Outputs are Compliant to MIPI D-PHY v1.2 and CSI-2 v1.3 Specifications
  • Windows 10® or Higher Compatible Software Support
  • USB-Controlled Interface (Cable Included)
  • Powerful, Simple-to-Use GUI for Comprehensive Device Feature Evaluation
  • Board Powered by USB, 12V Wall Adapter, or External Power Supply
  • Proven PCB Layout
  • Fully Assembled and Tested

Product Detail

The MAX96724 DPHY evaluation kit (EV kit) provides a proven design and reliable platform to evaluate the MAX96724, MAX96724F, and MAX96724R devices using standard FAKRA coaxial cables or a MATE-AX cable. These deserializer devices support high-bandwidth, gigabit multimedia serial links (GMSL-1 or GMSL-2) and offer spread spectrum and full-duplex control channel features. The EV kit includes a simple-to-use Windows 10® or higher compatible graphical user interface (GUI) to exercise device features. The EV kit comes with a MAX96724, MAX96724F, or MAX96724R IC installed on board.

For complete GMSL-2 evaluation using standard FAKRA coax cables, order the MAX96724 coax EV kit along with a companion serializer board, such as the MAX9295A coax EV kit. For a detailed look at all GMSL-2 features, including information on how to use the parts, see the newest GMSL-2 User Guide found in Analog Devices’ GMSL customer portal folder. For more information on how to design customized hardware with GMSL2 devices, see the newest GMSL2 Hardware Design Guide in Analog Devices’ GMSL customer portal folder.

APPLICATIONS

  • High-Resolution Camera Systems
  • Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS)
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AD-GMSL2ETH-SL

FPGA-based 8x GMSL to 10 Gb Ethernet Adapter

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AD-GMSL2ETH-SL

FPGA-based 8x GMSL to 10 Gb Ethernet Adapter

FPGA-based 8x GMSL to 10 Gb Ethernet Adapter

Features and Benefits

  • Edge compute platform for machine vision and real-time sensor fusion for autonomous robots and vehicles applications
  • 8 x GMSL2 camera interfaces with up to 6 Gbps/channel
  • 10 Gbps SFP+ Ethernet interface
  • IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol for synchronization with host systems and other edge devices
  • Advanced embedded processing capabilities
  • ROS2 compliant
  • Embedded GUI for ease of integration
  • Advanced camera triggering functions and control features
  • Open-source software stack and FPGA design to enable custom applications development

Product Detail

The AD-GMSL2ETH-SL is an edge compute platform enabling low-latency data transfer from eight Gigabit Multimedia Serial Link™ (GMSL) interfaces on to a 10 Gb Ethernet link. The target applications include autonomous robots and vehicles where machine vision and real-time sensor fusion is critical.

The system includes two MAX96724 Quad Tunneling GMSL2/1 to CSI-2 Deserializers, enabling connectivity to eight GMSL cameras. The video data from the cameras is transferred from the MAX96724 deserializers via MIPI CSI2 interfaces to an AMD KV26 System on Module which implements the logic to aggregate the video data from all the GMSL cameras into a 10 Gb Ethernet link, so that it can be sent to a central processing unit.

The IEEE 1588 Precision Time Protocol (PTP) with hardware timestamping is supported, enabling accurate synchronization with host systems and other edge devices. The AD9545 Quad Input, 10-Output, Dual DPLL/IEEE 1588, 1 pps Synchronizer and Jitter Cleaner is used to generate the required clocks for the 10 Gb Ethernet interface and the PTP logic.

A software networking stack can be used to realize the communication over the 10 Gb Ethernet link. Since the system runs Linux tools like gstreamer can be used to send the video data to a host and remote connection into the system is possible via ssh. The software network stack has limitations in terms of the maximum achievable transfer rate, and for this reason there is also the option to have an FPGA accelerated UDP or TCP implementation with Real Time Transfer (RTP) protocol for data packetization, which can get up to the maximum achievable data rate on the 10 Gb ethernet interface.

Accurate camera triggering control is achieved through dedicated FPGA logic, with configurable frequency and phase as well as selecting the trigger source between the internal logic and external signals.

Sixteen (16) general purpose I/O pins are available with software configurable functionality, operating at 3.3 V voltage level. A RS232 dedicated interface can be used to connect UART peripherals such as GNSS devices.

A web-based user interface is available for system configuration and control enabling setting various parameters for camera control and triggering, PTP, GPIOs, and visualizing system diagnostics.

The design is accompanied by an open-source software stack and FPGA design, and reference applications, enabling custom software development to start from a proven implementation.

APPLICATIONS

  • Autonomous robots and vehicles

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