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{{Template:Note|'''Note:''' This page is under construction! Contribute to it by looking for MIPI-DSI panels in <code>drivers/gpu/drm/panel/</code> and filling out the data sheet}}
{{Template:Note|'''Note:''' This page is under construction! Contribute to it by looking for MIPI-DSI panels in <code>drivers/gpu/drm/panel/</code> and filling out the table from their data sheets}}
 
= MIPI-DSI Displays =


'''MIPI-DSI Displays''' are displays that follow the MIPI-DSI standard. Such displays can be connected to various PINE64 Single Board Computers.
'''MIPI-DSI Displays''' are displays that follow the MIPI-DSI standard. Such displays can be connected to various PINE64 Single Board Computers.


= MIPI Channels and Lanes =
== MIPI Channels and Lanes ==


The MIPI Lanes number is given in a format of <code>channels</code>&times;<code>lanes</code>. Before buying one, make sure that your SBC has enough channels and lanes to drive the display!
The MIPI Lanes number is given in a format of <code>channels</code>&times;<code>lanes</code>. Before buying one, make sure that your SBC has enough channels and lanes to drive the display!
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* '''SOQuartz:''' 1&times;4 + 1&times;2
* '''SOQuartz:''' 1&times;4 + 1&times;2


= Displays With Mainline Drivers =
== Displays With Mainline Drivers ==


These displays have free and open-source drivers in the main Linux kernel tree.
These displays have free and open-source drivers in the main Linux kernel tree.
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= LVDS Displays =
'''LVDS Displays''' are displays that follow the LVDS standard.
== LVDS Hardware Support ==
Only Quartz64 Model A seems to support LVDS panels.
== Displays and Timings ==
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Latest revision as of 06:18, 3 May 2022

Note: This page is under construction! Contribute to it by looking for MIPI-DSI panels in drivers/gpu/drm/panel/ and filling out the table from their data sheets

MIPI-DSI Displays

MIPI-DSI Displays are displays that follow the MIPI-DSI standard. Such displays can be connected to various PINE64 Single Board Computers.

MIPI Channels and Lanes

The MIPI Lanes number is given in a format of channels×lanes. Before buying one, make sure that your SBC has enough channels and lanes to drive the display!

  • ROCKPro64: 2×4
  • Quartz64 Model A: 1×4
  • Quartz64 Model B: 1×2
  • SOQuartz: 1×4 + 1×2

Displays With Mainline Drivers

These displays have free and open-source drivers in the main Linux kernel tree.

Manufacturer Part Number Size Resolution Panel Technology MIPI Lanes
Feiyang FY07024DI26A30-D 7.0" 1024×600 TN? 1×4
Sharp LQ101R1SX01 10.1" 2560×1600 TN? 2×4
Sharp LS060T1SX01 6.0" 1080×1920 ? 1×4

LVDS Displays

LVDS Displays are displays that follow the LVDS standard.

LVDS Hardware Support

Only Quartz64 Model A seems to support LVDS panels.

Displays and Timings

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