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MIPI DevCon 2016: Specifications Roadmap - The Wires for Wireless

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Rick Wietfeldt, chairman of MIPI Alliance's technical steering group, provides a look at the body of mobile interface specifications introduced to date, as well as a look at what's in development now.

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MIPI DevCon 2016: Specifications Roadmap - The Wires for Wireless

  1. 1. MIPI Alliance Specifications Roadmap: The Wires for Wireless Rick Wietfeldt, Ph.D. Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. Chairman, Technical Steering Group, MIPI Alliance Inc.
  2. 2. Agenda • Introduc)on • MIPI and the Mobile G’s … 2003-2016+ … • Roadmap to Tomorrow … More mobile; IOT, auto … • Conclusion 2
  3. 3. MIPI Alliance 2003-2016 3 Sophia-An?polis Amsterdam Dallas Paris London San Francisco Osaka Helsinki Montreal Seoul Phoenix Brussels Hong Kong Miami Las Vegas Prague Lisbon San Diego Athens Frankfurt Chicago Vancouver Berlin Bangkok Warsaw Toronto Budapest Shanghai Hawaii Copenhagen Barcelona Taipei SeaSle New Orleans 2013 mee)ngs and MIPI Alliance forma)on
  4. 4. MIPI Technical Steering Group (TSG) •  The TSG serves as the steward and guiding influence for specification work within the MIPI Alliance. •  TSG defines and maintains the MIPI Technology Roadmap, tracking future work for each specification, and introducing new interfaces/technology into the Roadmap. •  TSG now works with newly formed Marketing Steering Group (MSG), driving coordination across all WGs; and both report to the Board of Directors. 4
  5. 5. Mobile Terminal Evolution and MIPI Formation 5 2020 5G ++ 4G (all-IP & more bands) 3G (mobile broadband) 2G (digital & data) 1G (analog) 10G 10M 1M 10k Approximate wireless speeds in bps 1G 100M 100k First 2G (GPRS,1xRTT) Phone MIPI Alliance Forms First Camera Phone 2015 2010 2005 2000 1995 1990
  6. 6. MIPI Interface Evolution with the Mobile Gs 6 1 2 3 4
  7. 7. MIPI and Mobile G evolution vectors 7 I. Wireless Technology Evolu?on II. User Experience Evolu?on MIPI Spec Groups: IPC: Inter Process Communica?ons; C & D: Control & Data; MM: Mul?media; D & T: Debug & Trace [1] Other industry standard IPC interfaces include: USB HSIC, USB3, PCIe [2] The predecessor of UFS is e.MMC that con?nues selec?ve industry use Common
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  9. 9. 9 MIPI Specifica-ons Framework Mul?media Chip-to-Chip (M-PHY) Inter Process Communica?ons Debug & Trace Control & Data
  10. 10. 10 MIPI Spec Framework and Key Specs •  CSI (camera) •  DSI (display) •  SLIMbus/ SoundWire (audio) •  UniPro (UFS) •  RFFE •  I3C •  VGI (Virtual GPIO) 10 Chip-to-chip IPC•  UniPro (UniPort-M) •  LLI Updated Spec Brand New Spec (2016) Mul?media Chip-to-Chip (M-PHY) Inter Process Communica?ons Debug & Trace Control & Data •  GbD IP Sockets •  NIDnT •  HTI •  SyS-T (software)
  11. 11. 11 MIPI Specifications: Protocol Layering (1) Mul$media Chip-to-Chip
  12. 12. 12 MIPI Specifications: Protocol Layering (2) Control & Data
  13. 13. 13 MIPI Interface Development Pillars
  14. 14. Product Developer Choices 14 PHY AP-Centric Networked (UniPort-M) D-PHY M-PHY C-PHY
  15. 15. 15 •  Many MIPI Interfaces are used today in Automo?ve – including Mul?media, Storage, Sensor, and Wireless connec?vity (WWAN, WLAN, GNSS, BT, NFC) •  MIPI Interfaces may be fed to a Bridge device for transport on longer distances
  16. 16. MIPI Roadmap to Tomorrow •  Continued focus on mobile terminal interfaces to 5G •  I: Wireless Technology; II. Multimedia •  Increased focus on leveraging MIPI Interfaces for use in mobile-influenced Markets •  IOT, Automotive, Industrial •  Examples: •  Extended Lengths for longer reach applications •  PHY, RFFE, I3C •  Lower RFFE latency for (Pre)5G wireless •  Lower speed Modem interface (VGI) •  I3C for touch and control applications 16
  17. 17. Conclusion •  Footprint… MIPI is now in every smartphone, and soon in every phone (i.e. including featurephone ! smartphone) •  Expanding… Rapidly expanding into mobile-influenced markets as mobile SOC manufacturers and OEMs leverage (reuse) their interface IP assets •  New “terminals”: Wearables, VR, Drones, Connected Vehicles •  Optimizing… With assistance from new industry members and developers, evolving specs to address specific requirements of the mobile-influenced markets 17
  18. 18. DevCon Topics General •  MIPI in Automo?ve… •  MIPI Beyond Mobile – industrial Computer-on-Module… Low-speed Interfaces •  Developer’s Guide to MIPI I3C Implementa?on… •  I3C High Data Rate Modes… •  MIPI Mobile Touch… •  Verifica?on of MIPI SoundWire… •  Mobile system GPIO minimiza?on using Virtual GPIO Interface… High-speed Interfaces •  Impact of Higher Data Rate Requirements on MIPI CSI & DSI… •  CSI-2 for Vision and Sensor Fusion… •  CSI-2 Camera Aggrega?on in FPGAs… •  D-PHY Test and Measurement… •  C-PHY from Theory to Prac?cal Implementa?on… •  MIPI Debug Specs Help to Develop System Sohware… Many others… 18
  19. 19. Thank You

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