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  • MIPI Alliance Specifications Roadmap:

    The Wires for Wireless

    Rick Wietfeldt, Ph.D.

    Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.

    Chairman, Technical Steering Group, MIPI Alliance Inc.

  • Agenda

    Introduc)onMIPIandtheMobileGs2003-2016+RoadmaptoTomorrowMoremobile;IOT,autoConclusion

    2

  • MIPI Alliance 2003-2016

    3

    Sophia-An?polis

    Amsterdam

    Dallas

    ParisLondon

    SanFrancisco

    Osaka

    Helsinki

    Montreal

    Seoul

    Phoenix

    Brussels

    HongKongMiami

    LasVegas

    Prague

    Lisbon

    SanDiego

    Athens

    Frankfurt

    Chicago

    Vancouver

    Berlin

    Bangkok

    Warsaw

    Toronto

    Budapest

    Shanghai

    Hawaii

    Copenhagen

    Barcelona

    Taipei

    SeaSle

    NewOrleans

    2013mee)ngsandMIPIAlliance

    forma)on

  • 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

  • Mobile Terminal Evolution and MIPI Formation

    5

    2020

    5G++

    4G(all-IP&morebands)

    3G(mobilebroadband)

    2G(digital&data)

    1G(analog)

    10G

    10M

    1M

    10k App

    roximatewire

    lessspe

    edsinbps

    1G

    100M

    100k

    First2G(GPRS,1xRTT)Phone

    MIPIAllianceForms

    FirstCameraPhone

    201520102005200019951990

  • MIPI Interface Evolution with the Mobile Gs

    6

    1 2 3 4

  • MIPI and Mobile G evolution vectors

    7

    I.Wireless

    TechnologyEvolu?on

    II.User

    ExperienceEvolu?on

    MIPISpecGroups:IPC:InterProcessCommunica?ons;C&D:Control&Data;MM:Mul?media;D&T:Debug&Trace[1]OtherindustrystandardIPCinterfacesinclude:USBHSIC,USB3,PCIe[2]ThepredecessorofUFSise.MMCthatcon?nuesselec?veindustryuse

    Common

  • 8

  • 9

    MIPISpecifica-onsFramework

    Mul?media

    Chip-to-Chip(M-PHY)InterProcess

    Communica?ons

    Debug&

    Trace

    Control&

    Data

  • 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

    UpdatedSpecBrandNewSpec(2016)

    Mul?media

    Chip-to-Chip(M-PHY)InterProcess

    Communica?ons

    Debug&

    Trace

    Control&

    Data

    GbD IP Sockets NIDnT HTI SyS-T (software)

  • 11

    MIPI Specifications: Protocol Layering (1)

    Mul$media Chip-to-Chip

  • 12

    MIPI Specifications: Protocol Layering (2)

    Control&Data

  • 13

    MIPI Interface Development Pillars

  • Product Developer Choices

    14

    PHY

    AP-Centric

    Networked(UniPort-M)

    D-PHY

    M-PHY

    C-PHY

  • 15

    ManyMIPIInterfacesareusedtodayinAutomo?veincludingMul?media,Storage,Sensor,andWirelessconnec?vity(WWAN,WLAN,GNSS,BT,NFC)

    MIPIInterfacesmaybefedtoaBridgedevicefortransportonlongerdistances

  • 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

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  • 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

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  • DevCon Topics General MIPIinAutomo?ve MIPIBeyondMobileindustrialComputer-on-Module

    Low-speedInterfaces DevelopersGuidetoMIPII3CImplementa?on I3CHighDataRateModes MIPIMobileTouch Verifica?onofMIPISoundWire MobilesystemGPIOminimiza?onusingVirtualGPIOInterface

    High-speedInterfaces ImpactofHigherDataRateRequirementsonMIPICSI&DSI CSI-2forVisionandSensorFusion CSI-2CameraAggrega?oninFPGAs D-PHYTestandMeasurement C-PHYfromTheorytoPrac?calImplementa?on MIPIDebugSpecsHelptoDevelopSystemSohware

    Manyothers

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  • Thank You