The folks from Digital Blocks
specialize in creating silicon-proven semiconductor Intellectually Property (IP) soft cores for system-on-chip (SoC) ASIC, ASSP, & FPGA developers with Embedded Processor and Peripherals, Networking, Display Controller, Display Link Layer, 2D Graphics, and Audio / Video processing requirements.
They've just announced their DB9000AXI-QFHD LCD Controller IP Core. The DB9000AXI-QFHD is a synthesizable Verilog IP Core targeting 3840 x 2160 QFHD LCD panels in QFHD-TV, Signage, Gaming, Broadcasting, Aerospace / Defense, Medical, & Industrial applications.
The DB9000AXI-QFHD LCD Controller IP Core contains the following features for QFHD panels:
- A Video Acquisition Engine of up to 17 video / graphics pixel processing streams with alpha blending
- AMBA AXI3 / AXI4 on-chip interconnect for connection to high bandwidth frame buffer memory, with an ARM host processor
- Output Formatter with the capability to drive the requirements of high-bandwidth QFHD panel interfaces
- Interface to LVDS, HDMI, DVI, & DisplayPort Transmitters
to see a more detailed description including block diagrams and an extensive list of facts and features.Price and availability
The DB9000AXI-QFHD is available immediately in synthesizable Verilog, along with a simulation test bench with expected results, datasheet, and user manual. For further information, product evaluation, or pricing, please visit Digital Blocks at www.digitalblocks.com DB9000 family of TFT LCD controllers
The DB9000 family of TFT LCD Controllers supports a variety LCD panel resolutions, color depths, and bus interfaces to frame buffer memory and processors. Please consult the Digital Blocks Website
for a complete listing.
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