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SoloX LVDS display timing parameters and inverting the pixel clock

Question asked by Scott Kerstein on Jul 10, 2015
Latest reply on Jul 12, 2015 by igorpadykov



We are trying to get an LVDS display up and running on the i.mx6SoloX, and are having trouble with two things.

    1. Regardless of timing parameters entered, linux is using 38Mhz for pixel clock which is beyond the spec of our display (480x800)
    2. The display appears to want active low clocking such that data is clocked in on the rising edge, but can’t find any way to change the SoloX LVDS Bridge to make it active low, is there a way to change the phase of the clock before the LVDS block?  I’d be really surprised if it can’t accommodate an inverted pixel clock, every display seems to do their own thing.


Thanks, in advance.