How to use PTN3460I slave mode

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How to use PTN3460I slave mode

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yamakatb
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I want to bridge the video of the Host PC from PTN3460I to DP to LVDS and display it on the LCD with a resolution of 1920x1080.

We are aware that there are two ways to set DPCD, especially EDID from Display Port.

Depending on the level of DEV_CFG, the I2C setting of PTN3460I can be selected as master (MSBus) or slave (DDCBus).
1. DEV_CFG: Read EDID from HIGH → AUX via I2C from the external EEPROM of PTN3460I.
2. DEV_CFG: LOW → Read EDID from the built-in flash of PTN3460I via SRAM after reset release.

I would like to set it to DEV_CFG: LOW and use the default EDID 4 of the built-in flash, but the host PC will recognize it as a resolution of 800x480.

Question
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Q1 Why is it recognized as a resolution of 800x480?

Q2 Is it okay to set the MsBus at any time?
Does it have anything to do with the 90ms period from when RST_N and PD_N become High until HPD is output?

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External terminal setting
DEV_CFG: L
CFG1: H
CFG2: L
CFG3: L
CFG4: L

Configuration register settings
Reg 0x80: 0x0B
Reg 0x84: 0x09

LCD Timing characteristics

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guoweisun
NXP TechSupport
NXP TechSupport

Q1 Why is it recognized as a resolution of 800x480?

[r]:You can try to verify EDID4 content by IIC.

Q2 Is it okay to set the MsBus at any time?

[r]PTN3460I I2C pins are not failsafe and cannot be connected to the SMBus if the
SMBus has active communications during VDD33 supply switch ON. In the application
there MUST be no MS_I2C traffic during supply rise-up

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guoweisun
NXP TechSupport
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Q1 Why is it recognized as a resolution of 800x480?

[r]:You can try to verify EDID4 content by IIC.

Q2 Is it okay to set the MsBus at any time?

[r]PTN3460I I2C pins are not failsafe and cannot be connected to the SMBus if the
SMBus has active communications during VDD33 supply switch ON. In the application
there MUST be no MS_I2C traffic during supply rise-up

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yamakatb
Contributor III

@guoweisun 

"during VDD33 supply switch ON" is the recognition after tstsrtup.
When communication was performed from SMBus after this period, it was possible to write to the register and it could be recognized by the Host PC at 1920x1080 pixels.

However, the liquid crystal has not been able to display anything yet.
When I checked the EDID reading result of the HostPC, the contents of the default EDID No. 4 were read normally.

Does this mean that EDID No 4 does not match the EDID required for my LCD?

Or is it because there is something missing in the settings in the configuration register?
Register setting (default value is adopted if not described)
|Offset| Value|
| 0x8F| 0x0C| /* PWM default bitcount:12 */
| 0x92| 0x1E| /* PWM default freq:30 */
| 0x90| 0x70| /* Register 0x90 0x91: PWM value registers */
| 0x91| 0xFF| /* Write PWM value 0x07FF to register 0x90, 0x91 */
| 0x81| 0x0B| /* Set dual LVDS channel, VESA 24 bpp (bit per pixel) */
| 0x84| 0x09| /* Emulated EDID selection:4, emulation ON, EDID is read from internal flash */

Best regards,

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guoweisun
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Firstly I think you need confirm your LCD suit for EDID4 configuration(1920 x 1080 @60Hz) or not.

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yamakatb
Contributor III

@guoweisun 

Thank you for helping.
It is solved.
Revised the LCD timing Power On sequence.

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