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Embedded & Multimedia

Prodigy HDMI Interface Module

Prodigy HDMI Interface Module

  • Provides a HDMI video Output and input interface.

  • Provides a I2C interface to the HDMI transmitter and receiver.

  • Provides one 1x7 Pin Header, one Pushbutton and three LEDs.

  • Supports LVCMOS 1.8V I/O standard.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.



Prodigy MIPI D-PHY Interface Module

Prodigy MIPI D-PHY Interface Module

  • Supports 4 channel MIPI D-PHY RX with Meticom MC20901.

  • Supports 4 channel MIPI D-PHY TX with Meticom MC20902.

  • Provides a I2C interface to Camera and Display.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.



Prodigy DVI Output Interface Module

Prodigy DVI Output Interface Module

  • Provides a DVI video Output interface.

  • Provides two UART, two I2C, one Pushbutton and four LEDs.

  • Supports LVCMOS 1.8V I/O standard.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.



Prodigy HDMI2.0 Interface Module

Prodigy HDMI2.0 Interface Module

  • Provide a  HDMI 2.0 output and input interface.

  • Provide one pin header, two pushbutton and three LEDs.

  • Supports LVCMOS 1.8V I/O standards.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.



Prodigy MIPI D-PHY Type B Interface Module

Prodigy MIPI D-PHY Type B Interface Module

  • Provides a MIPI D-PHY interface with a ZU2CG FPGA.

  • Provides two Pushbuttons, three LEDs and twelve GPIOs.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.

  • No external power supply required.



Prodigy MIPI Adapter Module

  • Supports 4x4-lane or 2x8-lane MIPI interfaces through MMCX connector.

  • Supports 16 GPIO, and I/O voltage can be 1.8V or 3.3V.

  • Supports 200MHz Constant clock.

  • Provide three LEDs and two push buttons.

  • Occupies one Prodigy I/O connector.

  • No external power supply required.


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What type of chip are you designing
What is the capacity of the ASIC gate included in the design?
5 million-20 million
20 million-50 million
50 million-100 million
100 million-1 billion
More than 1 billion
Which FPGA do you prefer to use?
Xilinx VU440
Xilinx KU115
Xilinx VU19P
Xilinx VU13P
Xilinx VU9P
Intel S10-10M
Intel S10-2800
Not sure, need professional advice
What kind of FPGA configuration do you need?
Single FPGA
Dual FPGA
Four FPGAs
Eight FPGAs
Not sure, need professional advice
What kind of peripheral interface do you need?
How many prototype verification platforms do you need?
Do you need the following tools?
Segmentation tool
Multiple FPGA debugging tools
Co-modeling tool (allows large amounts of data to interact between FPGA and PC host)
When do you need to use our products?
0-6 months
6-12 months
More than 12 months
Not sure
Any additional comments?