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LCD display timing

# What is Active area? Ans: Active area is the visible resolution.   # What is blanking area? Ans: Blanking area is the period between each line (horizontal blanking) and each frame (vertical blanking). This was originally to give CRT monitors time to move the electron guns. LCD monitors don’t need as much time, so the blanking […]

LVDS (low-voltage differential signaling)

LVDS (low-voltage differential signaling) is a high-speed, long-distance digital interface for serial communication (sending one bit at time) over two copper wires (differential) that are placed at 180 degrees from each other. This configuration reduces noise emission by making the noise more findable and filterable. LVDS is often used in SerDes configurations. LVDS outputs are […]

V-By-One interface

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V-by-One HS is an electrical digital signaling standard that can run at faster speeds over inexpensive twisted-pair copper cables than LVDS. It was originally developed by Thine Inc. in 2007 for high definition televisions but since 2010 V-by-One HS has been widely adopted in various markets such as document processing, automotive infotainment systems, industrial cameras and machine vision, […]