Called PI3WVR628, it is a six channel single-pole, double-throw (SPDT) switch supporting two data lanes plus a clock lane for D-PHY signals, or two lanes for C-PHY signals.
Optimisation is for rapid switching between high-speed (HS) and low-power (LP) MIPI physical interfaces – supporting changing from a low data rate D-PHY camera to a high data rate C-PHY camera.
“To support high speed D-PHY/C-PHY applications, the device has a 6GHz bandwidth, low crosstalk and low Ron,” claimed the company. Figures are -35dB at 2.25GHz and 5.0Ω.
Projected performance is up to 3.5Gsample/s C-PHY and up to 4.5Gbit/s D-PHY.
Packaging is 1.7mm x 2.4mm X1-LGA2417-24 LGA with 0.4mm pitch – small for wearables and phones.
Operation is across 1.5V to 3.6V and multiple I/O voltage rails.
This part has three differential channels. There are similar parts with five differential channels, and other similar parts rated at 3.5GHz rather than 6GHz.
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