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  Date: 16/06/2013

Toshiba expands interface-converter bridge ICs for high resolution LCD display

Toshiba Corporation has expanded its package line-up of interface-converter bridge ICs for high resolution LCD display that are used in tablet PC, Ultrabooks and other applications. Mass production of "TC358778XBG" is scheduled to start in June, followed by "TC358777XBG" in July.

The ball pitch of the original product is 0.4mm, and fine pitch assembly equipment is required for production. Expanding the ball pitch from 0.4mm to 0.65mm achieves assembly with no need for such equipment. Toshiba has also optimized the pin assignment for layout without high cost PCB with more than 4 layers.

Those new package products reduce the set makers' cost of assembly and materials.

Key Features:
Ball pitch expanded from 0.4mm to 0.65mm
Optimized pin assignment allows layout with no need for high cost PCB with more than 4 layers
Main specificationsPart Number TC358777XBG TC358778XBG
Maximum Supporting
Resolution 2580 2048
(24bit, 60fps) 1900 1200
(24bit, 60fps)
Input Interface MIPI 4 lanes 2ch
(MIPI 1 lane = 1Gbps) MIPI DPI 24 bit
(Parallel Input)
Output Interface Display Port 4ch
(Display Port 1 lane = 2.7Gbps) MIPI 4 lanes
(MIPI 1 lane = 1Gbps)
Package VFBGA80
7mm 7mm
0.65mm pitch VFBGA80
7mm 7mm
0.65mm pitch
Mass production status July, 2013 June, 2013



 
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