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QVGA single-chip TFT controller/driver supports 16.77 million colour display and

  London – Renesas Technology Europe has extended its QVGA single-chip liquid crystal display (LCD) controller/driver line-up with the R61504, which has a 16.77 million colour display capability and supports the Mobile Display Digital Interface (MDDI) high-speed serial interface standard.  The R61504 reduces the component count of a LCD system and therefore reduces LCD module costs and power consumption. It also incorporates approximately 230 Kbyte of on-chip display RAM. It is suitable for amorphous TFT colour LCD panels used in mobile phones that offer applications such as high-resolution cameras, TV display and game functions.

By offering support for 16.77 million display colours, the R61504 enables high quality display equivalent to that of a PC. Support for the MDDI small-amplitude-differential high-speed serial interface standard allows direct connection to an MDDI compatible baseband LSI, eliminating the need for a previously necessary bridge chip. The MDDI standard also offers a major reduction in the number of signal lines compared with the conventional parallel transfer method and enables low EMI noise to be achieved. The R61504 also features conventional parallel, serial and RGB interfaces.  Connection to a baseband LSI and microcontroller is possible by means of an 8/16-bit high-speed bus interface and highly efficient transfer can be performed by a high-speed burst RAM write function. In addition, RGB, Vsync and FMARK interfaces are incorporated as image data interfaces, facilitating support for moving images featuring smooth motion display. The new controller/driver incorporates an RGB individual gamma adjustment function that allows more precise red, blue and green gamma settings. This improves image colour reproduction and display quality by adjusting settings according to variations in image quality due to LCD panel colour characteristics or external lighting conditions. An endian-free function is also included. The term “endian” refers to the order in which data, etc. is stored in memory and has previously been converted by a microcontroller, for example, to suit the LCD driver. The R61504 includes endian conversion instructions that enable the conversion to be performed easily by software, making it possible to reduce the load on microcontroller software and helping to simplify development.

The R61504 features nine general-purpose port pins that can be used in various ways, including receiving backlight, incoming call LED, vibrator and similar control signals by the MDDI or another interface from a baseband LSI, and outputting those control signals from these ports. This enables the number of signal lines to be reduced. When the MDDI is used, it is also possible to transfer instructions and image data to a sub LCD panel module via these general-purpose ports. A hardware power supply sequencer is incorporated that controls the LCD drive power supply start-up sequence. There are a number of power supplies and the powering-on sequence of these has previously been set entirely by the user.  However, this has led to increased development times due to the occurrence of programming errors. With the R61504, an on-chip hardware sequencer handles the power supply start-up sequence and the program only contains a start-up instruction for this sequencer, enabling user programming errors to be reduced and development efficiency to be improved. The same 8-colour display mode, standby mode and deep standby mode as in previous models are provided as functions for reducing power consumption. Use of these modes makes it possible to achieve low current dissipation equivalent to that of a colour STN liquid crystal panel, helping to extend the battery life of mobile phones and similar devices. Chip short sides have been kept down to 2 mm or less in size, contributing to the implementation of narrow-framed LCD panels for mobile phone use. COG (Chip On Glass) is supported as the mounting method. Sample shipments will begin in August 2005.
<Specifications >
Item R61504 Specifications
Display size 240 x 320 pixels
Display colours 16.77 million colours
Outputs 720 source outputs, 320 gate outputs
Display RAM capacity 230,400 bytes
Display functions
  • Window address function (rectangular RAM address area writing)
  • Partial display function
  • 8-color display function
  • RGB individual gamma adjustment function
  • Resizing function (1/2, 1/4)
On-chip functions
  • Power supply sequencer
  • Endian-free function
  • 80-type interface: 8/16-bit bus
  • High-speed moving image interface: 8/16-bit bus
  • MDDI
  • Instructions/image data both receive-only
  • Hibernation support (standby mode)
  • High-speed burst RAM write function: 10 MHz write frequency (normally 6.6 MHz)
Logic power supply voltage 2.5 V to 3.1 V
Interface I/O voltage 1.65 V to 3.1 V
Liquid crystal drive voltage 4.5 V to 5.5 V
Gate voltage Gate on: 9.0 V to 15.0 V Gate off: 10 V to 4 V
Power-down functions 8-color display mode, sleep mode, shutdown mode
Shipping form Chip with gold bumps (for COG mounting)

Martes, 05 Julio, 2005 - 05:00
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