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    Automotive Applications Drive MIPI A-PHY Development

    Q: In August 2018, MIPI Alliance announced development work had begun on MIPI A-PHYSM. What is A-PHY?

    MIPI A-PHY is a physical layer specification targeted for advanced driver-assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous driving systems (ADS) and other surround sensor applications in automotive (e.g., for displays, cameras), but also for other longer-reach applications such as IoT and industrial. While most MIPI specifications are designed for shorter reaches for use within mobile devices, A-PHY will be capable of reaching up to 15 meters in the demanding automotive environment.

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    Tags: Automotive, A-PHY

    Good News: MIPI SyS-T Is Now Part of Linux Kernel

    MIPI System Software – Trace (MIPI SyS-TSM), a system-level tracing protocol, is now easier for software developers to integrate in many mobile systems. An implementation of SyS-T has been added to the Linux kernel, making it instantly available for systems based on Linux, including IoT devices running embedded Linux.

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    MIPI SoundWire v1.2 Boosts Flexibility for Integrating Mobile Audio Interfaces

    Since the MIPI Alliance introduced MIPI SoundWire® in 2014, manufacturers have taken advantage of the common and scalable audio interface to bring advanced audio features to a wide range of mobile, PCs and other devices. Now, MIPI is bringing even more flexibility to the specification with SoundWire v1.2, available now to MIPI members.

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    Tags: MIPI SoundWire, Audio

    Get Your First Look at the MIPI DevCon Stuttgart Agenda

    Updated 10 June 2019: Registration for MIPI DevCon Stuttgart unfortunately did not rise to a level that would create a successful experience for attendees and participants, and the event was canceled. We appreciate the support of speakers, sponsors and demo participants, and we look forward to hosting our next DevCon event, MIPI DevCon Taipei, 18 October 2019.

    A preview of the agenda for MIPI DevCon Stuttgart was announced this week, featuring a relevant and informative lineup of presentations for the 25 June event at the at the Maritim Stuttgart Hotel.

    Open to all MIPI Alliance members and industry representatives, MIPI DevCon Stuttgart will offer system architects, engineers, designers, test engineers, engineering managers, and business and marketing executives a forum for training, education and networking. Additional details are expected to unfold in the coming weeks, but the agenda already includes two keynote presentations, an update on MIPI Alliance activities, and eight technical presentations by experts in MIPI specifications and their implementation in automotive, 5G, I3C, and much more.

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    Welcome New Q1 Members

    MIPI kicked off 2019 by welcoming 17 new and reinstated members to the Alliance from 1 January — 31 March. We look forward to working with these companies joining the 300+ MIPI members worldwide developing and implementing MIPI specifications.

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    Registration Open for MIPI DevCon Stuttgart

    Updated 10 June 2019: Registration for MIPI DevCon Stuttgart unfortunately did not rise to a level that would create a successful experience for attendees and participants, and the event was canceled. We appreciate the support of speakers, sponsors and demo participants, and we look forward to hosting our next DevCon event, MIPI DevCon Taipei, 18 October 2019.

    Join us at MIPI DevCon Stuttgart at the Maritim Stuttgart Hotel on 25 June to learn how MIPI technology is facilitating new capabilities within mobile and being extended to markets such as IoT, automotive, wearables, industrial and augmented/virtual reality.

    Open to all MIPI Alliance members and industry representatives, the event will focus on offering developers and implementers of MIPI specifications a forum for training, education and networking. Register by 11 June to take advantage of the reduced early bird rate of $49.

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