As automotive infotainment and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) is increasingly becoming more advanced and require higher data transfer rates new protocols are introduced on the market to meet these needs. One of the new protocols in the forefront are Maxim Integrated Giga-bit Multimedia Serial Link 2 (GMSL2) protocol and Diadrom now includes support for it in our products.
Diadrom has been working together with Maxim Integrated and using their protocol GMSL generation 1 for several years. “[GMSL1] serializers and deserializers are high-speed communication [Integrated Circuits] that fully support the high bandwidth, complex interconnect, and data integrity requirements needed to support evolving automotive infotainment and ADAS”1. Diadrom has been involved in enabling communication, diagnostics, and software download for GMSL1 applications in multiple cameras and displays for many customers.
Customer demand for larger displays with increased pixel density has caused a rapidly increasing demand for video bandwidth. Driver assistance and the more challenging autonomous drive require conformance to ASIL standards. Maxim Integrated and Diadrom are in a position to support these challenges.
As of today, Diadrom have support for the GMSL2 protocol in our products Diadrom Autotech Bootloader, Diadrom Diagnostic Communication Stack and Diadrom Dolphin and our products have been used by several customers and are included in mass produced automotive vehicles.
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