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Sure, just attenuate it (50-60dB). You don't want to saturate the receiver. As for collisions, they happen on air too (at different power levels). If you have a MIMO NIC with multiple SMAs, you can even play with the phase a bit.


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So, you will need "something" that can drive/configure your sensor as well as read data from it and send it to the SD/PC. My solution was to use a EZUSB FX3 usb microcontroller. I was able to create a quick interface between the image sensor and the FX3, and then, I did not have to worry about creating a usb communication between the FX3 and the PC or SD ...


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MIPI CSI bus cameras require diff. pair routing lanes, and the hardware that can receive the signal. The bandwidth of your receiving hardware is a limiting factor. Of course all normal camera specs come into play. Things to consider include whether this is for a hobbyists toy or production product. There are tons of trade-offs to consider. If this is a ...


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I'll suggest you to use parallel interface port for better speed.For SPI based camera's it'll be slow when compared to parallel interface because of clock pulse used in the SPI. And moreover,parallel interface is straight forward but requires lots of pins for communication.But in the case of SPI,you just need 4 pins only(I dont know your camera's actual I/O ...


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Leave them disconnected. You will also configure both end chips to use only 2 data lanes so they will completely discard the remaining other lanes. I would recommend NOT to ground the other lanes.


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The Serial Peripheral Interface(SPI) and the Clocked Serial Interface (CSI) are essentially the same thing, both synchronous serial interfaces in a master/slave mode with clock, data in and data out leads. Both use chip select leads to address multiple devices. The CSI interface is implemented in the NEC/Renesas V850 lines of microcontrollers and appears ...


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The wiring is not complete in any way and even now connecting a HDMI source will fry the chip as 5V line is connected to 2.5V supply. Multiple supply and ground pins are unconnected. Not only passives such as bypass capacitors and reference voltage set resistor are needed, but a lot of other active components as well, such as reference clock source like a ...


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I am not at all sure that the 16802A goes fast enough for 4k, and it certainly will not have sufficient memory to capture a whole frame in timing mode. Mind you, usually a logic analyser has very sophisticated trigger setup, so you should be able to capture just the transaction you are interested in, there is probably no need to try to capture the whole ...


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