Custom LVDS bitmapping? Possible?

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Hello,

I have iMX6 Development Baseboard.
And have LVDS monitor with non standart bit mapping, not vesa, not spwg and other….

If it possible to change the LVDS bit mapping? i mean the clock and DE come to another place.

Thank’s for any help and tips,
Andrey.

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In reference manual I found this (page 3558, Chapter 39 LVDS Display Bridge, IMX6DQRM.pdf):

LDB supports two mapping standards:
• SPWG mapping
• JEIDA mapping
NOTE Several options of control usage can be available. some display devices use only DE, some others use all 3 controls, some use only HS, VS. “CTL” is an optional general purpose control which is usually unused by display.

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Try to find the page and read the chapter about what are the possibilities of the iMX6 LVDS controller. I only posted it as the point where you could have a look and maybe find the information you are looking for.

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Hello Andrey,

I am not really sure what do you mean. Could you be more specific?

Have a nice day, Robert

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I do not properly explained ….
That’s right, LDB JEIDA SPWG and VESA standarts, but my LCD panel is it does not fit does not support these standards.

by default the SPWG standart have DE VS and HS on CHx_DATA2, and i need to move them to CHx_DATA0

http://img.my.csdn.net/uploads/201209/26/1348649556_1294.jpg

The same problems with colors, by default it’s start from greeen 0, red5, red4, …..
But i need to start from red0, red1, red2, red3…..

LCD not working without de vs and hs :(

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