HSIC SPECIFICATION PDF

The high-speed inter-chip HSIC interface is becoming more popular due to its notable advantages over USB for hard-wired inter-chip applications. The interface differs from USB in the physical layer only. Significant features include no chirp protocol, source-synchronous serial data transmission and no hot removal or attach as the interface is always connected. It has 1. Maximum trace length is 10cm. The primary difference is that all information is transmitted via a single data line, and a strobe signal communicates when to sample the received data signal.

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USB is the ubiquitous peripherals interconnect of choice for large number of computing and consumer applications. Many systems provide a comprehensive set of drivers to support all commonly available USB peripherals.

This enables consumer to purchase and use USB peripherals without having to install a new driver, thus strengthening the popularity of USB. It is becoming increasingly attractive to use USB as a chip-to-chip interconnect within a product without use of external cables and connectors. However, because USB was designed to enable hot-plugging of peripherals over cables up to 5 meters in length, there are certain power and implementation issues that are not attractive for many chip-to-chip interconnect solutions.

To better meet the needs of a USB chip-to-chip interconnect, HSIC removes the analog transceivers, thus reducing complexity, cost and manufacturing risk.

USB 2. Download Datasheet. Diagram Features Deliverables Benefits. Features High-Speed Mbps data rate only Source-synchronous serial interface No power consumed unless a transfer is in progress. CSI-2 V2. ONFI 4. UFS 3. USB 3.

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And why should I use it? What is HSIC? No external cables or connectors and hot plug-n-play are supported. There is also no analog transceivers, and hence reduces the complexity, cost, power consumption, and manufacturing risk. Low power can be achieved with 1. Both data and strobe are bi-directional utilizing NRZI encoding.

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HSIC versus USB

USB is the ubiquitous peripherals interconnect of choice for large number of computing and consumer applications. Many systems provide a comprehensive set of drivers to support all commonly available USB peripherals. This enables consumer to purchase and use USB peripherals without having to install a new driver, thus strengthening the popularity of USB. It is becoming increasingly attractive to use USB as a chip-to-chip interconnect within a product without use of external cables and connectors. However, because USB was designed to enable hot-plugging of peripherals over cables up to 5 meters in length, there are certain power and implementation issues that are not attractive for many chip-to-chip interconnect solutions. To better meet the needs of a USB chip-to-chip interconnect, HSIC removes the analog transceivers, thus reducing complexity, cost and manufacturing risk. USB 2.

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