I want to use a Jetson TX2 module to drive a LCD module that have a 3840 x 2160 pixels with 10 bits RGB data input and 8 lanes eDP (4 lanes for one half on the screen and another 4 lanes for another half) with 2.7Gbps per lane. In the Jetson TX2 Module DataSheet v1.1 I found few points that in my opinion claim different thinks:
"[i]Up to 36bpp* pixel depth on HDMI and DP; up to 24bpp* on DSI and eDP.
- (Resolution + Refresh Rate + Pixel Depth + Format) must be within specification limits to achieve support for desired pixel depth.[/i]"
where can I found description of those limits ?
“eDP is a mixed-signal interface consisting of 4 differential serial output lanes and 1 PLL. This PLL is used to generate a high frequency bit-clock from an input pixel clock enabling the ability to handle 10-bit parallel data per lane at the pixel rate for the desired mode. Embedded DisplayPort (eDP) modes (1.6GHz for RBR, 2.16GHz, 2.43GHz, 2.7GHz for HBR, 3.42GHz, 4.32GHz and 5.4GHz for HBR2).”
- 1/2/4 lanes, single link
- 18/24/36 bit color depth
- Up to 540 MHz
- Internal panel: 4096 x 2160 @ 60Hz (2D – portrait/landscape); 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz (3D – portrait/landscape)
- -0.5% down spread support[/i]"
Maybe I’m missing somethin or mixed somethin up, but those information seems to be conflicted in the 10-bit resoluton area.