The DLCD is a display controller with 24-bit RGB output and synchronization. It may be used for displaying data, both on LCD and CRT displays. Pixel data has an 8-bit resolution and a 24-bit RGB output is generated using external LUT with defined color palette. Our "multimedial" Core is controlled by the CPU, which enables usage of external data memory to display data. All parameters are configurable through the CPU register interface. The core was designed to be used with DCD's DP80xxx series of MCU. The display controller is perfect for MCU based applications, where static graphic data is displayed using a LCD/TFT matrix or a CRT monitor.
Our unique core is a technology independent design, that can be implemented in a variety of process technologies.
- Maximum resolution 1024 x 1024 pixels
- 24-bit RGB output, 8-bit pixel with external LUT for color palette
- Configurable screen parameters
- Configurable memory data bus width
- Wait states for memory access
- Pixel clock divider
- Display data copying without CPU access
- Display data accessible for CPU as external data memory
- Fully synthesizable
- Static synchronous design and no internal tri-states
- Microcontroller based application
- Displaying data on LCD/TFT matrix
- Displaying data on LCD/TFT or CRT monitor