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If you’re looking at a screen, there’s a good chance that MIPI is involved. Though this processor interface continues to be in routine use for smartphones and other mobile technology, MIPI has transcended traditional camera and display applications. It’s on our wrists in wearables. It has made its way into our cars in the form of Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and infotainment systems. IoT has brought it into our homes. Focusing on SmartDV’s MIPI SPMI Verification IP and MIPI Debug Design IP as examples, Bipul Talukdar offers context for the many potential applications of MIPI and the opportunities it affords chip designers. Topics covered include: Overview of MIPI specification and technology Must-haves for PHY selection and integration Pointers on successfully integrating MIPI IP into your designs Join us to learn how you can make MIPI your ally!
Bipul Talukdar is Director of Applications Engineering for SmartDV North America. He is an expert in hardware functional verification with a specialty in verification IP (VIP) development, formal property verification, and hardware emulation. He leads application engineering and support for SmartDV’s verification and design IP library of over 800 products. Bipul has a strong background in formal verification of RISC-V based cores/subsystems and coverage-based closure. His previous engineering roles at SiFive, Cadence, and Mentor Graphics (Siemens) give him a broad perspective on the myriad challenges faced by design and verification teams, allowing him to partner with customers for success throughout product evaluations and deployment. Since joining the team at SmartDV in 2019, Bipul has taken an active role in the company’s business development. He has distinguished himself as a technical thought leader, routinely publishing articles and representing SmartDV as a speaker at semiconductor industry conferences. Bipul holds a Bachelor of Science in Engineering, Electronics, and Telecommunication from India’s National Institute of Technology, Silchar. He is based in San Jose, California.
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