The Vybrid VF3xxR family is purpose-built and cost-optimized for connected radio, entry-level infotainment and digital instrument cluster applications. The family features generous 1.5 MB on-chip SRAM, dual-core architecture combining the high-performance low-power ARM Cortex-A5 application processor with the ultra-low-power Cortex-M4 MCU, OpenVG graphics accelerator, 2D graphics composition engine and dual Quad SPI interface with DDR support. Standard vehicle connectivity is provided through integrated CAN controllers, MLB, UART/LIN and Ethernet with IEEE 1588 support.
The integrated video ADC allows for direct connection to analog cameras without the need for expensive external circuits. Dual USB 2.0 OTG controllers (with integrated PHY) and a large variety of serial interfaces such as UART, SPI, and I 2 S provide connectivity to consumer electronic devices such as smartphones, tablets and Bluetooth enabled devices. The VF3xxR family is software compatible with the VF5xxR and VF1xxR families, providing scalability from low-cost basic connected radios without external DRAM up to entry-level infotainment systems with dual displays and GPUaccelerated rich, compelling user interfaces.
Vybrid automotive families introduce production-grade software for connected radio and cluster applications. Built upon auto-grade BSPs for Linux and MQX, our production-grade software is the ideal starting point for your radio and cluster designs. The enablement components are included with every chip we sell, and provide a full working system complete with BSP, middleware and example applications. Our software solution is highly configurable and architected with Vybrid families in mind, scaling from low-cost solutions that use the internal SRAM only, up to featurerich, graphics-intensive solutions.
• Complete MQX and Linux BSPs
• Complete multimedia framework: Player, media browser, cover flow, metadata and album art support
• CE connectivity for devices such as iPhone , smartphones, USB/SD memory cards
• Comprehensive list of audio CODECs