The CS5268 is a high-performance Type-C/DP1.4 to HDMI2.0b and VGA converter, designed to connect a USB Type-C source or a DP1.4 source to an HDMI2.0b sink. The CS5268 integrates a DP1.4 compliant receiver, an HDMI2.0b compliant transmitter and a VGA output interface. Also, two CC controllers are included for CC communication to implement DP Alt Mode and power delivery function, one for upstream Type[1]C port and another for downstream port. The DP interface comprises 2 main lanes, AUX channel, and HPD signal. The receiver supports maximum 5.4Gbps (HBR2) data rate per lane. The DP receiver incorporates HDCP1.4 content protection scheme with embedded key for secure transmission of digital audio-video content. The HDMI interface includes 4 TMDS clock/data pairs, DDC, and HPD signal. The HDMI transmitter is capable of supporting up to 3Gpbs data rate, quite adequate for handling video resolutions up to FHD 1080p 120Hz and UHD 4k 30Hz formats. The HDMI transmitter incorporates HDCP engines which support HDCP1.4. With the inclusion of HDCP, the CS5268 allows secure transmission of protected content. Embedded key is available that provides the highest level of HDCP key security. The CS5268 is a highly integrated single chip suitable for multiple market segments and display applications, such as the dongle, docking station etc.

General

  • USB Type-C Specification 1.2

  • VESA DisplayPortTM (DP) v1.4 compliant receiver

  • HDMI specification v2.0b compliant transmitter, data rate up to 3-Gbps per channel.

  • USB Power Delivery (PD) v 3.0 compliant

  • Support all USB Type-C Channel Configuration (CC)

  • Embedded oscillator and there’s no need for the external crystal

  • Embedded MCU and SPI flash

  • Embedded V-sync/H-sync buffer

  • Embedded EDID (CS5268 will response EDID if terminal device doesn’t have it)

  • Support HDCP 1.4 with on-chip keys to support HDCP Transmitter/Receiver.

  • Support RGB 4:4:4 8/10bit bpc and YCbCr 4:4:4, 4:2:2 8/10-bit bpc

  • Max audio sample rate of 192KHz x8 channels

  • LPCM and Compressed Audio encoding formats

  • AUX channel, I2C host interface for chip control