MIPI DSI low-power mode

The MIPI Display Serial Interface (MIPI DSI®) is a communication protocol established by the MIPI Alliance, which enables manufacturers to integrate displays to achieve high performance, low power, and low electromagnetic interference (EMI). Its operating modes include High-Speed Mode and Low-Power Mode.

Low-Power mode was designed for the display interface of portable devices, it reduces the energy consumption of the display system when the device is on standby or in specific operational scenarios.

Low-Power mode saves power by reducing transmission rates, adjusting timing, or decreasing communication frequencies.

Recommended Analyzer Model: TB3016F


  • Dp, Dn: DSI-LP signal lines
  • Advanced Decode: Enable DSI format decode and display.
  • Show DCS Command: Enable DCS Command decode and display.
  • Always goes to HS Mode: Ignore the Dp and Dn status and decode all the data frame in HS mode.
  • Initial Bus Direction: Select the Initial direction of the bus transmission.

DSI LP Decode

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