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New Lantronix SIPs use Qualcomm QCS2290 and QCS4290 SoCs

Feb 15, 2023 — by Giorgio Mendoza 590 views

Lantronix released this month two System-in-Package modules based on Qualcomm System-on-Chip Technology. The Lantronix Open-Q SIP modules are equipped with the Qualcomm Adreno GPU, LPDDR4 RAM, eMMC Flash storage, camera support, GNSS, Wi-Fi 5/BT 5.0 connectivity and many other peripherals.

The Open-Q 2290 Series SIP is described as an entry-tier embedded solution which features the Qualcomm QCS2290 with 11 nm process node.  

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  •  QCS2290 – 64-bit Quad-core Arm Cortex-A53 (up to 2.0 GHz) w/ DSP; 64-bit Qualcomm Adreno GPU 702 (Up to 845MHz); 1080p @30 fps encode / 1080p @30fps decode           

This SIP (LGA form-factor) is available in a single configuration: 2GB LPDDR4 & 16GB eMMC 5.1. The Open-Q 2290 also supports MicroSD cards for external storage. 

  
QCS2290 block diagram (left) and Open-Q 2290 SIP (right)
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The Open-Q 2290 camera interface can handle two 13MP cameras @30fps or one 25MP camera @30fps. The display interface offers one 4-lane DSI D-PHY 1.2 with resolution up to 1680×720 @60fps.  

The datasheet indicates that the Open-Q 2290CS includes a WGR7640 (Qualcomm) RF IC for GNSS support and a WCN3950 chip for 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 5.0 connectivity.

 
QCS4290 block diagram (left) and Open-Q 4290 SIP (right)
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On the other hand, the Open-Q 4290 SIP measures about 36mm x 36mm x 2.76mm and it aims at advanced AI vision applications.

  •  QCS4290 – 64-bit Octa-core Arm Cortex-A53 (up to 2.0 GHz) w/ DSP  Qualcomm Hexagon Vector Processor (Up to 1GHz); 64-bit Qualcomm Adreno GPU 610 (Up to 950MHz); Up to 1080p 60fps encode / 1080p 60fps decode 

Unlike the previous variant, the Open-Q 4290 can be ordered with 2GB LPDDR4/ 16GB eMMC, 4GB LPDDR4/ 64GB eMMC and 4GB LPDDR4/ 256GB eMMC.

The brief for the Open-Q 4290 specifies that this is a Wi-Fi 5 solution with Wi-Fi 6 features: Target Wake Time (TWT) & 8SS. This variant also includes the WGR7640 RF receiver for GNSS functionality.

 

   
Open-Q AL Development Kit peripherals
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The camera interface consists of three 4-lane CSIs while the display interface provides one 4-lane MIPI DSI supporting D-PHY 1.2 (1.5 Gbps/lane). The QCS4290 and the QCS2290 support up to 4x DMIC interfaces for digital microphones. The Open-Q 4290 also includes 3x Analog mic inputs, headphone, line-out and speaker outputs.

Both Open-Q variants support standard protocols such as USB 3.1 Type-C, UART, I2C, I3C, SPI and configurable GPIOs. Additionally, the Open-Q 4290 seems to support 4-bit SD.


Open-Q AL2 Development Kit 
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Lantronix is also selling a companion Open-Q AL Development Kit compatible with both Open-Q chipsets to accelerate product development. Some of the key features of this board include 1x HDMI Type-A, 1x Gigabit Ethernet (via USB 3.0), 1x MicroSD card, 2x 4-lane MIPI CSI, etc. Refer to the block diagram and the table above for complete details.

Further information

Lantronix didn’t provide details about pricing for any of these products. Refer to the Lantronix SoM Catalog and their Embedded Computer Store for future updates.

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