This is a really nice project that we found on the TFT-LCD module LQ043T3DX02 Sharp, best known as the display used in the PlayStation Portable (PSP) up and running with an FPGA development board.
It’s not just a simple tutorial on that screen but you will find every information you need to get this hardware working with your FPGA board in a very detailed way.
“It has a 480×272 resolution capable of displaying up to 16 million colors through a data bus 24-bit RGB backlight built. This display will be controlled through a spartan 3E FPGA verilog programmed to display three vertical bands of different colors, this didactic purposes, both the hardware design and the code in verilog.”
The article is complete with circuit design and the hardware setup is well explained and it’s very clear and it also includes the datasheets and a supply circuit section and much more…
“Although they work fine as long as practicable to improve, in fact the reader is invited to do so and leave your comments.”
So feel free to discuss in the comments thread.
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