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Pixel data transmitter and receiver drivers
===========================================
-V4L2 supports various devices that transmit and receiver pixel data. Examples of
+V4L2 supports various devices that transmit and receive pixel data. Examples of
these devices include a camera sensor, a TV tuner and a parallel or a CSI-2
receiver in an SoC.
@@ -95,9 +95,9 @@ LP-11 and LP-111 modes
The transmitter drivers must, if possible, configure the CSI-2 transmitter to
*LP-11 or LP-111 mode* whenever the transmitter is powered on but not active,
-and maintain *LP-11 or LP-111 mode* until stream on. Only at stream on should
-the transmitter activate the clock on the clock lane and transition to *HS
-mode*.
+and maintain *LP-11 or LP-111 mode* until stream on. Only at stream on time
+should the transmitter activate the clock on the clock lane and transition to
+*HS mode*.
Some transmitters do this automatically but some have to be explicitly
programmed to do so, and some are unable to do so altogether due to

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