MIPI is the Mobile Industry Processor Interface that provides specification for software and hardware interfaces in mobile terminals and thereby encouraging the adoption of these standards throughout the industry chain for achieving interoperability has come up with many specifications like CSI, DSI, DPHY, CPHY, MPHY, SoundWire, UniPro and more. This document details the design implementation of MIPI Sound wire. DSI specifies the interface between a host processor and a peripheral such as a display module. It builds on existing MIPI Alliance specifications by adopting pixel formats and command set specified in DPI-2, DBI- 2 and DCS standards. From a conceptual viewpoint, a DSI-compliant interface performs the same functions as interfaces based on DBI-2 and DPI-2 standards or similar parallel display interfaces. It sends pixels or commands to the peripheral, and can read back status or pixel information from the peripheral. The main difference is that DSI serializes all pixel data, commands, and events that, in traditional or legacy interfaces, are normally conveyed to and from the peripheral on a parallel data bus with additional control signals. Below is a simple system representation of DSI.