|ADV7189BKSTZ||Multiformat Progressive Scan/HDTV Encoder with Three 11-Bit DACs/ 10-Bit Data Input/ and Macrovision|
|ADV7189BKSTZ Datasheet PDF : 104 Pages |
Multiformat SDTV Video Decoder
Multiformat video decoder supports NTSC-(J, M, 4.43),
Integrates three 54 MHz, Noise Shaped Video®, 12-bit ADCs
Clocked from a single 28 MHz crystal
Line-locked clock-compatible (LLC)
Adaptive-Digital-Line-Length-Tracking (ADLLT™), signal
processing, and enhanced FIFO management gives mini-
5-line adaptive comb filters
Proprietary architecture for locking to weak, noisy, and
unstable video sources such as VCRs and tuners
Subcarrier frequency lock and status information output
Integrated AGC with adaptive peak white mode
Macrovision® copy protection detection
CTI (chroma transient improvement)
DNR (digital noise reduction)
Multiple programmable analog input formats
CVBS (composite video)
YPrPb component (VESA, MII, SMPTE, and BetaCam)
12 analog video input channels
Automatic NTSC/PAL/SECAM identification
Digital output formats (8-bit/10-bit/16-bit/20-bit)
ITU-R BT.656 YCrCb 4:2:2 output + HS, VS, and FIELD
0.5 V to 1.6 V analog signal input range
Differential gain: 0.4% typ
Differential phase: 0.4° typ
Programmable video controls
Integrated on-chip video timing generator
Free-run mode (generates stable video output with no I/P)
VBI decode support for close captioning, WSS, CGMS, EDTV,
2-wire serial MPU interface (I2C®-compatible)
3.3 V analog, 1.8 V digital core; 3.3 V IO supply
2 temperature grades: 0°C to +70°C and –40°C to +85°C
80-lead LQFP Pb-free package
High-end DVD recorders
Professional video products
The ADV7189B integrated video decoder automatically detects
and converts a standard analog baseband television signal, com-
patible with worldwide standards NTSC, PAL, and SECAM into
4:2:2 component video data-compatible with 20-, 16-, 10-, and
The advanced and highly flexible digital output interface
enables performance video decoding and conversion in line-
locked, clock-based systems. This makes the device ideally
suited for a broad range of applications with diverse analog
video characteristics, including tape-based sources, broadcast
sources, security/surveillance cameras, and professional
The 12-bit accurate A/D conversion provides professional
quality video performance and is unmatched. This allows
true 10-bit resolution in the 10-bit output mode.
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The 12 analog input channels accept standard composite,
S-Video, YPrPb video signals in an extensive number of
combinations. AGC and clamp restore circuitry allow an
input video signal peak-to-peak range of 0.5 V to 1.6 V.
Alternatively, these can be bypassed for manual settings.
The fixed 54 MHz clocking of the ADCs and datapath for
all modes allows very precise, accurate sampling and digital
filtering. The line-locked clock output allows the output data
rate, timing signals, and output clock signals to be synchronous,
asynchronous, or line locked even with ±5% line length variation.
The output control signals allow glueless interface connections
in almost any application. The ADV7189B modes are set up
over a 2-wire, serial, bidirectional port (I2C-compatible).
The ADV7189B is fabricated in a 3.3 V CMOS process. Its
monolithic CMOS construction ensures greater functionality
with lower power dissipation. The ADV7189B is packaged in a
small, 80-lead LQFP Pb-free package.
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