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MAX4455


Part Number MAX4455
Manufacturer Maxim
Title Arbitrary Graphics On-Screen Display Video Generator
Description Features o Generates Arbitrary Graphics Images o 15-Level Gray Scale o 8 Channels of Bit-Mapped OSD o Loss-of-Signal Detector for All Channels o G...
Features o Generates Arbitrary Graphics Images o 15-Level Gray Scale o 8 Channels of Bit-Mapped OSD o Loss-of-Signal Detector for All Channels o Graphics Updatable Within the Vertical Interval o Update Time Stamp on All Eight Channels Simultaneously o 3V and 5V Single-Supply Operation o Works with MAX4356/MA...

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