HDMI Transmitter. ADV7524A Datasheet
Low Power HDMI Transmitter with
Consumer Electronic Control (CEC)
Low power HDMI transmitter ideal for portable applications
CEC controller and expanded message buffer (3 messages)
reduces system overhead
HDMI Version 1.4a features supported
Compatible with DVI 1.0
Optional embedded HDCP keys to support HDCP 1.3
Video/audio inputs accept logic levels from 1.8 V to 3.3 V
150 MHz operation supports all video and graphics
resolutions from 480i to 1080p
Programmable 2-way color-space converter
Supports RGB, YCrCb, and DDR
Supports ITU656-based embedded syncs
Automatic input video format timing detection (CEA-861E)
Supports standard S/PDIF for stereo LPCM or compressed
audio up to 192 kHz
2-channel, uncompressed LPCM I2S audio up to 192 kHz
Special features for easy system design
On-chip MPU with I2C master to perform EDID reading and
HDCP operations; reports HDMI events through interrupts
5 V tolerant I2C and HPD I/Os, no extra device needed
No audio master clock needed for supporting S/PDIF
Compatible with AD9394 HDMI companion chip
5 V generator for Hot Plug detection in portable applications
Digital video cameras
Digital still cameras
Personal media players
DVD players and recorders
Digital set-top boxes
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM
HDCP AND EDID
*BOTH HSYNC AND SCLK CAN BE RECONFIGURED AS MCLK.
The ADV7524A is a 150 MHz, High-Definition Multimedia
Interface (HDMI®) transmitter with expanded CEC buffer. It
supports HDTV formats up to 1080p and computer graphic
resolutions up to SXGA at 75 Hz.
With the optional inclusion of embedded HDCP keys, the
ADV7524A allows the secure transmission of protected content,
as specified by the HDCP 1.3 protocol.
The ADV7524A supports 3D video and extended colorimetry.
The ADV7524A supports both S/PDIF and 2-channel I2S audio.
Its high fidelity, 2-channel I2S can transmit stereo up to a 192 kHz
sampling rate. The S/PDIF can carry stereo LPCM audio or
compressed audio including Dolby® digital and DTS®.
The ADV7524A helps to reduce system design complexity and
cost by incorporating such features as an I2C master for EDID
reading, and 5 V tolerance on the I2C and Hot Plug™ detect pins.
Fabricated in an advanced CMOS process, the ADV7524A is
available in a space saving, 49-ball, WLCSP surface-mount
package. This package is RoHS compliant and specified to
operate from −25°C to +85°C.
For more information on the ADV7524A, contact Analog Devices, Inc., at: ATV_VideoTx_Apps@analog.com.
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