Analog Devices Inc. (ADI) has introduced two small and thin low-power transmitters that incorporate HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) version 1.4 specification support for 3-D display resolutions and extended colorimetry.
At 3.45 mm x 3.45 mm x 0.505 mm, the devices feature a 25 percent smaller footprint than competing offerings, according to ADI. Consequently, ADI’s Advantiv low-power transmitters—the 80 MHz ADV7525 and the 150 MHz ADV7526—enable mobile device designers to achieve new levels of miniaturization, flawless HD video performance and power efficiency.
CEC controller and expanded message buffer (3 messages) reduce system overhead
HDMI v.1.4a features supported 3D video, extended colorimetry
Compatible with DVI v.1.0
Embedded HDCP keys to support HDCP 1.3
1.8 V supplies for ultralow operating power
Video/audio inputs accept logic levels from 1.8 V to 3.3 V
24-bit video interface
Supports HDTV formats up to 720p60f/1080i and 1080p/60f at 1.8V
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