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Analog Devices' HDMI ICs Deliver Seamless Connection To HDTV Entertainment Devices, April 2008
ADI's AD8192 and AD8195 input buffers expand the industry's largest portfolio of HDMI connectivity solutions, while providing front-panel access on the latest plasma and LCD HDTVs.
Fully-Programmable Audio ICs Deliver Advanced Features To Heighten HDTV Experience, March 2008
Analog Devices' flexible audio processors for flat-panel HDTVs reduce time-to-market by providing audiophile sound and support for the latest audio standards and popular third-party algorithms.
High-Performance Video Decoder With NTSC/PAL 3D Comb Filter Delivers Crisper HD Images For TVS, DVD Recorders And A/V Receiver Systems, January 2008
ADI's video decoder combines 12-bit 3D comb filtering with 1080p-HD 150 MSPS digitizer in a single-chip system, reducing design overhead while improving fine picture detail.
Analog Devices' Networked Entertainment Reference Design Supports All Leading High-Definition Video Transport Sources, January 2008
ADI's new HDAnywhere™ networked entertainment platform distributes HD video content over all popular wireless and wired transmission transports, including ultra wideband, 802.11n, coaxial, phoneline, and powerline protocols.
Analog Devices' Compression CODEC Enables HDTV Wireless Video Transmission, October 2007
ADI's Wavescale™ compression technology delivers crystal-clear, uninterrupted HD video content to TVs and HD companion boxes; improves consumers' video gaming experience by enabling fast, wireless remote-control response.
Analog Devices' Audio ICs Deliver Audiophile Sound For HDTV Experience, October 2007
Audio processors and Class-D amplifiers provide digital TV designers with a complete audio subsystem optimized for performance, time-to-market and lower system cost.
The Digital Entertainment Paradox: Analog Technology Defines the HDTV Experience , October 2007
Analog Devices' signal processing innovations and systems expertise advance high-definition audio, video and connectivity solutions for digital TV home entertainment systems.
Industry's First HDMI™ Transmitter To Feature On-Chip Consumer Electronic Control Support , August 2007
ADV7520NK simplifies portable HDMI product design by integrating consumer electronic control functions allowing end users to command multiple A/V devices with one remote.
Analog Devices Enables Industry's Fastest, Highest-Resolution, Multi-Channel Video Distribution Systems, February 2007
AD8175/6 triple 16x9 crosspoint switches and AD8145/6/7/8 high-speed differential amplifiers combine to deliver 500-MHz bandwidth supporting UXGA and QXGA resolution in large video displays.
Analog Devices Adds Excitement To Today's Best Selling Digital Consumer Electronics Products, January 2007
In the home, hand and car, ADI's signal processing know-how is behind the outstanding audio and video image quality, realistic game play and new levels of mobility in an assortment of consumer goods.
Analog Devices Targets HDTV And Portable High-Definition Video By Expanding Industry's Broadest Line Of HDMI Components, December 2006
Multiplexers, receiver and transmitters support HDMI v1.3 to capture and display 'deep color' content in HDTVs and enable low-power, high-definition handheld video applications.
Hitachi Leverages Blackfin Processor for Innovative Features in High-Definition DVRs, September 2006
Hitachi's advanced technology automatically creates highlights of recorded programs.
High-Performance 32 × 32 Analog Crosspoint Switches Route High-Resolution Video Signals, September 2006
Crosspoint switches operate above 500 MHz, providing professional video designers with unparalleled levels of integration and bandwidth.
Analog Devices' Video and Audio Signal Processing Expertise Advances Hard Disk Recorder with High-Definition DVD Capabilities , August 2006
Toshiba's first hard disk recorder with HD DVD taps ADI's full range of consumer electronics ICs.
Advantiv™ Advanced TV Solutions Meeting Today's Digital Entertainment Challenges
The television has undergone a remarkable transformation over the past decade. Driven by the ongoing digital revolution and well-defined HDTV (high-definition television) standards, TV performance has taken a giant leap forward. more ...
Analysis of Common Failures of HDMI CT
The HDMI standard has been broadly adopted since its release several years ago. In order to bear the HDMI logo, all HDMI products must pass the HDMI Compliance Test (HDMI CT). To save time and money, customers should pre-test their HDMI products before sending them to Authorized Test Centers (ATC) for certification. Based on the experiences of numerous pre-tests performed at Analog Devices' HDMI CT lab, this article discusses the most common system design issues that cause products to fail the HDMI CT. It also analyzes specific case failures and offers solutions. more ...
Processing Nonstandard TV Signals in a Digital World
Despite the rapid advancement of digital TV, analog TV will remain dominant for both transmission and display for several years to come. Analog video formats, like their digital counterparts, have precise specifications as to how to format video properly, including how the luma, chroma and synchronization information is packaged to provide the line, field and frames of video information that re- create the images observed on TV screens. more ...
Technologies such as Digital Television (DTV), DVD, Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS), and Digital Cable use compression techniques to deliver extremely high-quality programming to consumers. With the introduction of advanced video/audio compression standards to transmit audio and video content, there is an increased awareness of the timing relationship between audio and video. more ...
What's Behind Class D Audio Amplifiers?
The goal of audio amplifiers is to reproduce input audio signals at sound-producing output elements, with desired volume and power levels--faithfully, efficiently and at low distortion. Class D amps offer many advantages in getting that job done. more ...
AN-862: SD RGB Processing Using the ADV7181B (pdf, 153,506 bytes)
The Analog Devices, Inc., ADV7181B decoder was designed primarily for support of standard definition composite, S-Video, and component video input formats. All PAL, SECAM, and NTSC formats are supported. The part does not support the European SCART RGB standard with fast blanking. European SCART RGB requires the simultaneous digitization of RGB and CVBS inputs with the ability to process data from either input, dependent on the level of the fast blank signal that has been applied. more ...
AN-795: AD9880 Color Space Converter User's Guide (pdf, 275,127 bytes)
The color space conversion matrix (CSC) in the AD9880 is a 3 × 3 matrix with full programmability of all coefficients in the matrix. Each coefficient is 12 bits wide to ensure that signal integrity is maintained. The CSC is designed to run at speeds of up to 150 MHz supporting 1080 p @ 60 Hz rates. With the "any-to-any" color space support, formats such as RGB, YUV, YCrCb, and others are supported by the CSC. more ...
AN-777: Dual AD9884A Design Guideline to Achieve UXGA Resolutions (pdf, 74,155 bytes)
There are many ways to implement a dual AD9884A design. This application note serves to make the user aware of the considerations that should be weighed when implementing this ping-pong configuration. Among the variables are layout and routing constraints, clock selection, graphics controller requirements, and maximum speed requirements. more ...
AN-776: Dual AD9981 Design Guideline to Achieve UXGA Resolutions (pdf, 88,867 bytes)
There are many ways to implement a dual AD9981 design. This application notes serves to make the user aware of the considerations that should be weighed when implementing this configuration. Among the variables are layout and routing constraints, clock selection, graphics controller requirements, and maximum speed requirements. more ...
AN-716: AD9887 Versus AD9887A Design Considerations (pdf, 147,916 bytes)
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