Features and Benefits
- Low power HDMI/DVI transmitter ideal for portable applications
- CEC controller and buffer reduces system overhead
- Please see data sheet for additional general features.
- 80 MHz operation supports all video and graphics resolutions from 480i to 1080i
- Programmable 2-way color space converter
- Please see data sheet for additional digital video features.
- Supports standard S/PDIF for stereo LPCM or compressed audio up to 192 kHz
- 2-channel uncompressed LPCM I2S audio up to 192 kHz
- On-chip MPU with I2C master to perform EDID reading and HDCP operations; reports HDMI events through interrupts and registers
- 5 V tolerant I2C and HPD I/Os, no extra device needed
- Please see data sheet for additional special features.
The ADV7523 is an 80 MHz, high definition multimedia interface (HDMI®) transmitter. It supports HDTV formats up to 1080i and computer graphic resolutions up to XGA at 75 Hz. With the optional inclusion of embedded HDCP keys, the ADV7523 allows the secure transmission of protected content, as specified by the HDCP 1.3 protocol.
The ADV7523 supports x.v.Color™ (Gamut Metadata) for a wider color gamut.
The ADV7523 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 ADV7523 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 ADV7523 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.
- Cellular handsets
- Digital video cameras
- Digital still cameras
- Personal media players
- DVD players and recorders
- Digital set-top boxes
- HDMI repeaters
Additional support is available from your Analog Devices local sales. Information about obtaining licenses required for using HDMI and HDCP technologies is available from www.hdmi.org and www.digital-cp.com.
Product Lifecycle Not Recommended for New Designs
This designates products ADI does not recommend broadly for new designs.