AD8134 is an older version of AD8142 while the AD8147 is the higher version of both the AD8142 and AD8134. These three just differs in some of the specs like the power supply range, -3dB bandwidth, gain and the size of the exposed paddle…
Please check your schematic with below circuit note.https://ez.analog.com/video/f/q-a/7498/ad8142-ad8143-reference-design
AD8145 can be replaced with AD8143 which has lower bandwidth. AD8147 can be replaced with the following video drivers AD8134, AD8142 and AD8146.
For resistance details, Please refer https://ez.analog.com/video/f/q-a/7498/ad8142-ad8143-reference-design I beleive yes you can,AD8145 is designed to work with dual rails, like +-5 or +-2.5V, not just +5V. Sine the differential input is not AC coupled…
I require to convert RGsB (Gs means "Sync on Green") signals of a Single Ended video stream into Differential output.
I researched and found AD8134 to be suitable for the job. I developed an evaluation board on the resources…