I am using a AD9398 in a new design, but I am have difficulty is configuring the part. I am not using HDCP and thus those pins are not connected. When I bring the part of our reset, I can see activity on the output Syncs, Clocks lines…
I want to receive the video of 720x576i(Hz) format from the Graphic card of ATI through HDMI interface.
I set the 576i format in the Detailed timing descriptor of the EDID structure , and I can find the 1440x576i(50Hz) format in the EDID report…
I talked with Steve and he explained that you all needed to use AD9398 rather than ADV7611 due to package size.
I'll try to pull in the AD9398 expert to point us in the right direction. In the mean time, please check out the AD9398 Design…
I am looking for the register map for the AD9398. I can't seem to find it from the AD9398 product page.
I know AD9398 is NRND (thanks for all your help DaveD), but really is the right part for my client's needs, so can anyone tell me exactly what we get if we buy an Eval Board, in terms of schematic, layout, reference design, register settings, etc.…
Noise issue occurs on audio output from AD9398.
Noise issue is that small pop noise occurs one time per 5 seconds. And you can hear it on 10kHz sine wave more easily than 1kHz sine wave.
The condition is following.
-All pictures(480p,1080i, VGA)
WE have disign some HDMI TX/RX cards . The old version use ad9889b and ad9398 , and the new version use sil9136-3 and ADV7619 . But now we have some problem when use ad9398 to receive sil9136-3's PAL output . The test result is :
I ran into a problem with AD9398 chip and I was wondering if somone could help me out with it.
Here it is,
I am having problem with SONY (HVR-HD1000J) camera as source for my HDMI capture board
During connection to the AD9398 HDMI receiver…
Since my problem is also related to the AD9389B setup, I thought I'll mention my problem here instead of creating a new thread. I'm using the AD9389B as well for a 1080p output & I've setup the registers correctly (or so I assume).…
I'd like to know how AD9398 detects the signal is HDMI or DVI.