In CN-0282, connections are as follows:
ADV7611 P23 ADV7125 B7
ADV7611 P22 ADV7125 B6
ADV7611 P21 ADV7125 B5
ADV7611 P20 ADV7125 B4
ADV7611 P19 ADV7125 B3
ADV7611 P18 ADV7125 B2
ADV7611 P17 ADV7125 B1
ADV7611 P16 ADV7125 B0
ADV7611 P15 ADV7125…
I have a plan use the ADV7125 to interface with ADV7611 instead ADV7343.
Because ADV7343 Max. clock input frequency is 80MHz, but ADV7125 supports 170MHz as an industrial grade.
Shall i use the single ended RGB video output data from ADV7125…
I'm using the ADV7125 to to run XGA 1024x768 video at 65MHz pixel clock.
The design is based on the data sheet and EVM HDMI2RGB.
The problem is that I keep getting green dots and blur all over the frame.
What am I doing wrong?
Please refer this link ADV7125 timing inquiry .
Here you can find the schematic connection for adv7125.
I'd like to use the ADV7125 as for SDR, but I'm getting some unexpected loss at various frequencies. Is there a frequency response plot for the ADV7125 (up to 150MHz)?
Did you refer this product page for ADV7125 http://www.analog.com/en/products/digital-to-analog-converters/adv7125.html#product-documentation
Have you looked at the ADV7125?
The data output from ADv7611 is done on the negative edge of clock. The data input to ADv7125 is done on the rising edge of clock.
The min. for setup time for Adv7125 is specified as 0.5 ns for VAA = 5V timing and 0.2 ns for VAA =3V3 timing.