• Protection fuse at LTC6801

    Dear all

    In your LTC6801 application, you recommended protection fuse at your datasheet(refer to attached file)

    How about LTC6802/LTC6803/LTC6811?

    Their datasheet does not presented above recommendation.

    Could you let me know my question?

    Best regar…

  • ltc6802是否可以接入 两组独立的串联电池? 如图


  • 2*2 MIMO setup


    Iam interested in implementing a MIMO 2*2 scenario where i will use 2 fpgas (1 as the transmitter and 1 as the receiver) where each one  will be connected with one AD-FMCOMMS3-EBZ.
    So the setup will be :
    FPGA_1 + AD-FMCOMMS3-EBZ_1 =Base stati…

  • ltc4413-2


    I am going to work with four power supplies and i want to make ORing with them' so that the greater of them will "win".

    the inputs voltage are:

    1. 4.1-3.5V (battery)
    2. 4.1-3.5V (battery)
    3. 3.7V
    4. 3.6V


    It is possible that all of them  exists…
  • 4:2:2 8bit ycrcb


    I have the EVAL-ADV7612-7511p video evaluation board .I'm using 7612 to receive  HDMI inputs from camera(720p @60) , and then feed to 7511 to output the video to the screen. 

    camera -> 7612 --> 7511 --> screen

    When adv7612 output 4:4:4 8bit ycrcb…

  • ADV7610 registers 4:2:2


    Thanks in advance.

    I have a input video signal whose format is: YCbCr (Digital YUV) 20 bit (10 chroma + 10 luma).. 1080p60 (1920x1080 60 fps).

    As I can read in this forum ADV7610 only supports four modes for SDR 4:2:2:

                     - 8 bit SDR ITU-R BT.656…

  • Connect with 2 jtags to 2 Processors

    I'm trying to connect with 2 jtags to 2 processors , BF547 and BF512, at the same time with no succes.

    I have no Problem to connect to each one of them separatly.

    I know that it's Posible to connect to 2 processors at the same time .

    Do you…

  • ADV7403 YUV 4:2:2?

    Can the ADV7403 output YUV 4:2:2 rather than YCbCr 4:2:2?



  • RE: LTC6948-2 unlock



    CPRST tri-states the charge pump and CPMID forces a mid-supply voltage on the charge pump. Both CPRST and CPMID should be set to 0 to allow the charge pump to operate properly.

    Also, if you are using the LTC6948-2 demo board, its loop filter…

  • RE: LTC6804-2 and LTC6811-2 reference voltage 1 and 2 at 0V.

    I'm having this same exact issue with the LTC6813 as well. The SPI communications work and a valid PEC is received always, however, the values themselves are 6.5535V and the REF voltages are always at 0V.