I understand the ADV7441A supports non-standard video sources and higher sample rates (54MHz).
I need to support EIA-RS-170 video input (1315x480 resolution, monocrome). Will the ADV7441A be able to handle the analogue video at 1315x480? Thanks.
The ADV7441A is quite old and is not recommended for new designs. Have you considered one of our newer products?
Yes, unfortunately I need industrial grade (and I cannot use BGA for this project).
Assuming you need a video decoder and DVI/HDMI receiver, have you considered ADV7181D+ADV7611?
Thanks Matt for your quick response.
I am trying to find a one chip solution (supporting both RS170 and DVI) because I am running out of pins on my high speed connector. The digital output (i.e. RGB) will be going to another circuit board.
Do you know why ADV7441A is NRND? I heard ADV7842 is the suggested replacement but it's not industrial grade.
I think since the monocrome RS-170 resolution is a non-standard video, I'll need to use the Component Processor. Please correct me if I'm wrong.
Using some logic, you can combine the output of ADV7181D and ADV7611.
ADV7441A is NRND because it has many issues and is difficult to support these days. We are requesting customers use newer (and less-expensive) alternatives for new designs.
I do not even know if ADV7441A supports RS-170. Please see the following thread:
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