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Writing ADV7619 Edid Ram above 0xFF

Question asked by andy1958 on May 27, 2015
Latest reply on Jun 22, 2015 by andy1958


We may have a need to write an EDID Block 2 in our application.  How is this done using the ADV7619, as the EDID map only has 256 addresses to write to edid ram?


(UG-237 implies that the ADV7619 eid ram is 512 bytes long - is that correct?)


Thanks in advance,