Is there a good reference design for analog video conversion to DVI with as few parts as possible?
Have you looked the parts available in Read First: Design Support Files Overview?
So the only way is to add another component taking the parallel digital
video and converting it to HDMI?
On Wed, Mar 8, 2017 at 1:38 PM, JeyasudhaMuthuPerumal <
One way to do it is the ADV7850. This is an analog to DVI/HDMI converter. But this solution has 2 down sides, 1) you have to be an HDCP adopter to purchase the part (expensive) 2) If you really want to say HDMI on the product then you have to be an HDMI adopter (still cost money) else if you can only use it in DVI mode.
Another way is to use a ADV7842-P plus ADV7511 like the EVAL-ADV7842-7511P board. The receiver has no keys so no HDCP license required. If you specify it will only be used for DVI then no issues with HDMI license.
There are some older parts the can convert analog to digital to feed the ADV7511 like the ADV7181D
BTW: the eval board mentioned above only cost ~$200 so it's easy to purchase and test with.
We don't required the HDMI license actually so I may have misled you. We
Is your answer still valid? What's the cheapest, easiest way?
On Wed, Mar 8, 2017 at 4:54 PM, GuenterL <
If you don't have and HDMI license then ADV7842-p plus ADV7511 is probably the best solution. I'd just copy the evaluation board.
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