I know that ADV7611 convert HDMI to VGA & audio..
but i want to know how can converting HDMI to LVDS for display LCD resolution 800 X480??
The ADV7611 has a TTL output so any TTL to LVDS converter should work fine, such as the ADN4663 http://www.analog.com/en/interface-isolation/lvds/adn4663/products/product.html
The ADV7611 provides audio extraction and video decoding from the HDMI stream.
I'm not sure if this answered your question
thanks for your answer!!
i really want to know that ADV7611 is available for 800 x 480 LCD.
in ADV7611 datasheet , I can't find 800 X 480 LCD resolution !!
if it is possiable , How can i set the ADV7611 register ??
The ADV7611 should work fine for 800x480p
I've attached a set of scripts. This ADV7612 and ADV7611 have the same register sets. Look at script 6-1d, it shows you how to configure the 7611 for HDMI inputs of the frequency you want.. You can ignore the write to address 72 since they go to the ADV7511 on the eval. board. You may have to tweak the output format and justification to match your system
The chip will handle almost any input format as long as you don't exceed the specified clock rate.
Would the combination of ADV7612 and ADN4663 support resolutions of 1080P? We're looking a flexible design to handle LVDS panels up to dual channel with 1080P support.
The question is really what is the LVDS standard your panel is supporting.
LVDS is only a signalling method; a different one than TTL. If you are from
networking background - you may consider LVDS as a physical low-level
layer, above which there is yet another "encapsulated" layer - e.g. openLDI.
OpenLDI constains serialized data.
The ADN4663 is in fairness a TTL to LVDS converter but not a serializer.