The AD8195 is an HDMI™/DVI buffer featuring equalized TMDS inputs and preemphasized TMDS outputs, ideal for systems with long cable runs. The AD8195 includes...
Datasheet AD8195 on Analog.com
I have an AD8195 in my design which is powered by a dedicated 3.3V produced by a LDO. This voltage is only connected to AD8195, decoupling capacitors and some high value pull-ups. The current measured at the output of the same LDO is 290 mA which is almost twice as much as the maximum possible current I calculated with numbers in your specification. AD8195 is configured to work with input termination and without preemphasis. HDMI is working but AD8195 is hot and it happen that my LDO enter current protection mode. Do you have any idea why the AD8195 would draw more current than what specified?
The fallowing table was used to calculate the maximum current. Current on 5.5 V are set to 0 to calculate the current from 3.3 V supply only. Maximum current from your specification are used.