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Splitter 1:2

Hello, we need a splitter IC. We will produce a product like the product in the picture. It features 4K HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.3.

The point to be noted is: VGA and HDMI will output simultaneously. Do you have any IC to be used in this product?

In a 1:2 product, one of the outputs is HDMI and the other is VGA. But both outputs can be active at the same time, both can be on HDMI.

Thank you...



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[edited by: Pınar at 10:09 PM (GMT -5) on 9 Mar 2022]

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  • FormerMember
    FormerMember
Mar 10, 2022 in reply to Pınar +1 verified

One mode of operation for the ADV7672 is as a 1:2 splitter.  What goes in the ingress port would come out both egress ports.  The part is still under NDA therefore the requirement to go through your local…

Check out the ADV7672

https://www.analog.com/en/products/adv7672.html

To get more information on this part you will need to contact your local FAE support team.

No simple splitter will output VGA and HDMI at the same time.  Most splitters can handle VGA and HDMI but not convert between the two since the timing formats are different.

  • Hi there;

    It doesn't matter if it's VGA or not. Both outputs can be HDMI. We just need two active outputs that can output simultaneously.

    For example, the circuit whose picture I have added/shared before provides output to both a 4K HDMI 2.0 (with HDCP) monitor and a VGA monitor at the same time. We can cancel VGA, we need 2 x HDMI Output which can output simultaneously. To be able to operate two different monitors simultaneously via HDMI.

    We are designing a similar device. Both monitors must be turned on.

    We are looking for an IC that can send images to both devices. Is ADV7672 suitable for us?

    Thank you...

  • FormerMember
    +1 FormerMember on Mar 10, 2022 9:01 AM in reply to Pınar

    One mode of operation for the ADV7672 is as a 1:2 splitter.  What goes in the ingress port would come out both egress ports.  The part is still under NDA therefore the requirement to go through your local FAE or sale rep. to get more information.