ADV7622 drivers

I am looking for the USB drivers for the ADV7622/7623 eval board. Our customer

has the appropriate HDCP license, which is how they were able to purchase the

board. On ADI’s website for the ADV7622 - https://ez.analog.com/docs/DOC-3113 -

it states “The ADV7622 is also supported with a comprehensive software driver.

For more information on this software driver, please contact your local ADI

sales office.” My customer is asking for this driver. How do we get it?

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Nov 19, 2015 6:54 PM

    Hi Hank,

    Customer will need to sign an SLA. Have their Sales/TSM contact me to get that started.


    Thanks,
    Dave

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Dec 2, 2015 12:47 AM

    Hi Hank,

    Is the customer looking for the Windows driver to interface with the Cypress USB-to-I2C on the evaluation board?

    Or are they looking for the software driver which runs on the ARM processor on the evaluation board and configures the ADV7622?

    These are very different things.

    -Matt

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    •  Analog Employees 
    on Dec 10, 2015 9:54 PM

    With regards to the source code for the software driver which runs on the evaluation board's ARM processor and dynamically controls the ADV7622, the customer will need to work with ADI sales to sign an SLA, as Dave mentioned above.

    With regards to the Windows driver to interface with the Cypress USB-to-I2C, I believe this should load automatically when the customers connects a powered evaluation board to Windows via USB. What operating system is the customer using? Windows 7 32-bit or Windows 7 64-bit?

    -Matt

  • Hello Matt,

    I am confirming the OS.

    What the customer is asking for is "I2C drivers to allow the DVP application to go in and read/write to the registers". Does that require the SLA or is that something that should happen when the evaluation board is connected to the PC?

    I am assuming the SLA. I have contacted my local ADI sales for the SLA process, but this is still open after several weeks. How do we move this forward?

    Thanks,
    Chris