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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  • For AVES3 to be able to connect using ADIII2C CY7C68013, S10 on the EVAL-ADV7622/23EB1Z should be pointing away from SW_ENABLE.

    Here are the jumper settings on my board:

    * K20 jumper is in the B position

    * K30 jumper is only on one pin (OFF)

    * J8 has jumpers on each of the five pairs

    * J18 has jumpers on each of the two pairs

    * J19 has jumpers on each of the two pairs

    * K24 jumper is in the A position

    Nothing else has jumpers.

    With this configuration, the board powered on, the PC's USB port connected to the board's USB port, AVES3 should be able to connect using ADIII2C CY7C68013. If the connection is successful, then you should see the "NONE" change to "ADIII2C CY7C68013" and the connection window should close automatically.

    On the main AVES3 window, you should see "Port Open ACK Open ADII2C_CY7C68013".

    On the AVES3Server window, you should see "ACK Open ADII2C_CY7C68013".

    I hope this helps.

    -Matt

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  • For AVES3 to be able to connect using ADIII2C CY7C68013, S10 on the EVAL-ADV7622/23EB1Z should be pointing away from SW_ENABLE.

    Here are the jumper settings on my board:

    * K20 jumper is in the B position

    * K30 jumper is only on one pin (OFF)

    * J8 has jumpers on each of the five pairs

    * J18 has jumpers on each of the two pairs

    * J19 has jumpers on each of the two pairs

    * K24 jumper is in the A position

    Nothing else has jumpers.

    With this configuration, the board powered on, the PC's USB port connected to the board's USB port, AVES3 should be able to connect using ADIII2C CY7C68013. If the connection is successful, then you should see the "NONE" change to "ADIII2C CY7C68013" and the connection window should close automatically.

    On the main AVES3 window, you should see "Port Open ACK Open ADII2C_CY7C68013".

    On the AVES3Server window, you should see "ACK Open ADII2C_CY7C68013".

    I hope this helps.

    -Matt

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