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ADV7511 vs ADV7524A

Hello

My customer needs an HDMI Transmitter.

The input signal to the HDMI transmitter comes from a camera via their own ASIC which  provides a digital data bus (16,24 bits) with sync and DE signals to the HDMI chip.

What best can be proposed for such design? (not consumer)

ADV7511 vs ADV7524A or other ?

I cannot find the full documentation package for the ADV7524A. Can you pls send the links?

Do we need an HDCP licence for those parts?

Thanks

Freddy

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  • Hi Freddy,

    ADV7524A is an NDA part so we can't discuss or support it on EngineerZone. You'll need to go through ADI sales for that one.

    It's required to be an HDCP adopter for receivers, we don't require it for transmitter parts as you can't decode anything with them.

    One thing to realize with HDMI is that if the video format is not a CEA or VESA standard, even if it works with ADV7511, displays probably won't accept it.

    Dave

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  • Hi Freddy,

    ADV7524A is an NDA part so we can't discuss or support it on EngineerZone. You'll need to go through ADI sales for that one.

    It's required to be an HDCP adopter for receivers, we don't require it for transmitter parts as you can't decode anything with them.

    One thing to realize with HDMI is that if the video format is not a CEA or VESA standard, even if it works with ADV7511, displays probably won't accept it.

    Dave

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