I am using the video encoder IC ADV7393 to encode 16bit RGB to Y/C output. But as per the requirement, the output should be differential Y_p/n and C_p/n output. Can the single ended outputs be connected directly to differential output pins of external connector or a single ended to differential converter is required? Or can you suggest a different part that meets the requirement (Analog, 1VP-P terminated condition, differential, 75Ohm).
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Thanks and regards,
Do I need a single ended to differential converter in between?
yes,please refer below receiver/decoder example for differential output support.
Are you looking for CAT5 type drivers/receivers? http://www.analog.com/en/products/audio-video/video-amplifiers-analog-video-functions/cat-5-video-drivers.html http://www.analog.com/en/products/audio-video/video-amplifiers-analog-video-functions/cat-5-video-receivers.html
or op amp style amplifiers like the AD8042
And also please refer ADV7125 DAC but it is a digital input and analog differential output
And also refer below thread for reference.
video line driver and receiver for differential input and output
Beleive that this would be helpful.