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ADV7802 Design Support Files

Attached and linked are several files supporting the development of systems using the ADV7802.

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File Content
ADV7802 Product Page Link to Product Page
ADV7802 Datasheet Link to ADV7802 Datasheet
Additional Support Documents
ADV7802_HW_RevB.pdf Hardware Manual (file attached below in ADV7800 Manuals.zip)
ADV7802_SW_RevC.pdf Software Manual (file attached below in ADV7800 Manuals.zip)
ADV7802_2D_only_operation.pdf

Guidelines for operating the ADV7802 in 2D mode without external memory

(file attached below)

ADV7802 Memory BIST test

Document listing a Built-in self test for memory interface

(file attached below)

IBIS Model
ADV7802.ibs Link to IBIS model
Evaluation Board Support

ADV7802ES2IO_ADV7802ES2SDP_ADV7802ES2CP_

ADV7802ES2VDP_ADV7341B-VER.3.03dDDR.txt

Scripts to run on the evaluation board with the DDR memory option

(file attached below in ADV7802 Evaluation Board Documents.zip)

ADV7802ES2IO_ADV7802ES2SDP_ADV7802ES2CP_

ADV7802ES2VDP_ADV7341B-VER.3.03dSDR.txt

Scripts to run on the evaluation board with the SDR memory option

(file attached below in ADV7802 Evaluation Board Documents.zip)

Comments
Anonymous
    •  Analog Employees 
    over 5 years ago in reply to cm_Hardware

    Those writes are to configure the video decoder which is part of the test set up for the ADV7802

  • Hello,

    In the 2D only operation document, there is an example script at the end. However, the addresses are extremely strange for me. For example:

    54 17 02 ; Software Reset

    What is 54?! According to the SW manual there is no such address, but regarding the comment I would guess it is the I/O block, since that one has a "Resets" register, but then the next byte is 0x17 which should be 0x60 for the "Resets" address....

    Please correct me if I have a big mistake in my mind.

    Thank you very much in advance!

    Best Regards,

    Krisztian Bakos

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