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Analogix to accelerate DisplayPort adoption
At the Video Electronics Standards Association (VESA) PlugTest in Japan, Analogix Semiconductor, a high-speed digital interface company, unveils the first samples of the ANX9824 chip that performs DisplayPort-to-TTL level conversion. The novelty combines an integrated DisplayPort receiver and a microcontroller in one package. It is claimed to make it easier to connect the signal source to the display and speaker system.
ANX9824 fully compliant with DisplayPort 1 specification.1a, supports transmission up to 10.8 Gbps over a single patch cable. Data is transferred at 1.2 Gbps or 2.7 Gbps over 1, 2, or 4 separate differential pairs – 2.2 times the capability of single-link DVI or HDMI 1.2. One of the main uses of the ANX9824 could be direct drive monitor (DDM) applications, which will support programmable video processing and variable color depth. The ANX9824 also features an S / PDIF interface (up to eight audio input channels and two output channels) and an auxiliary channel (AUX CH) with a bandwidth of 1 Mbps.
The microcircuit is designed to be powered from a 3.3 or 1.2 V voltage source. Available in several design options. At the initial stage, the new product will be available in a 144-pin LQFP package.
Source: Analogix Semiconductor