Data Encoder/Decoder (Signage Video Transmitter Card)

Description

Integrated circuits and reference designs help you create data encoders and decoders. Whether you need video/audio compression technologies for storage and transport, or data decompression process for playback and monitoring, we have the right ingredients to reconstruct data for flexible designs.

Data encoders and decoders designs often require:

  • Maximized design flexibility and reduced board and IC count
  • Low latency from port to port with best quality and bandwidth utilization
  • Support for a variety of video and audio formats and standards
  • Performance approved video and audio codecs for quick time to market

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Application Notes (9)

Title Abstract Type Size (KB) Date Views
PDF 1.16 MB 31 Oct 2017 26
PDF 153 KB 13 Sep 2017 5
PDF 151 KB 13 Sep 2017 4
PDF 281 KB 13 Sep 2017 2
PDF 225 KB 13 Sep 2017 3
HTM 8 KB 26 Apr 2013 437
HTM 8 KB 26 Apr 2013 26
HTM 8 KB 03 Aug 2009 22
HTM 8 KB 15 Jan 2009 18

Tools & Software

Name Part # Company Software/Tool Type
Evaluation Board for the LMH1981 Multi-Format Video Sync Separator LMH1981MTEVAL Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
LMH0324 3G/HD/SD SDI Adaptive Cable Equalizer Evaluation Module LMH0324-18EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
LMH1219 Ultra HD Adaptive Cable Equalizer With Integrated Reclocker Evaluation Module LMH1219EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
LMH1297 12G Bidirectional I/O Evaluation Module LMH1297EVM Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards
LMH1982 Multi-Rate Video Clock Generator with LMH1981 HD/SD Video Sync Separator EVM LMH1982SQEEVAL Texas Instruments Evaluation Modules & Boards

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White Papers (1)

Title Abstract Type Size (MB) Date Views
PDF 1.04 MB 23 Feb 2016 22

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