TVP5147 Evaluation Module
- TVP5147 Evaluation Module User's Guide
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The TVP5147EVM evaluation module is used to demonstrate the TVP5147M1. The TVP5147 is a high performance NTSC/PAL/SECAM 10-bit video decoder. It converts analog baseband video into digital component data. With an adaptive 5-line comb filter for high quality Y/C separation, a New Robust Sync Detector for improved performance with VCR trick modes (ffw, rew, pause and play), weak or noisy signals and nonstandard input signals, the TVP5147M1 is the ideal video decoder for all medium to high end video applications.
The TVP5147M1 supports various combinations of CVBS, S-Video, or YPbPr/RGB component. The digital output data is provided as either ITU-R BT.601 with discrete HSYNC and VSYNC or ITU-R BT.656 with embedded syncs. The TVP5147M1 also provides Macrovision detection and a flexible VBI data processor to support all of today's VBI data formats.Specifications:
The TVP5147EVM was designed for ease of use to minimize set up time while providing a complete evaluation system for the TVP5147M1 video decoder.
The TVP5147EVM includes the TVP5147 NTSC/PAL/SECAM Video Decoder Board Module, an Encoder Board Module, a universal 5V power supply and a parallel port cable.
It also includes a Windows™ 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP compatible application called WinVCC4 (Windows Video Control Center). WinVCC4 communicates with the TVP5147EVM via I2C through a PC parallel port connection and provides the means for manipulating system register settings.
This software is provided with the TVP5147EVM.
- Supports CVBS, S-Video, and YPbPr/RGB component
- Supports ITU-R BT.601 with discrete syncs or ITU-R BT.656 digital outputs
- Provides re-encoded video outputs via a broadcast quality video encoder
- Supports CVBS, S-Video or YPbPr/RGB analog component video outputs
- Easy to use EVM system
- Easy to use Windows based software
- Provides default register configuration for easy setup
- Supports user-customizable register configurations to support development efforts