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Parameters

Protocols DisplayPort Speed (Max) (Gbps) 5.4 Supply voltage (V) 3.3 Operating temperature range (C) 0 to 85 open-in-new Find other HDMI, DisplayPort & MIPI ICs

Package | Pins | Size

VQFN (RGZ) 48 49 mm² 7 x 7 open-in-new Find other HDMI, DisplayPort & MIPI ICs

Features

  • Supports DP v1.1a and DP v1.2 Signaling
    Including HBR2 Data Rates to 5.4 Gbps
  • Supports HDMI 1.4a With TMDS Clock
    Frequencies up to 340 MHz
  • Glueless Interface to AMD, Intel, and NVIDIA
    Graphics Processors
  • Auto-Configuration Through Link Training
  • Output Signal Conditioning With Tunable Voltage
    Swing and Pre-Emphasis Gain
  • Highly Configurable Input Variable Equalizer
  • Two Device Options Including a Dual Power
    Supply Configuration for Lowest Power
  • 2-kV ESD HBM Protection
  • Temperature Range: 0°C to 85°C
  • 48-Pin 7-mm × 7-mm VQFNPackage
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Description

The SN75DP130 device is a single channel DisplayPort™ (DP) re-driver that regenerates the DP high-speed digital link. The device complies with the VESA DisplayPort Standard Version 1.2, and supports a 4-lane Main Link interface signaling up to HBR2 rates at 5.4 Gbps per lane. This device also supports DP++ Dual-Mode, offering TMDS signaling for DVI and full HDMI Version 1.4a support.

The device compensates for PCB-related frequency loss and switching-related loss to provide the optimum DP electrical performance from source to sink. The Main Link signal inputs feature configurable equalizers with selectable boost settings. At the Main Link output, four primary levels of differential output voltage swing (VOD) and four primary levels of pre-emphasis are available. A secondary level of boost adjustment, programmed through I2C, for fine-tuning the Main Link output. The device can monitor the AUX channel and automatically adjust the output signaling levels and input equalizers in response to Link Training commands. Additionally, the SN75DP130 output signal conditioning and EQ parameters are fully programmable through the I2C interface.

The SN75DP130 is optimized for mobile applications, and contains activity detection circuitry on the Main Link input that transitions to a low-power Output Disable mode in the absence of a valid input signal. Other low-power modes are supported, including a standby mode with typical dissipation of approximately 2 mW when no video sink (for example, monitor) is connected.

The device is characterized for an extended operational temperature range from 0°C to 85°C.

The SN75DP130 offers separate AUX and DDC source interfaces that connect to one AUX sink channel. This minimizes component count when implemented with a graphics processor (GPU) comprising separate DDC and AUX interfaces. For GPUs with combined DDC/AUX, the device can operate as a FET switch to short-circuit the AUX channel AC coupling caps while connected to a TMDS sink device. Other sideband circuits such as Hot Plug Detect (HPD) are optimized to reduce external components, providing a seamless connection to Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA graphics processors.

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Technical documentation

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* Datasheet SN75DP130 DisplayPort™ 1:1 Redriver With Link Training datasheet (Rev. E) Mar. 31, 2015
Application notes High-Speed Layout Guidelines for Signal Conditioners and USB Hubs Jun. 14, 2018
Technical articles Small doesn’t mean you compromise performance when implementing signal isolation May 25, 2017
Technical articles How to select a redriver or retimer for HDMI 2.0 jitter cleansing May 01, 2017
White papers Build a true fidelity system using video signal conditioners Jun. 09, 2016
Application notes Implementation Guide: DP130 in a Sink Sep. 13, 2014
Technical articles Upgrading the standard: a better way to drive peripherals Jun. 20, 2014
Selection guides High-Speed Switch and Redriver Guide May 07, 2014
Technical articles How Thunderbolt™ 2 enables 4k video resolution Apr. 03, 2014
User guides SN75DP130 EVM Users Manual (Rev. A) Jan. 20, 2012

Design & development

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Hardware development

EVALUATION BOARDS Download
document-generic User guide
$399.00
Description
The SN75DP130DSEVM is designed to provide easy evaluation of the SN75DP130DS device. It is also meant to serve as a reference design to show a practical example of how to use the device in a mass-production system. The SN75DP130DS is a high-speed one-to-one redriver for Display Port signals with a (...)
Features
  • Free-standing evaluation for DisplayPort applications
  • Basic Reference Design
  • On-Board Jumpers to adjust:
    • Equalization
    • CAD Sink Over Ride
    • HPD Sink Over Ride
  • EVM Power Options
    • Provided +5V DC power supply
    • Any ac-to-dc converter can be used as long as it has a 2.5mm plug with the positive terminal in the (...)
EVALUATION BOARDS Download
document-generic User guide
$399.00
Description
The SN75DP130SSEVM is designed to provide easy evaluation of the SN75DP130SS device. It is also meant to serve as a reference design to show a practical example of how to use the device in a mass-production system. The SN75DP130SS is a high-speed one-to-one redriver for Display Port signals with a (...)
Features
  • Free-standing evaluation for DisplayPort applications
  • Basic Reference Design
  • On-Board Jumpers to adjust:
    • Equalization
    • CAD Sink Over Ride
    • HPD Sink Over Ride
  • EVM Power Options
    • Provided +5V DC power supply
    • Any ac-to-dc converter can be used as long as it has a 2.5mm plug with the positive terminal in the (...)

Design tools & simulation

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