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Parameters

Protocols HDMI Speed (Max) (Gbps) 3.4 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 VQFN (RGZ) 48 49 mm² 7.0 x 7.0 WQFN (RSB) 40 25 mm² 5 x 5 open-in-new Find other HDMI, DisplayPort & MIPI ICs

Features

  • DisplayPort Physical Layer Input Port to TMDS Physical Layer Output Port
  • Integrated TMDS Level-Shifting Re-driver With Receiver Equalization
  • Supports Data Rates up to 3.4 Gbps
  • Achieves HDMI 1.4b Compliance
  • 3D HDMI Support With TMDS Clock Rates up to 340 MHz
  • 4k × 2k Operation (30 Hz, 24bpp)
  • Deep Color Supporting 36bpp
  • Integrated I2C Logic Block for DVI/HDMI Connector Recognition
  • Integrated Active I2C Buffer
  • Enhanced ESD: 10 kV on All Pins
  • Enhanced Commercial Temperature Range: 0°C to 85°C
  • 48-Pin 7-mm × 7-mm VQFN (RGZ) Package
  • 40-Pin 5-mm × 5-mm WQFN (RSB) Package

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Description

The SN75DP139 is a dual-mode DisplayPort input to Transition-Minimized Differential Signaling (TMDS) output. The TMDS output has a built-in level-shifting re-driver supporting Digital Video Interface (DVI) 1.0 and High Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) 1.4b standards. The SN75DP139 is specified up to a maximum data rate of 3.4 Gbps, supporting resolutions greater then 1920 × 1200 or HDTV 12-bit color depth at 1080p (progressive scan). The SN75DP139 is compliant with the HDMI 1.4b specifications and supports optional protocol enhancements such as 3D graphics at resolutions demanding a pixel rate up to 340 MHz.

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Technical documentation

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* Datasheet SN75DP139 DisplayPort to TMDS Level-Shifting Re-Driver datasheet (Rev. F) Jul. 14, 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

Design & development

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