Broadcast reference monitor

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Broadcast reference monitor

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create an innovative broadcast reference monitor design with excellent picture quality with high refresh rates, a variety of input source capability and low-power consumption.

Design requirements:

Modern broadcast reference monitors often require:

  • Liquid crystal display (LCD) screen and local dimming light-emitting diode (LED) backlight drivers provide high dynamic range (HDR) monitors.
  • Versatile input source capabilities such as high-definition multimedia interface (HDMI) and serial digital interface (SDI ).
  • Highly-efficient and low-noise power supplies to avoid interference with interface and display data.

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Application note AN-2146 Power Design for SDI and Other Noise-Sensitive Devices (Rev. A) 29 Apr 2013
Application note AN-2145 Power Considerations for SDI Products (Rev. B) 26 Apr 2013
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White paper Build a true fidelity system using video signal conditioners 17 Jun 2016
Technical articles Untangling electric vehicle chargers – Getting started 07 Jul 2015
Application note 3G-SDI Cable Driver Compatibility Guide – TI / Semtech 04 Oct 2017
Technical articles Don’t power your FPGA like this! 03 Nov 2016
Technical articles How smart amps are bringing high-fidelity audio into the smart home 03 May 2021
Application note Simplifying 4K SDI Video Design with a Bidrectional I/O 02 Nov 2017

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