Routing & transport systems for broadcast

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Routing & transport systems for broadcast

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create routing and transport systems for broadcast. Whether you need to design hundreds of channels of video routers or various channels of audio switchers, we have the right ingredients and solutions.

Design requirements:

Routing and transport systems for broadcast designs often require:

  • Auto signal detection and conditioning to simplify system design.
  • Comprehensive portfolio of SDI/ASI/AES solutions.
  • Outstanding maintainability and redundancy to enable 24/7 application continuity.
  • High-power density and efficiency for larger scale routing systems.

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Type Title Date
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
Technical articles Is a LiFePO4 or Lithium-ion battery better for eCall systems? 25 Oct 2016
Technical articles Eight things to consider when choosing haptic feedback ā€“ part 2 18 Aug 2016
White paper Build a true fidelity system using video signal conditioners 17 Jun 2016
Technical articles The D-CAP+ā„¢ Modulator: Evaluating the small-signal robustness 15 Nov 2017
Application note Design Considerations for SMPTE 3 Gbps SDI Interfaces 06 Dec 2011
Application note Getting Signal Launch Right for High Speed Sub-systems 06 Dec 2011
Application note 3G-SDI Cable Driver Compatibility Guide ā€“ TI / Semtech 04 Oct 2017
Application note Simplifying 4K SDI Video Design with a Bidrectional I/O 02 Nov 2017
Technical articles What is the difference between Code Composer Studio v4 and v5? 01 Nov 2010

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