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THS7327PHP

3-Channel RGBHV Video Buffer with I2C Control, Selectable Filters, Monitor Pass-Thru, 2:1 MUX

Packaging

Package | PIN: PHP | 48
Temp: I (-40 to 85)
Carrier: Partial Tray
Qty Price
1-9 $8.07
10-24 $7.26
25-99 $6.78
100-249 $6.08
250-499 $5.68
500-749 $4.94
750-999 $4.28
1000+ $4.19

Features

  • 3-Video Amplifiers for CVBS, S-Video, SD/ED/HD Y'P'BP'R, G'B'R', and R'G'B' Video
  • HV Sync Paths With Adj. Schmitt Trigger
  • 2:1 Input MUX
  • I2C™ Control of All Functions
  • Integrated Low-Pass Filters on ADC Buffers
    • 5th Order Butterworth Characteristics
    • Selectable Corner Frequencies of 9-MHz, 16-MHz, 35-MHz, and 75-MHz with Bypass (500-MHz)
  • Selectable Input Bias Modes:
    • AC-Coupled with Sync-Tip Clamp
    • AC-Coupled with Bias
    • DC-Coupled with Offset Shift
    • DC-Coupled
  • Monitor Pass-Thru Function:
    • Passes the Input Signal With no Filtering
    • 500-MHz BW and 1300 V/µs Slew Rate
    • 6-dB Gain With SAG Correction Capable
    • High Output Impedance in Disable State
  • 2.7-V to 5-V Single Supply Operation
  • Low 330 mW at 3.3-V Power Consumption
  • Disable Function Reduces Current to < 1 µA
  • Rail-to-Rail Output:
    • Output Swings Within 0.1 V From the Rails Which Allows AC or DC Output Coupling
  • RoHS TQFP Package

Texas Instruments  THS7327PHP

Fabricated using the new complementary silicon-germanium (SiGe) BiCom-III process, the THS7327 is a low-power, single-supply 2.7-V to 5-V, 3-channel integrated video buffer with H and V Sync signal paths. It incorporates a selectable 5th order Butterworth anti-aliasing filter on each channel. The 9-MHz is a perfect choice for SDTV video including composite, S-Video™, and 480i/576i. The 16-MHz filter is ideal for EDTV 480p/576p and VGA signals. The 35-MHz filter is useful for HDTV 720p/1080i and SVGA signals. The 75-MHz filter is ideal for HDTV 1080p and XGA/SXGA signals. For UXGA/QXGA R’G’B’ signals, the filter can be bypassed allowing a 500-MHz bandwidth, 1150-V/µs amplifier to buffer the signal.