Description The CXA1875AP/AM is developed as a 8-Bit 5 ch D/A Converter compatible with I2C bus.
Features • Serial control through I2C bus • 4 built-in general purpose I/O ports (Digital I/O) • I/O can be specified to respective ports independently • Selection of 8 slave addresses possible through address select pins (3 pins)
Applications I2C bus can control ICs that do not correspond to I2C bus by connecting the DC control pins of them.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION The TDA8753A is a monolithic CMOS 8-Bit video low-Power analog-to-digital conversion Interface for YUV signals. It converts the YUV analog input signal into 8-Bit binary coded digital words in format 4 : 1 : 1 at a sampling rate of 20 MHz. All analog signal inputs are clamped. The device includes a digital sample rate Converter for variable compression with a factor 1 to 2.
FEATURES • Triple analog-to-digital Converter • 8-Bit resolution • Sampling rate up to 20 MHz • Power dissipation of 500 mW (typical) • Internal clamp functions • 4 : 1 : 1 output data encoder • Y binary output • U, V twos complement outputs • Sample rate Converter permits programmable horizontal compression factors from 1 to 2 • Serial Microcontroller Interface • TTL compatible inputs.
APPLICATIONS • High-speed analog-to-digital conversion for video signal digitizing in 4 : 1 : 1 format • 100 Hz improved definition TV for all formats (4/3, 16/9, 14/9 etc.).
DESCRIPTION The TDA8707 is a CMOS triple 6-bit video low-Power analog-to-digital Converter (ADC) for RGB signals. It converts the analog inputs into 6-bit binary coded digital words at a sampling rate of 35 MHz. All analog signal inputs are clamped.
FEATURES • Triple analog-to-digital Converter (ADC) • 6-bit resolution • Sampling rate up to 35 MHz • Power dissipation of 335 mW (typical) • Internal clamping function • TTL compatible digital inputs • −40 to +85 °C operating temperature • CMOS digital outputs.
APPLICATIONS • High-speed analog-to-digital conversion for video signals • VGA signal treatment.
GENERAL DESCRIPTION The MP7626 is a CMOS 16-bit Digital-to-analog Converter (DAC) that is manufactured using advanced thin film resistors on a double metal CMOS process. It incorporates a unique bit decoding technique yielding lower glitch, higher speed and excellent accuracy over temperature and time. 16 bit differential non-linearity is achieved with minimal trimming.
FEATURES • Four Quadrant Multiplication • 16-Bit Monotonicity • Low Power Consumption • TTL/5 V CMOS Compatible • Single-Buffered or Transparent Data inputs • Decoded DAC Approach • Latch-Up Free • 8-Bit Bus Version: MP7636A
APPLICATIONS • Digitally Programmable References • Programmable Audio Attenuator • High Accuracy Process Control Systems • Automatic Test Equipment • Easy Interface to 8 and 16-Bit Microprocessor Buses
General Description The TC1321 is a serially accessible 10-bit voltage output Digital-to-analog Converter (DAC). The DAC produces an output voltage that ranges from ground to an externally supplied reference voltage. It operates from a single Power supply that can range from 2.7V to 5.5V, making it ideal for a wide range of applications. Built into the part is a Power-on Reset function that ensures that the device starts at a known condition. Communication with the TC1321 is accomplished via a simple 2-wire SMBus/I2C compatible serial port, with the TC1321 acting as a slave only device. The host can enable the SHDN bit in the CONFIG register to activate the Low Power Standby mode.
Features • 10-Bit Digital-to-analog Converter • 2.7-5.5V Single Supply Operation • Simple SMBus/I2CTM Serial Interface • Low Power: 350µA Operation, 0.5µA Shutdown • 8-Pin SOIC and 8-Pin MSOP Packages
Applications • Programmable Voltage Sources • Digital Controlled Amplifiers/Attenuators • Process Monitoring and Control
The AD396 is a high-speed Microprocessor compatible Quad 14-bit Digital-to-analog Converter. The AD396 contains four 14-bit, low Power multiplying Digital-to-analog Converters followed by precision voltage output amplifiers all in a compact 28-pin hybrid package. The design is based on a proprietary latched 14-bit CMOS DAC chip which reduces chip count and provides high reliability.
The TDA8787 is a 10-bit analog-to-digital Interface for CCD cameras. The device includes a correlated double sampling circuit, AGC and a low-Power 10-bit ADC together with its reference voltage regulator.
AGC gain is controlled via the serial Interface. The ADC input clamp level is controlled via the serial
• Correlated Double Sampling (CDS), Automatic Gain Control (AGC), 10-bit analog-to-Digital Converter (ADC) and reference regulator included
• Fully programmable via a 3-wire serial Interface
• Sampling frequency up to 18 MHz
• AGC gain range of 36 dB (in steps of 0.1 dB)
• Low Power consumption of only 190 mW (typ.)
• Power consumption in standby mode of 4.5 mW (typ.)
• 3.0 V operation and 2.5 to 3.6 V operation for the digital outputs
• Active control pulses polarity selectable via serial Interface