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Ljubisa Bajic 11-02-2003 03:23 AM

Video decoder and encoder IC's
 
Hello Everyone,

I am interested in buying ntsc video decoder and encoder ic's for a
personal
project. Specifically, I am looking for the simplest possible ic's
that take
in an analog signal and output a ccir656/601 8 bit stream (and vice
versa). No YCbCr->RGB color conversion or video scaling capability is
required, and simple luma/chroma separation would suffice. Does anyone
here have some applicable experience ? If so, please point me to a
good vendor for these, and, if you can, a ball-park estimate of a
price for these.

Thanks in advance,
Ljubisa Bajic

Khim Bittle 11-02-2003 03:57 AM

Re: Video decoder and encoder IC's
 
On 1 Nov 2003 19:23:43 -0800, [email protected] (Ljubisa Bajic)
wrote:

>Hello Everyone,
>
>I am interested in buying ntsc video decoder and encoder ic's for a
>personal
>project. Specifically, I am looking for the simplest possible ic's
>that take
>in an analog signal and output a ccir656/601 8 bit stream (and vice
>versa). No YCbCr->RGB color conversion or video scaling capability is
>required, and simple luma/chroma separation would suffice. Does anyone
>here have some applicable experience ? If so, please point me to a
>good vendor for these, and, if you can, a ball-park estimate of a
>price for these.
>
>Thanks in advance,
>Ljubisa Bajic


hello,

Try an AD7176 for the Encoder (www.analog.com).

Decoders ... skip the AD7183, TVP5145 is ok but draws a lot of power
and has more than you need , the new TVP5150A is very tiny however I
am just designing first board with this part (www.ti.com) , SAA7111A
but may be harder to get (www.philips.com) , VPX3226 is very cool
(www.micronas.com) , there are other options for special requirements.

www.arrow.com or www.avnet.com will provide pricing ... symmetry
electronics for micronas ... most of these parts are $10-20 depending
upon volume.

Good Luck, Khim Bittle

www.cliftonsystems.com
Specializing in video acquistion & processing and cool video widgets
with the Altera Cyclone.



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