The PTN3392 is a DisplayPort to VGA adapter IC designed to connect a DisplayPort source to a VGA sink. The device integrates a DisplayPort receiver and a high-speed triple video digital-to-analog converter that supports display resolutions from VGA to WUXGA. PTN3392 is designed for single supply and minimizes application costs. It can be powered directly from the DisplayPort source side at 3.3 V supply without a need for additional core voltage regulator.
2-lane DisplayPort to VGA adapter IC
- Dongle PC accessory
- Desktop and notebook computers
- Notebook docking stations
- Supports either one or two DisplayPort v1.1a lanes operating at either 2.7 Gbit/s or 1.62 Gbit/s per lane
- Supports ‘Flash-over-AUX’ field upgradability
- Monitor presence detection
- Hot Plug Detect (HPD) signal to the source
- Cost-effective design optimized for VGA application
- On-board crystal oscillator for use with external 27 MHz crystal
NXP’s TDA5051AT home automation modem is specifically dedicated to ASK transmission through the means of the home power supply network. The transmission and reception stages of the device are controlled by either the master clock of the microcontroller or the on-chip reference oscillator connected to a crystal. With this, accuracy of the transmission carrier is assured and as well as the exact trimming of the digital filter, making a totally independent performance from application disturbances.
- Home appliance control
- Energy/heating control
- Amplitude Shift Keying data transmission
- Full digital carrier generation and shaping
- Modulation/demodulation frequency set by clock adjustment
- High clock rate of 6-bit DAC
- Fully integrated output power stage with overload protection
- Automatic Gain Control at Receiver input
- Easy compliance with EN50065-1 with simple coupling network
- Few external components for low cost applications
What’s in the NXP PCF8538?
- Designed for High Contrast Vertical Alignment LCD
- Includes an internal charge pump with internal capacitors
- Offers Programmable temperature compensation of the LCD supply Voltage
- Easily controlled by microcontroller through either I2C or four-line bidirectional SPI bus
- Medical and health care
- Measuring equipment
- Machine control systems
- Information boards
- White goods
- General-purpose display modules
- Low power consumption
- Two sets of backplane outputs providing higher flexibility for optimal COG layout configurations
- Up to 4 chips can be cascaded to drive larger displays with an internally generated or externally supplied VLCD
- Wide range for digital and analog power supply: from 2.5 V to 5.5 V
- Wide LCD voltage range from 4.0 V for low threshold LCDs up to 12.0 V for high threshold twisted nematic and Vertical Alignment (VA) displays
- Display memory bank switching in static, duplex, and quadruplex drive modes
- Programmable frame frequency in the range of 45 Hz to 300 Hz; factory calibrated with a tolerance of ±3 Hz (at 80 Hz)
- Selectable inversion scheme for LCD driving waveforms: frame or n‑line inversion
- Diagnostic features for status monitoring
- Integrated temperature sensor with temperature readout
- On chip calibration of internal oscillator frequency and VLCD
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