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Part Number: TVP5150
We have requirement to interface 1" 2" LCD on PAL input .
We have located LCD which has 8 bit data or 16 bit data input.
Please let us know can we connect the TVP5150 output to LCD??
Any agency you can suggest who can provide us the solution?
you have any EVM for TVP5150.?
The TVP5150 will digitize analog PAL or NTSC video and output a corresponding ITU656 digital stream. If the LCD can accept ITU656 video directly then you can use it. You will need to contact your LCD manufacturer for more information regarding the input formats supported.
In general though, I doubt you can connect directly to the LCD since most LCD displays accept progressive video formats but PAL/NTSC are interlaced.
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In reply to Steve Clynes:
Need your help design & development with the chip TVP5150.
can you provide schematic as well as design files for the same? as well as arrange samples?
In reply to seema joshi:
Unfortunately all that is available is what is in the datasheet.
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