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Part Number: THS8200
The VGA picture output by THS8200 is blurry. It seams that the bandwidth and sharpness of the signal is very limmited. Therefore the legibility of the HDMI output is much better than the VGA output. Is there any technique to impove the legibility of the VGA output?
The THS should provide a sharp image up to UXGA resolutions.
What is your display resolution? What digital input format (444, 420, RGB, YUV) ?
What external filtering do you have?
Can you share your schematics?
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In reply to Steve Clynes:
In reply to Eric Chen95:
OK, the first issue you will have is that 422 is inherently decimated in the color domain so colors will look blurred.
I assume you are trying to display text/computer graphics etc... and not 'video' i.e. cameras etc...?
As a test can you display pure monochrome to see if the blurry image is present with that since the luma channel is not decimated with 422?
Bottom line, you will never get a sharp color display using 422 formats.
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