Part Number: TMDS361B
I have a customer using the TMDS361BPAGR to bring in 3 HDMI signals to a single HDMI receiver chip Analog Devices ADV7611. When he sent his product through HDMI compliance he had one failure when they ran the HDMI Sink Jitter test 8-7 at 27Mhz (480P resolution). The console passed testing at higher resolutions of 720P and 1080P. This was done using a “TYPE 2 Cable Emulator” that adds skew into the signal. Although he suspects the issue is at the ADV7611 side of the design, there is potential the TI part is contributing to the failure. He has had several calls with the compliance lab and Analog Devices on this and there were some questions that came up on the TI part. Could you please take a look at these questions below?
Thank you for your consideration!
In reply to David (ASIC) Liu:
any more update?
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