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Part Number: TS3DV642
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If our signal is DP++, could we use TS3DV642 to switch output one is DP and another is HDMI?
Our schematic as below
NCT3530 is HDMI level shift IC
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In reply to David (ASIC) Liu:
Thanks for your reply
We still have some question need confirm, Could you help it?
1. As i know if TS3DV642 input signal is DP, that couldn't switch DP and HDMI output, but DP++ could, Right?
2. Is the correct connection for DATA, CLK and AUX if use resistors and capacitors both?
3. How to link PIN18-PIN21?
4. Actually i'm not clearly what different between 642 and 215 on application, Why need concerned with the common mode voltage on both side of TS3DV642 when you are switching between DC coupling and AC coupling, but 215 didn't concern this. Could you help explain it?
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