Part Number: LM1881 As per previous discussions on the forum, there's no minimum supply voltage listed so we can only assume it's 5.000V. The application circuits use a 5V supply - have we to assume there's no droop what-so-ever on this? That seems like…
Part Number: LM1881 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: TEST , Hi team，
Figure 1 shows the output waveform of el1881 I used before,
Figure 2 shows the output waveform of lm1881mx,
The output waveform of lm1881mx has delay. My circuit…
Part Number: LM1881 I need emailed to me a current CMRT REV 5.12 for the parts listed below please.
Part Number: LM1881 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LMH1980 Hi team
My customers want to apply the LM1881 as an ISL59885 replacement.
What should be important when reviewing?
Is there any problem to replace it immediately?
Part Number: LM1881 Hi,
From the datasheet it seems that the Vcc voltage at 8th pin of LM1881 IC ranges from 5 to 12V.
We can understand 12V is the maximum acceptable voltage at this pin.
What is the minimum acceptable voltage at this pin? Is it 5V?…
Part Number: LMH1981 Other Parts Discussed in Thread: LM1881 , , LMH1980 , TEST Good day,
I am curious if the LMH1981 is able to strip Hsync and Vsync from a 15Khz composite video input signal (i.e. 240p)? The former LM1881 was able to and it doesn't appear…
Thanks for your answer. I was comparing the datasheets between the two devices, and it seems that the LMH1981 has improved jitter performance on the HSync signal. It's mentioned repeatedly in the datasheet, while not in the LMH1980 datasheet…