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TVP7002: Supporting WUXGA format

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Part Number: TVP7002

Hello team,

Does this device support WUXGA(1920x1200)@60Hz with 154MHz pixel clock?

The WUXGA formats is compliant with VESA CVT RB. 

Regards,

Saito

  • Hi,

    Can you please refer to this FAQ:
     

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    Yordan

     


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  • Hi Saito,

    TVP7002 device supports pixel rates up to 165 MHz. Therefore, it can be used for PC graphics digitizing up to the VESA standard of UXGA (1600 × 1200) resolution at a 60-Hz screen refresh rate, and in video environments for the digitizing of digital TV formats, including HDTV up to 1080p.

    TVP7002 device support up UXGA (1600× 1200) resolution.

    I made a search in the datahseet, but can NOT find support for WUXGA.

    https://www.ti.com/lit/ds/symlink/tvp7002.pdf

    Regards,
    Pavel



  • Yes.

    Check the example configuration files and parameter spreadsheet available on the TVP7002 product web page here...

  • In reply to Steve Clynes:

    Hi Steve-san,

    As I looked into the URL you sent, I couldn't find the setup file for WUXGA.

    Let me make sure. Is it able to use TVP7002 for WUXGA format(1920x1200@60Hz with 154MHz PCLK)?

    Regards,

    Saito

  • In reply to Takahiro Saito:

    Under "Design & development tools" -> Software-TVP7002 Setup Files there is an Excel spreadsheet in the ZIP file.

    In the Zip file there is a file called "tvp7002_VGA_YPbPr settings.xls"

    On the second tab in this file go to line 73 which describes the settings for VGA to 444. Different tabs show different conversions and should help determine settings if there isn't a tab for your exact desired output format.

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