Video and Vision Guide
Video and
Vision Guide
Consumer Devices
Digital Signage
Home Entertainment
Network Projector
Video Communications
Video Infrastructure
Video Surveillance
Vision
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Introduction and Table of Contents
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TI’s Solutions Cover the Entire
Video Chain
TI has been involved in the video
market for more than 25 years. The
steps in the video chain span
everything from the creation of the
original content to the final viewing
experience.
Customers can leverage TI’s vast
expertise in video compression and
transcoding to launch differentiated
products quickly and cost effectively. TI has a number of customized
solutions for various market segments
that simplify development by providing
access to software, tools, third parties
and local support. For more
information on TI’s market expertise
and solutions for the entire video chain,
see www.ti.com/video.
Video Chain
Capture
Acquisition
of original video
content,
including A/D
and sampling
Process
Content is
encoded,
transcoded,
transrated
and/or analyzed
Deliver
Content is
transported via
private or
public networks
Receive
Received
content is stored,
decoded and/or
transcoded
View
Content is
accessible
through a
viewing
mechanism
Video and Vision Guide
Table of Contents
Consumer Devices
Baby Monitor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Digital Picture Frame . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Digital Still Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Portable Media Player . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Video Doorbell . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Digital Signage Solution
Digital Signage . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Home Entertainment Solutions
DLP® Front-End Projection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
High-Definition (HD) Television . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
STB/Digital Video Recorder/Streaming Media . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Network Projector Solution
Network Projector Front End . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Video Communications Solutions
Video Conferencing and Communications Systems . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Embedded Camera System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Video Infrastructure Solutions
Video Broadcasting and Infrastructure: Scalable Platform . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Video Broadcasting: IP-Based Multi-Format Transcoder . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Video Surveillance Solutions
Digital Video Recorder/Digital Video Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
IP Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
Video Analytics Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Vision Solutions
Automotive Vision . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Intelligent Occupancy Sensing . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Machine Vision: Camera . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Machine Vision: Frame Grabber . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Selection Guides
Digital Media Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Digital Signal Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
OMAP™ Applications Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Video Data Converters and Encoders/Decoders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
AFE and Support Chips and Vertical Drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
HDMI, Video Switches/MUXes, Audio Codecs, Digital Audio, Line Drivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Video Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Audio Codecs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Audio Converters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 41
Speaker Amps, PWM Processors and PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
Audio Amplifiers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Amplifiers, Sample Rate Converters and Transceivers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 45
Low-Power RF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Audio Amps, Volume Control, LCD Gamma Correction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
Touch-Screen Controllers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Analog Switches and Digital Bus Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Clocks by Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Logic . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
MSP430 Ultra Low-Power Microcontrollers . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
Digital Temperature Sensors and Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
USB and PoE Power Devices, Load Switches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
Power Management Solutions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
Resources
DaVinci™ Technology Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
OMAP™ Development Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Digital Signal Processing Development Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
DLP Technology Development Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
eXpressDSP™ Software and Development Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
TI Worldwide Technical Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Baby Monitor
also provided where baby can listen to
the voice of the caregiver.
At the heart of this system is the
TMS320DM3xx platform of low-power
processors. Live video display without
video encoding (for compression or
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Baby monitor is a capture and display
system used to remotely watch infants. At the capture side, a microphone and
a camera are placed near the child to
transmit audio and video to the care
giver. A parent talk-back audio system is storage) can be implemented with
roughly less than 100 mW total system
power consumption. Even with full video
encoding, it requires less than 400 mW
total system power consumption. For the
latest information on TI’s baby monitor
solutions, see www.ti.com/babymonitor.
Baby Monitor System Block Diagram
DDR2
Memory
Clocking
Capture
Microphone
CCD/CMOS
Sensor
Display
Video Processor
DM335
DM365
10-Bit Video DAC
MPEG-4 and JPEG
Co-Processor
Audio
Codec
DM355
10-Bit Video DAC
CCD/CMOS
AFE
MPEG-4 and JPEG
Co-Processor
Audio
Codec
Microphone
H. 264 Co-Processor
Mono Voice Codec
Keyscan/ADC
EMAC
10-Bit Video DAC ×3
RTC
Low-Power
RF
Common Features
Temp Sensor
ARM926
MMC/SDIO
MII
SPI, I2C
UART
EMIF
ASP
VPFE
Video Amp
USB
10/100 MAC
(DM335 and
DM355 only)
10/100
PHY
EDMA
AC/DC Wall
Adaptor
AC/DC
Supply
Processor
Power
Low-Noise
Analog
System
Power
PoE
LEGEND
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Battery
Management
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
Battery
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Featured Products
Product
Analog Front End
Audio Codec
Clocking
Low-Power RF
Power over Ethernet Controller
TI Part #
VSP2582
VSP2562
TLV320AIC3101
TLV320AIC3104
CDCE913
CDCE925
CDCE949
CDCE937
CC2500
TPS2375
TPS23750
TPS2376-H
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Processor
Temperature Sensor
Video Amplifier
TI Part #
TMS320DM335
TMS320DM355
TMS320DM365
TMP100
TMP75
OPA360
THS7303
THS7315
THS7316
THS7314
THS7374
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Consumer Devices
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Digital Picture Frame
and download pictures or information
(weather, news, etc.) from a server. For
the latest information on TI’s digital
picture frame solutions, see www.ti.com/dpf.
videos, support of all popular memory
cards, internal memory, auto on/off,
etc.) require high-end components
but staying on the low-end side on
power consumption. Next-generation
multimedia picture frames offer the
possibility to connect to the Internet
The Digital Picture Frame (DPF) solves
the problem of displaying digital photos
(optional also music and videos) without
a computer. While the basic function
models can just show JPEG pictures in
a slide show, multimedia features (zoom
and rotate pictures, play music and
Digital Picture Frame System Block Diagram
Stereo
Audio DAC
Touch
Screen
Control
LowPower
RF
RF4CE
Remote
Control
Audio
Amplifier
Optional Equipment Shown
Video
Decoder
Video
Amplifier
Video
In
Video
Amplifier
Video
Out
OR
IrDA
Keypad or
Buttons
Microprocessor
IrDA
IrDA
Power
Control
Display
Interface
RTC
Video Engine
DaVinci™ Based
Memory
Power
Memory
DDR/Flash
Temp
Sensor
Clocking
Common
Interfaces
WiFi
LAN
Phone
Core and I/O
Power
LCD
Backlight
LCD
Supply
Logic
XD Card
CFC
Batteries
Battery
Management
System
Power
Power Management
USB
USB Port
I/F Power
LEGEND
AC/DC Wall
Adaptor
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
AC/DC
Supply
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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Featured Products
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Audio Amplifier – Class AB
Audio Amplifier – Class D
Clocking
Core and I/O Power
Infrared Data Access
LCD Backlight
Load Switch
Low-Power RF
MCU
TI Part #
TPA6017A2
TPA2050D4
TPA2054D4
CDCE906
CDCE949
TPS62260
TPS73101
TIR1000
TPS61161A
TPS22902
CC2530
MSP430F2112
MSP430F5435
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Memory Power
Processor
Stereo Audio DAC
Temperature Sensor
Touch-Screen Controller
USB Power Switch
Video Amp
TI Part #
TPS51200|
TMS320DM335
TMS320DM355
TMS320DM365
TLV320DAC32
TMP102
TMP20
TSC2046
TSC2117
TPS2041B
THS7314
THS7316
THS7353
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Digital Still Camera
TexasInstrumentshasalonghistory
ofprovidingexpertiseandsuperior
productstothevideomarket .TI’s
comprehensivesolutionscoverthe
entirevideochain–everythingfromthe
initialcaptureofvideocontenttothe
finalviewingexperience .TI’soptimized
digitalcamerasolutions,alongwith
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Overthelastfewyears,digitalcameras
havebecomemoreandmoresophisticated,enablingmanyadvancedfeatures
suchasnoisefiltering,instantred-eye
removal,high-qualityprintsextracted
fromvideo,imageandvideostabilization,in-cameraeditingofpicturesand
wirelesstransmissionofphotos .
asophisticatedandeasy-to-use
developmentenvironment,enable
cameramanufacturerstoadvance
next-generationdigitalphotography .
Formorespecificinformationabout
digitalstillcamerasolutions,see
www.ti.com/digitalcamera .
Digital Camera System Block Diagram
Battery and USB
Voltage Monitoring
Status and
Control Buttons
IrDA
Zoom Lens
Positioning
Strobe
Status
LCD
Microcontroller
AF Shutter
Motor Driver
Video SerDes
CCD/CMOS
Sensor
CCD/CMOS
AFE
User Interface
Graphic Buttons
Lens
2 or 3-in-1
AFE, TG,
or V-Driver
H/V Driver
TFT Controller
TFT Panel
Timing
Generator
SDRAM/DDR2
Backlight
Flash Memory
Embedded
Processor
Clocking
SD/MMC, XD,
Memory Stick™
TV Monitor
Audio Amp
(Optional)
Audio
Codec
Video Amp
(Optional)
Connectivity
USB
Microphone
1394
System
Power
Battery
Low-Noise
Analog
Battery
Management
Processor
Power
LEGEND
RS-232
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
AC/DC
Supply
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Product
1394
Audio Codec
Clocking
Load Switch
Low-Noise Analog
Microcontroller
Processor
TI Part #
TSB41BA3D
TLV320AIC3007
CDCE913
CDCM61001
CDCM61002
CDCM61004
TPS22902
TPS79901
MSP430F412
TMS320VC5402
TMS320VC5509A
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Processor (cont’d)
RS-232
USB – ESD Solutions
USB Transceiver
Video Amp
TI Part #
TMS320DM355
TMS320DM640
TRSF3238E
TPD2E001
TPD2E009
TUSB1106
OPA360
THS7303
THS7316
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Portable Media Player
portable multimedia jukeboxes are
handheld audio/video systems that can
record and playback audio/video (A/V)
from a TV, DVD player, camera, or from a
media file downloaded from the Internet. Typically hard-disk or Flash media based,
these devices hold hours of content
and provide entertainment. Sometimes
called audio-video jukeboxes, portable
media players or portable video players,
For more specific information about
portable media player solutions, see www.ti.com/pmp.
Portable, Multi-Functional Digital Media Device System Block Diagram
Connectivity
Backlight
WiFi/Zigbee®
Bluetooth®
Fast
lrDA
Low-Power RF
Display
Touch
Screen
Control
XGA/QVGA
Display
Integrated
PMIC
Clock
S-Video
Ethernet
Audio
DAC/Codec
GPS
Video In
Audio
In/Out
HS USB
Transceiver
CCIR
Video 656-Bus
Decoder
USB Protection
USB Port
Keypad Control
OMAP35xx
Processor
CCD/
CMOS
Sensors
Keypad
Core and I/O
Power
Lens
Buffer
Compact
Flash Adapter
System Power
Mobile DDR
Battery Charger
NOR/NAND
Flash
On/Off
Power
Source
Memory
Gas
Gauge
HS USB
Transceiver
USB-toSATA
Bridge
SVS
AC/DC
Supply
Level
Shifter
Plug
Battery
LEGEND
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
AC Line
HDD
MS/MMC/
SD/SDIO Card
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Featured Products
Product
Backlight
Clocking
Directionless Level Translation
Dual Supply Translator
Level Translation for Memory
Load Switch
Low-Power RF – 2.4 GHz
TI Part #
TPS61161
CDCM61001
CDC3S04
TXB0102
SN74AVC24T245
SN74AVCA406
TXS0206
TPS22902
CC2500
CC2510F16
CC2510F32
CC2510F8
CC2530
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Processor
SVS
Touch-Screen Control
USB Transceiver
Video Amplifier
TI Part #
OMAP3525
OMAP3530
TMS320DM365
TPS3808G01
TSC2007
TSC2004
TSC2046
TSC2200
TUSB1105
TUSB1106
THS7319
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Video Doorbell
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videoandaudioaswellascontrolthe
userinterface .Thecoresubsystem,
whichTexasInstrumentsoffers
multiplesolutionsfor,includes1)video
compression,processinganddisplay,
2)connectivityviaEthernet,3)audioI/Os,
Avideodoorbellsystemprovides
addedsecuritybytransferringoutside
videoandaudiotoanindoordisplay
orspeaker .Attheheartofthissystem
istheTMS320DM3xxplatformof
low-powerprocessorswhichprocess
and4)powerconversionproducts .For
morespecificinformationaboutvideo
doorbellsolutions,see
www.ti.com/videodoorbell .
Video Doorbell System Block Diagram
DDR2
Memory
Clocking
Capture
Microphone
CCD/CMOS
Sensor
Display
Video Processor
Audio
Codec
TMS320DM335
TMS320DM365
10-Bit Video DAC
MPEG-4 and JPEG
Coprocessor
TMS320DM355
10-Bit Video DAC
CCD/CMOS
AFE
MPEG-4 and JPEG
Coprocessor
Audio
Codec
Microphone
H. 264 Coprocessor
Mono Voice Codec
Keyscan/ADC
EMAC
10-Bit Video DAC ×3
RTC
WLAN
Common Features
Temp Sensor
ARM926
MMC/SDIO
MII
SPI, I2C
UART
EMIF
ASP
VPFE
Video Amp
USB
10/100 MAC
(DM335 and
DM355 only)
10/100
PHY
EDMA
AC/DC Wall
Adaptor
AC/DC
Supply
Processor
Power
Low Noise
Analog
System
Power
PoE
LEGEND
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Battery
Management
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
Battery
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Product
Clocking
Integrated PMIC
Power over Ethernet Controller
TI Part #
CDCE913
CDCE925
CDCE949
TPS65023
TPS65053
TPS2375
TPS23750
TPS23753
TPS2376-H
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Processor
Temperature Sensor
Video Amplifier
TI Part #
TMS320DM335
TMS320DM355
TMS320DM365
TMP102
TMP122
TMP75
OPA360
OPA361
THS7315
THS7375
THS78303
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Digital Signage Solutions
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Digital Signage
theyalsoconsumefarlesspowerand
providealltheaudio,video,graphicand
connectivityfeaturesrequiredinatypical
signagesystem .
CMS,traditionallycontrolledbyaPC,
controlsthescheduleandcontentofthe
informationplayedonthescreen .
Digitalsignage(DS)solutionsconsist
ofdisplaysusedforadvertisingand
communicatinginformationtoviewers
outsidethehome .Therearethreemain
componentsinaDSsystemwhich
includeadisplayscreen,aplayerand
aserverapplicationcalledContent
ManagementSystem(CMS) .The
Becauseoftheirsuperiorperformance,
embeddedprocessorsarebeginningto
displacePCs .Notonlydotheyoffera
farmorerobustsystematalowercost,
Formorespecificinformationabout
digitalsignagesolutions,see
www.ti.com/digitalsignage .
Digital Signage System Block Diagram
NAND Flash
Clock
Fast
lrDA
GPRS/GSM
Module
Memory
Power
Backlight
Touch
Screen
Control
DDR/DDR2
RAM
Data
LCD
Panel
Video to Monitor or
HD Display
HD
Display
LCD Out
TV Out
Control
Microphone
Power Management
Unit
Connectivity
Audio/Video
Codec
Wired
Embedded Processor
Wireless
HS USB
Transceiver
In/Out
ESD Protection
USB Port
MS/MMC/
SD/SDIO Card
Power Manager
LED
Keypad
10/100
MAC and PHY
Battery Charger
On/Off
PoE
System
Power
AC/DC
Supply
Low-Noise
Analog
LEGEND
Battery
Management
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Battery
Power Management
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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Featured Products
Product
Clock
ESD Protection
Low-Power RF – Sub-1 GHz
Low-Power RF – 2.4 GHz
Memory Power
Power Management Unit
Power over Ethernet Controller
TI Part #
CDCE949
TPD2E001
TPD2E007
TPD2E009
TPD4E001
TPD4E002
CC1110
CC1101
CC2500
CC2510
TPS51020
TPS65023
TPS23750
TPS23753
TPS2376-H
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Processor
RS-232
Touch-Screen Control
TI Part #
OMAP3530
TMS320C6472
TMS320C6474
TMS320DM365
TRS3253E
TSC2006
TSC2000
TSC2004
TSC2007
TSC2046
TSC2200
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Video and Vision Guide
TexasInstruments4Q2009
Home Entertainment Solutions
9
DLP® Front Projection

a variety of new features and services,
including video on demand (VoD), gaming,
security, PVR, interactive TV, merchan­
dising and Web browser capabilities.
Digital TV (DTV), which can be received
in standard-definition or high-definition
formats, uses digital modulation data. This data is digitally compressed and
requires decoding by a specially design­
ed television set or a standard receiver
with a set-top box. DTV’s rapid growth in
popularity is spurred by high-definition
video quality as well as the availability of
video chain – everything from the initial
capture of video content to the final
viewing experience. TI provides a variety
of products for DTV designs including
DLP® products, LCD and plasma formats
that offer superior image, audio quality
and better reception over analog. For the
latest information on TI’s DTV solutions,
see www.ti.com/dlpfrontprojection.
Texas Instruments has a long history
of providing expertise and superior
products to the video market. TI’s
comprehensive solutions cover the entire
DLP® Front Projection System Block Diagram
TI DLP® Chipset
Clock
Generation
Transient
Protection
USB Interface
Composite Video
Video
Decoder
S-Video
To Monitor
VGA Graphics
Component
HDTV, SDTV
Klixon Switch
System
Configuration
C
Triple ADC
With PLL
Sync
Separator
Lamp Enable
DMD
EEPROM
Ballast
Thermal
Sensor
TI DLP® ASIC
and
DMD Control
Flash
DRAM
RF4CE
Remote
Control
Low-Power RF
OR
R
IrDA
LowNoise
LDO
Image Input
Connectors
Bi_Metallic
Core
Power
Support Logic
Interface
24/30 Bit
DC Outputs
System Power and
Fan Driver Module
PwrGood
12 V
AC
Adapter
Plug
AC Line
HDMI/DVI
Transient
Protection
HDMI/DVI
Receiver
Fan
Drivers
USB
Network
Media
Processor
Audio
DAC
LAN
WLAN
Power-On
Sense
Motor Drive
Color
Wheel
LEGEND
R
L
Audio
Amps
Audio Input

Speakers
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
Featured Products
Product
Audio Amplifier – Class-D
Class-D Power Stage
Class-D Speaker Amplifier
Clock Generator
DVI RX
GPIO Expander
Low-Power RF – 2.4 GHz
PFC Controller
Power Management
TI Part #
TPA3100D2
TPA3110D2
TPA3121D2
TPA3123D2
TAS5602
TAS5707 / 5708
TAS5709 / 5710
CDCD5704
CDCDLP223
TFP503
TCA9539
CC2530
UCC28060
TPS40195
TPS54350
TPS54386
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S/PDIF Rx/Tx
Temperature Sensor
Transient Protection
Triple ADC
Video Amplifier
Video Decoder
TI Part #
TMS320DM365
DIR9001
DIT4192
DIX4192
TMP102
TPD2E001
TPD3E001
TPD8S009
TVP7002
THS7327
THS7303
THS7314
OPA360
TVP5150
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Texas Instruments 4Q 2009
Video and Vision Guide
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Home Entertainment Solutions

High-Definition (HD) Television
portfolio. Whether tapping into DLP®
technology, DSP-based digital video
processors, other core processing
solutions, or other high-performance
analog components, a high level of
integration, flexibility and ease of use are
needed for the rapidly evolving DTV
market place. Leveraging high
In general, a Digital TV (DTV) can be
broken down into the display (and driver),
core media engine, audio decoding and
processing, video decoding and
processing, tuner, interface block and
power supply. Many of the devices
needed to develop what happens behind
the screen are already in TI’s product
performance audio-video codecs,
graphics acceleration, communications
and support is essential for the
convergent applications designed into
and around the home entertainment
experience. For the latest information on
TI’s DTV solutions, see www.ti.com/hdtv.
HDTV System Block Diagram
RF4CE Remote
Control
RF
Tuner
Antenna
Clock
DRAM
DLP®
Formatter
LowPower
RF
IrDA
Video
Amps
OR
ADC
RF
Tuner
Cable
TV Core Media
Processor
Video
Decoder
S-Video
OR
LVDS
Interface
γ-Control
Buffer
Stereo Audio
Codec
Lip Sync
OR
PDP
Display
2–6ch
Speaker Amps
Temp Sense
Video
LCD
Display
Fan Driver
Audio
Input Audio Amp
Line Amps
Composite Video
o
Logic
LAN Input
USB Port
USB Power
RS-232
USB
Controller/
Protection
3 ch Video
Video Amp
DAC
Video Line Out
1394
DTCP
1394 Input
Video
Switch
1394 Output
DVI
Receiver
2 or 3 HDMI IN (Rear)
RS-232 Output
HDMI/DVI
Extender
HDMI IN (Front)
DDR
Power
LCD
Display
Power
Tuner
Supply
1394
Supply
Processor
Core/IO
Power
System
Power
Green
Mode
Power
Plug
AC
Adapter
LEGEND
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
AC Line
Power Management

Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
Featured Products
Product
1394
Audio Amplifier – Class-D
Audio ADC
Audio DAC
Class-D Power Stage
Class-D Speaker Amplifier
Clock Buffer
Gamma Control
HDMI Switch
HDMI Repeater
Headphone Amp
Line Driver
Low-Power RF – 2.4 GHz
TI Part #
TSB43DA42A
TPA3110D2
TPA3123D2
PCM1850
PCM1770
TAS5602
TAS5707
TAS5710
CDCR83A
BUF16821
BUF08832
TMDS351
TS3DV416
TS3DV520E
TMDS141
TPA6111A2 / 6112A2
TPA4411
DRV601
CC2530
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PFC
Power Management
S/PDIF Rx/Tx
Smart Card and USB Power
Temperature Sensor
USB Transient Protection Video Amplifier
Video Buffer/MUX
Video DAC and ADC
Video Decoder
Video Switch
TI Part #
UC2853A
TPS40195
TPS5430
TPS54386
DIR9001
DIX4192
TPS2051B
TMP75
TPD3E001
TPD2E009
THS7314 / 16
THS7365
THS7373 / 74
THS7303
THS8200
TVP5147M1
TVP5160
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Video and Vision Guide
Texas Instruments 4Q 2009
Home Entertainment Solutions
11
STB/Digital Video Recorder/Streaming Media

TI offers a complete digital set-top-box
(STB) solution which converts signals
into content which can then be displayed
on a television screen. This solution can
be easily used to create standalone
streaming media products or digital video
recorder (DVR) systems. Additionally, this
savings can be achieved by compressing
content before storing. For more specific
information on STB/digital video recorder
and streaming media solutions, see www.ti.com/stb-dvr-streaming.
solution can also be used as a subsystem to add streaming media
capability to various consumer products. With the addition of a hard disk drive
(HDD), this platform can be made to
support DVR or personal video recorder
(PVR) functionality as well. Added system
STB/Digital Video Recorder/Streaming Media System Block Diagram
Tuner
RF FE
Satellite
IrDA
Video Amplifier
NTSC/PAL
Y
C
DAC
Video Amplifier
Digital Media
Processor
RS-232
Integrated Solution
SRC
802.11
I2C
Audio SP
Flash/
EPROM
Smart Card or
Cable Card Power
SDRAM
1394
Thermal
Sensor
Optional
YPbPr
DAC
HDMI
DVI
Fan
Control
AC/DC
Supply
Video
Output
Video
DAC
USB
Ethernet
PHY
Plug
System
Power
AC Line
Video Amp
p
USB Switch
Power Management
Video
Input
Optional
p
((If Needed)
Processor
Power
Video
Decoder
RF Tuner
Video Phone
Camera
NTSC/PAL
Decoder
MSP430
RTC/IR
Decoder
Keypad
LCD
Backlight
LCD Display
CATV
Low-Power
RF
RF4CE Remote Control
PLL Clock
L
Audio
Codec
Audio Amplifier
R
Clock
Logic
S/PDIF Out
Optical or
Coax
Audio
LEGEND
R
Memory
Power
Audio
Transmitter
L
Audio Input
Stereo
Headphones
HDD
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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
Featured Products
Product
1394
Audio Codec
Clock and Timer
Ethernet
HDMI/DVI LED Backlight
Line Driver
Low-Power RF – 2.4 GHz
MSP430 RTC/IR Decoder
Processor
TI Part #
TSB43EA42
PCM3060
CDCS502
CDCE913
CDCE949
TPD2E009 TMDS141
TPD12S521
TPD8S009
TFP410
TPS65120
DRV603
CC2530
MSP430F2132
TMS320DM6437
TMS320DM6441
TMS320DM6443
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Processor (cont’d)
Smart Card
Temperature Sensor
USB
USB Power Switch
Video Amplifier
Video Encoders / Decoder
TI Part #
TMS320DM6446
TMS320DM6467
TPS2223
TMP75
TPD4E002
TUSB6020
TPD2E009
TPS2042B
THS7365
THS7374
THS7368
THS7373
THS7314
THS7316
TVP5146M2
TVP5147M1
TVP5151
TVP5160
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Texas Instruments 4Q 2009
Video and Vision Guide
12
Network Projector Solution

Network Projector Front End
phones .Networkedprojectorscanbe
controlledfromremotelocations,provide
instantstatusupdatesandevendownloadpresentationsoftwarefilesforlater
viewing .
Emergingtrendsinnetworkprojectors/
displaysindicatethetransitiontoa
scenariowhereprojectorsanddisplays
becomepartofanIPnetworkthat
seamlesslyworkwithallPCs,phones,
calculatorsandothernetworkappliances .
Thesedisplayscreensandprojectorsare
nolongerisolatedbutdisplaycontent
thatislocatedanywhere–thenetwork,
PCs,notebooks,netbooksandsmart
Benefitsofnetworkedprojectorsinclude:
• RemotePCcapabilities,PC-less
presentations,mobileuploadsordirect
USBconnection
• N
etworkassetmanagementintegrates
withcentralizedcontrolconsolemaking
projectorseasiertomanageandcontrol
• Abilitytobecontrolledthroughthe
projector’sWebpage
• ThehassleofVGAwireconnectionand
setupwillbecompletelyrelieved
Forinformation,see
www.ti.com/networkprojector .
Network Projector Front-End System Block Diagram
MS/MMC/
SD/SDIO
Card
Memory
Power
lrDA
NAND
Flash
DDR2/
mDDR RAM
Clock
Wireless
10/100
PHY
LAN Port
General-Purpose
Processor
Common
Connectivity
Cortex™-A8
(High End)
EMAC
SPI
USB
I2C
LCD
UART
MMC/SD
McBSP
Ext Memory
ARM 9™
(Low End)
Projector
24-bit RGB
Applications Processor
Power
Manager
Video
Accelerator
2-D/3-D
Graphics
Engine
HS USB OTG
Transceiver
Keypad
AC/DC
Supply
System
Power
Low-Noise
Analog
3LCD, LCOS,
Other Projection/
Display Systems
OR
OR
Power
Management
Unit
Audio/Video
Codec
DSP/Accelerators (Optional)
C64x+™
DSP
DLP®
Front
Projection
System
Microphone
Speakers
Audio In/Out
USB ESD
Protection
USB Port
LED
On/Off
LEGEND
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Main Power Supply
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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
Featured Products
Product
Audio Codec
Audio DAC
Clock
Low-Noise Analog Power
Low-Power RF – 2.4 GHz
Memory Power
TI Part #
TLV320AIC3104
TLV320DAC23
CDCE949
TPS71219
CC2530
TPS51200
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Processor
Speaker Amplifier
USB ESD Protection
TI Part #
TMS320DM365
TMS320DM6443
OMAP3530
TPA3110D2
TPA6211A1
TPD2E001
TPD4E002
TPD2E009
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Video and Vision Guide
TexasInstruments4Q2009
Video Communications Solutions
13
Video Conferencing and Communications Systems

Video conferencing and communica­
tions systems have come a long way
from the original systems that attempted
to pass real-time MJPEG over networks
designed to transport best-effort data. In
contrast, today’s developers have access
to a wide range of industry-proven
protocols and technologies specifically
designed to maximize quality while
increasing image resolution and reducing
network latency. Video conferencing is
no longer for big business, rather, it is
rapidly becoming a standard means of
communications for many different end
equipments.
Enabled by broadband access and
growing network penetration, video
communications demand continues to
increase in both the enterprise and
residential markets. For the enterprise
market, video communications products
range from simple IP video phones to
advanced telepresence systems. Residential, or consumer, markets
demand a satisfying user experience that
allows easy connectiv­ity to family and
friends, while still powerful enough to
connect with the office. Network
bandwidth and compression efficiencies
have converged to the point where video
communications is affordable for
everyone.
TI has a variety of solutions for this
market that provide high mediaprocessing performance, rich peripher­
als and maximum battery life in a video
communication product. Additionally,
these solutions enable a number of
features including 3-D graphics, realtime audio/video/graphics processing,
call control, multi-way video conferenc­
ing, OS support, browser support and
more. For information about video
communications solutions, see www.ti.com/videocommunications.
1080p60 Enc + Dec
1080p30 Enc + Dec
High-Performance
Next+
720p30 Enc + Dec
High-Performance
Next
D1 Enc + Dec
Next+
Low-Cost Next+
Low-Cost Next
Digital video processors with DaVinci™ technology are ideal for the video communications market.
Texas Instruments 4Q 2009
Video and Vision Guide
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Video Communications Solutions

Video Conferencing and Communications System
Video Communications System Block Diagram
Memory
Power
Video Output Sources
Video Input Sources
Flash
Analog Filter
Video
ADC
Analog
Camera
HD Digital
Camera
HDMI ESD
Protection
HDMI
Receiver
LCD
Monitor
SDRAM
HD Video
Display
Video
DAC
Video BT.1120 or
MUX Raw RGB
Digital Media
Processor
Audio Input/Output Sources
Stereo
Speakers
NTSC/PAL
S-Video
Y’CrCb
Video
DAC
USB
Camera
Clock
Audio
Codec
Ethernet PHY
Microphone
IP Network
LAN Port
Touch
Screen
Control
Temp
Sensor
RTC
GeneralPurpose
Logic
Touch
Panel
PoE
OR
System
Power
Core & I/O
Power
Power Management
Keyboard
Backlight
Human-Machine Input Sources
LEGEND
AC Line
Plug
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
AC
Adapter
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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
Featured Products
Product
Analog Filter
Audio Codec
Backlight
Clock
Ethernet PHY
General-Purpose Logic
HDMI ESD Protection
Microphone Amplifier
Power over Ethernet Controller
Processor
TI Part #
OPA3692
THS7303
THS7353
TLV320AIC3104
TPS61161A
CDCE906
TPD2E009
SN74AVC4T245
TPD8S009
PGA2500
TPS23753
TMS320DM365
TMS320DM6441
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Processor (cont’d)
Temperature Sensor
Touch-Screen Controller
Video Amplifier
Video DAC
TI Part #
TMS320DM6446
TMS320DM6467
OMAP3530
OMAP3525
TMP411
TMP422
TSC2117
THS7365
THS7303
THS7373
THS7316
THS7314
THS8200
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Video and Vision Guide
TexasInstruments4Q2009
Video Communications Solutions
15
Embedded Camera System
Toaddresstheseconcerns,TI’sdigital
mediaprocessorswithDaVinci™
technologyhaveintegratedARM®core,
DSPcoreand/orvideo/imagingaccelerators .TI’ssolutionsallowcustomersto
gettomarketquicklywithlow-costand
low-poweroptions .Thesesolutions
enableawidevarietyofmarkets
includingvideoconferencing,gaming,
telemedicine,digitalsignage,etc .

Endequipmentdesignersthatwantto
addvideocamerastotheirsystemsfor
real-timevideocaptureorevenvideo
communicationshavepreviouslybeen
limitedtolow-cost,low-qualityanalog
camerasortheyrequiredexpensivehighresolution,high-costanalogcameras .
Thesecamerasrequiredvideodecoders
orADCstoeffectivelycapturethevideo
fromthesesolutions .Inadditiontothis
addedcomplexity,thesystemoften
requiredmassivechangestobeableto
compressandpacketizethevideodata .
processingperformance,richperipherals
andmaximumbatterylifeinanIPvideo
phoneproduct .Additionally,these
solutionsenableanumberoffeatures
including3-Dgraphics,real-timeaudio/
video/graphicsprocessing,callcontrol,
multi-wayvideoconferencing,OS
support,browsersupportandmore .
Forinformationaboutembeddedcamera
solutions,see
www.ti.com/embeddedcamera .
TIhasavarietyofsolutionsforthis
marketthatprovidehighmedia-
Embedded Camera System Block Diagram
Video Input Source
AF Shutter
Lens
SDRAM
Motor
Driver
Memory
Power
Flash
CCD/CMOS
Sensor
2- or 3-in-1 AFE,
Timing Generator
H/V Driver
Microphone
Array
H/V
Driver
..
.
CCD/CMOS
AFE
Timing
Generator
Digital Media
Processor
LED
Driver
System
Power
Audio
ADC
.. Status LEDs
.
Core & I/O
Power
OR
Power Management
USB
5 V @ 0.5 A
1394
30 V @ 1.5 A
Audio Input Sources
1394
USB Interface
USB Port
Wireless
Connectivity
LEGEND
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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
Featured Products
Product
1394
Audio ADC
Clock
Imager Power
Low-Power RF – 2.4 GHz
Memory Power
Microphone Amplifier
Motor Driver
TI Part #
TSB41BA3D
PCM4204
TLV320ADC3101
CDCE913
TPS65130
CC2530
TPS51200
INA217
OPA567
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Processor
USB
TI Part #
TMS320DM355
TMS320DM365
TMS320DM6441
TMS320DM6446
TMS320DM640
TPD4E001
TUSB1106
TUSB2551A
TPD2E009
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TexasInstruments4Q2009
Video and Vision Guide
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Video Infrastructure Solutions

Video Broadcasting and Infrastructure: Scalable Platform
TMS320DM6467digitalvideoSoCto
renderatrulyuniquesystemthatcan
beadjustedtosuitthecapabilityofthe
endproduct .Inthissystem,theC6474
DSPisusedasthecodecprocessorfor
Thisprofessionalstudio-qualityvideo
encodinganddecodingbroadcast
scalableplatformleveragestheprocessingpoweroftheTMS320C6474
multi-coreDSPandtheflexibilityofthe
the4:2:2videoinput .Formorespecific
informationaboutbroadcastencoder
solutions,see
www.ti.com/videobroadcast .
HD Broadcast Encoder Typical System Block Diagram
Audio
ADC
Audio In
Optional 4:2:2 Video Processing Daughtercard (Encode/Decode)
Audio Amp
Memory
Power
Audio
DAC
Audio Line Out
Flash
Video
ADC
Video Filter
ESD
Protection
Digital HD
Video In
HDMI
Receiver
Video
MUX
Video
DAC
Video Buffer
Digital HD
Video Out
ESD
Protection
HD-SDI Out
DDR2
EMIF DDR2
VP1
Analog
Video Out
(1080i)
DDR2
DDR2
DDR2
C647x
Multi-Core
DSP
C647x
Multi-Core
DSP
C647x
Multi-Core
DSP
Clock
SRIO
SRIO
SRIO
DM6467
DVB Out
Deserializer
HD-SDI In
Processor
Power
Memory
Power
Memory
Power
Audio Amp
Analog
Video In
(1080i)
Memory
Power
HDMI
Transmitter
ARM®
SRIO
Switch
VP2 C64x+™ Core
Video
DeMUX
Clock
HDVICP ×2
SRIO-VPIF
FPGA
Processor
Power
PCI-SRIO
Bridge
System
Power
DVB In
Serializer
PCI33
Gigabit
Ethernet PHY
LAN Port
LEGEND
Integrated Audio Solution
Audio
Receiver
In
Sample
Rate Converter
System
Power
AES3 / S/PDIF
Out
Audio
Transmitter
AC Line
Power Management
Low-Noise
Analog Power
Sample
Rate Converter
AC
Adapter
Plug
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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Audio ADC
Audio DAC
Clock
Digital Audio Receiver
Digital Audio Transmitter
Line Drivers / Receiver
Memory Power
TI Part #
PCM1804
PCM4201
PCM4204
PCM4222
PCM1793
PCM1796
PCM4104
CDCE949
DIR9001
DIT4192
DRV134
DRV135
DRV601
TPS51200
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Sample Rate Converter
Signal-Conditioning Amplifier
Video Amplifier
Video DAC
TI Part #
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TMS320C6472
TPS40195
TPS62110
SRC4184
SRC4194
OPA1632
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Video Infrastructure Solutions
17
Video Broadcasting: IP-Based Multi-Format Transcoder

Transcoding,whichistheprocessofconvertingfromonevideoformattoanother,is
usedquiteextensivelybyvideoviewers
evenwithouttheirknowledge .Anexample
ofthisisatypicaloccurrenceoftransferring
videofromacamcordertoaPCforediting
andthenuploadingtheinformationontoa
websitesuchasYouTube™ .Asthevideo
dataisbeingtransferred,transcodingis
takingplace;e .g .camcorder(AVIformat)to
PC(MPEG-2forediting;MPEG-4for
storage)towebsite(H .263/H .264/Flash/
etc .) .IfthefileisviewedonthePCfromthe
website,transcodingisperformedyetagain
tobeviewedonRealPlayer™orWindows™
MediaPlayer,forexample .Itisthismultiformattranscodingthatwasnotachievable
inasingleSoCuntilnow .
carriesinherentlymoredatathanstandard
video,theprocessingengineneededto
transcodethevideosignalmust:1)have
higherprocessingpower,2)converttoand
frommultipleformats,and3)becapable
ofdoingsoinreal-time .ThenewDaVinci™
TMS320DM6467SoCcandojustthat .
IP-basedvideoinfrastructureequipments
aretodayhigh-performancesystemsdueto
theadventofHDvideo .BecauseHDvideo
FormorespecificinformationaboutIPbased,multi-formatdecodersolutions,
seewww.ti.com/multiformattranscoder .
Video Broadcasting: IP-Based Multi-Format Transcoder System Block Diagram
Single-DSP Configuration:
MPEG-2 [email protected] decode to H.264 HP level 4 re-encode
Two-DSP Configuration (Universal Transcoder):
DSP 1 - Multi-format decode
DSP 2 - Multi-format re-encode
GeneralPurpose
Logic
Optional
Sensing and
Monitoring
Clock
RTC
SDRAM
Flash
SDRAM
Flash
Interface
EMIF
TMS320DM6467
Digital Media
Processor
EMIF
TMS320DM6467
Digital Media
Processor
PoE
IEEE 802.3af
Power Solution
LAN Port
Gigabit
Ethernet PHY
ARM9
ARM9
AC
Adapter
Power Management
Processor
Core
Power
GMII
Video Port
PCI33
AC Line
Plug
Video Port
Digital
System
Power
Analog
System
Power
Power
MUX
LEGEND
Supply
Voltage
Supervisor
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Battery
Backup
Charger
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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Clock
General Logic
Interface
Processor
TI Part #
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PCA9555
SN74CB3T16212
TRSF3238E
TMS320C6472
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Video Surveillance Solutions
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Digital Video Recorder/Digital Video Server
A digital video recorder (DVR) and
digital video server (DVS) are appli­
ances used in video surveillance. These appliances take the analog
video signals from multiple analog
surveillance cameras and digitize
them. A processing engine encodes
the video streams in digital formats
such as H.264, motion JPEG, MPEG-4
or proprietary codecs to allow for data
storage or transmission.
While the DVR is designed to store and
view this video stream locally, the DVS
sends the encoded video to the larger
security network using the TCP/IP
protocol. Higher performance systems
also have video analysis (VA) capa­bili­
ties allowing for the automatic
detection of motion, crossing of virtual
fences, etc.
DVRs and DVSs are used to upgrade
existing security systems, which are
based on analog surveillance cameras. Replacing tape-based VCRs, the DVR/
DVS automates the storage of
surveillance data and enables remote
access to surveillance installations via
TCP/IP networks. DVRs/DVSs typically
have 4-, 8- or 16-input channels. With
further integration, the channel count
will increase to 32, 64 and beyond.
With the advent of IP cameras,
systems that accept both analog and
digital formats are advantageous as
the installed analog camera market
base still dominates. For this reason,
hybrid DVRs are available today. These
appliances are versatile video
recording devices that also must have
the capability to perform storage and
VA functions.
and the TI TVP5158 multi-channel
video decoder for faster development
at a reduced cost.
Hardware features
• T
I TMS320DM365 digital video
processor based on DaVinci
technology
• TI TVP5158, new multi-channel video
decoder with integrated audio
• Storage of compressed input (SATA
and USB)
• Streaming of compressed input
(Ethernet)
• Local display support up to 800×600
resolution
• Local user interface support
• Pan, tilt and zoom camera support
Software features
For more specific information about
digital video recorder solutions, see www.ti.com/dvr.
TI has brought to market a singleplatform H.264 reference design based
on the TMS320DM365 digital video
processor with DaVinci™ technology
• M
ulti-codec system allows triple
streams per channel (H.264, MPEG-4 and MJPEG) for real-time
signal processing
• Simultaneous D1 record (65 fps),
playback (30 fps), storage, streaming
and display
• Audio/video adjustment tools
• Video timestamp support
• Software Development Kit (SDK)
provided for easy customization
Production
Sampling
Development
f.
4×
Per
8D1 H.264
2D1 H.264
rf.
4× Pe
4D1 H.264
1D1 H.264
4D1 H.264
H.264
2D1 H.264
2D1 MPEG-4
DaVinci multi-channel processor roadmap – Complete video security portfolio
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Digital Video Recorder/Digital Video Server
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High-End Digital Video Recorder/Digital Video Server/Video Encoder System Block Diagram
Non-Integrated
ADC Option
Microphones
Audio
ADC
4
Clock
Driver
Memory
Power
RealTime
Clock
Non-Integrated
DAC Option
Core
Power
DDR2
Memory
Microphone
Audio
Codec/DAC
Speakers
Video
Decoder
Keyboard
USB Port
USB
Power
10/100/1000 PHY
(Mid-/High-End)
Embedded Processor
USB ESD
Protection
Low-End
Only
RS-232
Logic
SD Card
LCD
Backlight
PCI Port
(Mid-/High-End)
Motor/Servo
Controller
Motor/Servo
Controller
HDD
PCI-SATA
Bridge
NAND
Flash
NTSC/PAL
Optional Equipment
Temperature
Sensor
12 V 5 V 3.3 V 1.8 V
Bus
Switch
Deinterlacer
S-Video
OR
1.2 V
Video Display
Processor
LEGEND
Plug
AC
Adaptor
System
Power
VGA
Video
Amp
Low-Noise
Analog
DDR2
Memory
Memory
Power
AC Line
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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Core Power
Clock Driver
Logic
Processor
RS-232
Temperature Sensor
TI Part #
TPS54386
TPS62350
TPS62400
PTH04T240W
TPS65053
TPS75003
CDCE913
CDCE949
CDCS502
SN74AVC8T245
TMS320DM365
TMS320DM6467
TRS3232E
TMP100
TMP302
TMP75
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USB Power
Video Amplifier
Video Decoder
TI Part #
TPS2061
TPS2065
TPS2066
OPA3695
OPA360
THS7303
THS7373
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THS7368
THS7314
THS7316
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Video Surveillance Solutions
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IP Camera
The world of video surveillance is
moving toward the IP network. An IP
network camera can be defined as a
camera with networking and video
processing combined into one unit. A
network camera has its own IP address
and the computing functions neces­sary
to handle network communication. It
captures and transmits live images
over the network, enabling remote
viewing and user control from
anywhere, anytime.
TI’s DSPs are used to compress the
image in a variety of standard and
nonstandard video formats. Addition­
ally, TI DSPs offer the ability to use
intelligent image analysis functions and
various types of networking protocol
support.
Digital video transmission is fast
becoming the standard requirement for
security and surveillance systems. Both wired and wireless links are of
interest for security and surveillance
architects.
For more specific information about IP
camera solutions, see www.ti.com/ipcamera.
Multiple IP Camera Solutions Enable
Quick Product Development at Low
Analog Camera Price Points
Texas Instruments offers multiple
highly optimized reference designs
based on the TMS320DM3x digital
video processors with DaVinci™
technology for the IP camera market
to enable developers to speed through
the design process as well as reduce
overall bill-of-materials (BOM) costs. These reference designs:
• Reduce development time by 98 percent
• Deliver higher quality, wider field-ofview HD images
• Decrease electronic bill of materials
• Empower customers to bring U.S. $150 HD IP cameras to the market
These solutions reduce development
to under four months by including:
• Complete and optimized ­schematics
• Gerber files
• Free Linux application source code,
including:
– Integrated auto white balance and
auto exposure
– Simple motion detection
– Dual-stream HD MPEG-4 and
MJPEG video codecs to support
recording and monitoring needs at
full frame rates
– D
aVinci IP camera software
framework including I/O application
programming interfaces (APIs),
media APIs and DaVinci Codec
Engine
Multiple Reference Designs Available
Based on TI Technology:
TI’s DM3x-based IP camera solutions
include:
• New DM36x IP Camera Reference
Design (part #: DM368IPNC-MT5):
Single-platform solution provides
1080p at 30 fps
• DM365 IP Camera Reference Design
(part #: DM365IPNC-MT5):
Single-platform solution provides
H.264 in HD
• Video Content Analytics (VA) IP
Camera Reference Design (part #:
DM355IPNC-VCA1): includes base
version plus VA technology from
Object Video
• DM355 IP Camera Reference
Design (part #: DM355IPNC-MT5):
supports high definition (HD) at 1.3 MPixel CMOS sensor
technologies from Aptina
DM365 IP Camera Reference Design:
H.264 main profile 1080p at 30 fps
DM368IPNC-MT5 @ U.S. $995
TI’s latest reference design provides
full HD video with a 30 percent boost
in host processing performance,
advanced software for image signal
processing tuning and encryption.
1080p30 H.264 + VA
720p30 H.264 + VA
D1 H.264 + VA
1080p30 H.264 + ISP
720p30 MPEG-4 + ISP
D1/30fps H.264 + ISP
720p30 H.264 + ISP
Smart CCTV ISP
Hardware features
• TI’s TMS320DM36x DaVinci™ video
processor includes an ARM926 and
H.264 hardware video coprocessor,
EMAC, RTC and integrated voice
codec for BOM savings
DaVinci IP camera processor roadmap – Complete video security portfolio
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Software features
• Complete Linux-based IP camera
application including free source code
• Encode up to H.264 main profile
1080p at 30 fps or 720p at 60 fps;
MPEG-4 up to 720p at 60 fps; MJPEG
at 5 Megapixels at 15 fps
• Triple stream per channel (H.264,
MPEG-4, MJPEG)
• Integrated auto white balance and
auto exposure
• Royalty-free, production-ready codecs
included
• Software framework includes input/
output and media APIs, codec engine
• Ability to add video analytics with
DaVinci™ TMS320DM643x DSP
DM365 IP Camera Reference Design:
DM365IPNC-MT5 @ U.S. $795
TI and Aptina Imaging (a division of
Micron) have come together again to
bring to market a single platform, H.264
reference design for faster development
at a reduced cost.
Hardware features
• TI TMS320DM365 DaVinci video
processor includes ARM926 and
H.264 hardware video coprocessor,
EMAC, RTC and integrated voice
codec for BOM savings
• Aptina 5-MP sensor CMOS imager
optimized for low-light performance
• Board size 65×50 mm, low-power (3W)
• Power over Ethernet, audio, SD
storage
Software features
• Complete Linux-based IP net camera
application including free source code
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• A
ptina 5-MP sensor CMOS imager
optimized for low-light performance
• Board size: 65×50-mm, low power
(3W)
• Power over Ethernet, audio, SD
storage
Video Surveillance Solutions
• E
ncode up to H.264/MPEG-4 HD
1080p at reduced frame rate or 720p
full frame rate
• Triple stream per channel (H.264,
MPEG-4, MJPEG)
• Integrated auto white balance and
auto exposure
• Royalty-free, production-ready codecs
included
• Software framework includes input/
output and media APIs, codec engine
• Ability to add video analytics with
DaVinci TMS320DM643x DSP
• PSIA standard support
Video Analysis (VA) DM355 IP Camera
Reference Design: DM355IPNC-VCA1 @ U.S. $995
TI and Object Video have brought to
market the VA version of the DM355based IP camera which supports Object
Video intelligent video analytics. The
analytics software provides simple
monitoring and notification of security
events through a web browser. This
reference design builds on the base
solution (DM355IPNC-MT5) with a VA
daughter board.
Hardware features
• TMS320DM6435 DaVinci video
processor
• DaVinci TMS320DM355 SoC, ARM926
and hardware video coprocessor
• Aptina 5 MP sensor (2×2 binning ~1.3 MP)
• VA daughter board size: 41×40 mm
Software features
• Complete Linux-based IP network
camera application including free
source code
• Dual-stream capabilities
– MPEG-4 HD 720p + MPEG-4 CIF +
G.711
• Triple-stream capabilities
– MPEG-4 HD 720p + MJPEG VGA +
MJPEG CIF + G.711
• Integrated auto white balance and
auto exposure
• Field-proven, robust, royalty-free
bundled MPEG-4 and MJPEG video
codecs
• DaVinci IP camera software framework
including I/O APIs, media APIs and
DaVinci Codec Engine
TMS320DM355 IP Camera Reference
Design: DM355IPNC-MT5 @ U.S. $795
TI and Aptina Imaging (a division of
Micron) have brought to market the
original DM355-based IP camera highly
optimized reference design.
Hardware features
• TMS320DM355 SoC, ARM926 and
hardware video coprocessor
• Aptina 5 MP sensor (2×2 binning ~1.3 MP)
• CMOS imager optimized for low-light
performance
• Board size 65×50 mm
• Low power (< 3W)
Software features
• Complete Linux-based IP camera
application including free source code
• Dual-stream capabilities
– MPEG-4 HD 720p + MPEG-4 CIF +
G.711
– MPEG-4 HD 720p + MJPEG CIF +
G.711
• Integrated auto white balance and
auto exposure
• Field-proven, robust, royalty-free
bundled MPEG-4 and MJPEG video
codecs
• DaVinci IP camera software framework
including I/O APIs, media APIs and
DaVinci Codec Engine
• Ability to add video analytics with
TMS320DM643x DaVinci video
processors
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Video Surveillance Solutions
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IP Camera
High-End IP Network Camera System Block Diagram
Typical IP Camera
Audio
ADC
Optional Equipment
Memory
Power
Audio Amplifier
DDR
Memory
Clocking
Auto-Iris
Control
Motor Drive
Microphone
Video
Out
CCD/CMOS Sensor
Video Amplifier
Digital
Video Engine
DaVinci™
Technology-Based
OR
Analog
AFE
Temp
Sensor
Logic
HD Coprocessor
Core
and I/O
Power
RS-485/UART
Interfaces
System
Power
HDD
Authentication IC
VCA Processor
Transient
Suppressor
I/F
Power
10/100/1G
PHY
Analytics Engine
DaVinci
Technology-Based
PoE
Controller
Standby
Power
Power
Enable
Serial Port
USB Port
SD Card
DDR
Memory
RTC/
Power Control
LAN Plug
LEGEND
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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AFE
Audio ADC
Audio Codec
Auto-Iris Control
Clocking
Core and I/O Power
Memory Power
Power over Ethernet Controller
TI Part #
VSP01M01
VSP2582
VSP2590
PCM1870A
PCM3006
TLV320AIC3101
TLV320AIC3104
PCM3006
TLV320AIC3101
TLV320AIC3104
OPA2357
CDCE906
TPS65053
TPS51020
TPS51200
TPS23750
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Processor
Temperature Sensor
USB Power Switch
Video Amplifier
TI Part #
TPS23754
TPS23757
TMS320DM365
TMS320DM6437
TMS320DM6467
TMS320DM355
TMP100
TMP175
TMP20
TMP75
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TPS2061
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Video analytics servers allow authorized
viewers from different locations to
simultaneously access images from
the same analog camera(s), as well as
network cameras if they are added to the
system. These devices can also store
video as an option and typically operate
as stand-alone units.
Digital video transmission is fast becom­
ing the standard requirement for security
and surveillance systems. TI’s DSPs
provide developers the flexibility to design
a wide range of digital surveillance
products. By leveraging the DSP pro­
grammability, processing performance,
video-specific peripherals and support
for all major multimedia codecs, devel­
opers can design differentiated products
with customized features to meet
changing market needs.
For more specific information about IP
video node, video server and matrix
solutions, see www.ti.com/videoanalyticsserver.
VLIB 2.0: Video Analytics & Vision
Library
VLIB 2.0 supports:
• Video analytics
• Automotive vision and advanced driver
assistance systems (ADAS)
• Embedded vision
• Game vision
• Machine vision
• Consumer electronics vision
VLIB 2.0 consists of 50+ royalty-free
kernels:
• Background modeling and subtraction
• Object feature extraction
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Video Analytics Server
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Video analytics servers handle multiple
camera inputs, digitize, compress and
stream digital media content over an IP
network such as a LAN, intranet or the
Internet, turning an analog video system
into a network video system. Users can
view live images using Web browsers
or application software on any local or
remote computer on a network. User
configuration and control can also be
done remotely.
Video Surveillance Solutions
• Tracking, recognition
• Low-level pixel processing
New in VLIB 2.0:
• Optimized functions for
TMS320C64x™ DaVinci™ DSP core
support (example: TMS320DM642
processor)
• Simulink™ blocks to enable
MathWorks model-based design
• Bit-exact version for testing on a PC
• Six additional functions including bit
mask packing/unpacking, 16-bit IIR
filter, L1 distance
VLIB 2.0 function list
• Background subtraction
– Exponentially and uniformly
weighted mean
– Exponentially and uniformly
weighted variance
– Mixture of Gaussians
• Canny edge detection
– Non-maxima suppression
• Hough transform for lines
• Integral image
• Image pyramid
• Legendre moments
Getting started with VLIB is as easy as
one, two, three . . .
Step 1: A TMS320C64x+™ or
C64x™-based development tool is
required to view and access the VLIB
software. If needed, TI recommends
the TMS320DM6437 Digital Video
Development Platform (part number
TMDSVDP6437, U.S. $495).
Step 2: Get approval from TI. Visit
www.ti.com/vlibrequest to fill out the
VLIB Approval Request form.
Step 3: Upon approval, download the
VLIB at no cost and receive:
• Library of 50+ kernel library and
header files
• Simulink blocks
• PC library
• Documentation: User’s Guide
• Demo (for use on TMS320DM6437
DVDP only)
• Test scripts
Advanced software features on
TMS320DM3xx processors
The advanced software features
on the TMS320DM3xx digital video
processors allow customers to
differentiate their video surveillance
applications by providing better image
improvements and added intelligent
video processing.
Problems encountered
• Camera shakes due to weather, traffic
or vehicle shaking degrades video
quality.
• Detect and recognize face for
identification, access control, privacy
mask ...
• Image noise degrades low-light image
quality. Increased sensor gain will
increase noise and the use of a larger
sensor will increase cost and size.
TI advanced software features solutions
• TI video stabilization reduces jitter,
improves visual quality and improves
video bit rate.
• TI face detection detects face in
<20 ms (with glasses, partially
obscured, blurred, black & white, with
night vision ...) and will handle multiple
face tracking (>30 faces) at >30 fps.
• TI video noise filters include
spatial and temporal noise filtering
capabilities to:
– Enhance visual quality, without
removing detail with TI KATANA
Noise Reduction (2D-NF)
– Enable low-light imaging
– Increase video coding efficiency – compression quality can be
improved for same bit rate
improving total end-to-end video
quality
• TI motion compensated de-interlacing
algorithm
– User-selectable threshold value (to
be specified in ARM® code)
– YUV422 interleaved and YUV420
semi-planar support
– ARM side function call for easy
system integration
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Video Analytics Server
Getstartedtoday
• Evaluation model–Fordemosand
evaluationonly(cannotbeusedin
practicalcustomerapplications)
– IncludedintheTIIPCamera
ReferenceDesignv2 .1software
release
–Worksonlyfor10minutesatatime
andcanberestarted
– WatermarkdemovideowithOSD
• Working model–Click-wrap
productionlicenseagreementwithTI
toreceivecompleteproductionlibrary
onsixpre-definedpackages .
Video Analytics Server System Block Diagram
Non-Integrated
ADC Option
Audio
ADC
RealTime
Clock
Clock
Driver
Microphone
Core
Power
LCD
Backlight
DM643x
Video
Decoder
GPP
or
PC
HDD
HD Video
Display
Video
Analytics
on
C64x+™ Core
Audio SPI
PCI
EMAC
Motor/Servo
Controller
RS-232
VPSS
10/100
PHY
Motor/Servo
Controller
PCI33
12 V
Plug
5V
Digital
System
Power
AC
Adapter
AC Line
3.3 V
1.8 V
Analog
System
Power
Temperature
Sensor
1.2 V
Fan
Header
and
Control
Logic
LEGEND
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
SVS
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Product
Clock Driver
Core Power
Processor
TI Part #
CDCE949
TPS40041
TPS54386
TPS62400
TMS320C6472
TMS320C6474
TMS320DM6435
TMS320DM6437
TMS320DM6433
TMS320DM6431
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Video Decoder
TI Part #
TRS3232E
TMP100
TMP124
TMP302
TMP422
TMP431
TMP432
TVP5154
TVP5158
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Automotive Vision

Active Safety and Advanced Driver Assistance Systems Overview
Activesafetyandadvanceddriver
assistancesystems(ADAS)aregrowingin
popularityforautomotivedesigns .These
automotivesystemsareusingCMOS,
infrared,radarorlidarsensorscoupled
withpowerfulprocessorstocreatea
virtualmodelofthecar’ssurroundings .
Datacaneitherbepresentedtothe
drivertoavoidcollisionsorusedto
takepartialorfullcontrolofthevehicle,
improvingdrivercomfortormitigating
theseverityofacrash .Applications
includeadaptivecruisecontrol,lane
departurewarning,pedestriandetection,
nightvision,parkingassist,drowsiness
detectionandblindspotdetection .
TheseADASapplicationsrequire
highlevelsofreal-timeprocessingto
remainaccurateandrelevant .TIhas
automotive-gradeDSPsandsystem-onchip(SoC)devicesinproduction,many
ofwhichhavealreadybeendesigned
intoADASapplications .DSPsarewell
positionedtoaddressamajorityofADAS
applications,providinghighprocessing
poweratarelativelylowcost,complete
programmability,strongdevelopment
toolsandanextensiveecosystemofthird
partiesandcomplementaryproducts .
www.ti.com/automotivevision .
Automotive Vision/Blind Spot/Lane Departure Warning System Block Diagram
General-Purpose µC
CAN Transceiver
Car CAN
Network
Optional
CAN Transceiver
Local CAN
Network
Optional
Core and
I/O Power
I2C
CMOS Sensor
CM
Sen OS
sor
Digital
Analog
LVDS
LVDS
Embedded
Processor
ADC
Video Buffer
Digital/Analog
External
Monitor
Optional
Displaying Biasing
System
Power
Memory
Power
Flash/
EPROM
Input
Power
Source
DDR
SDRAM
LED Backlighting
LEGEND
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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
Featured Products
Product
Backlight
Processor
TI Part #
TPS40200-Q1
TPS61040/41-Q1
TMS320DM6431
TMS320DM6435
TMS320DM6437
TMS320DM642
TMS320DM648
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Processor, Memory and System Power
TI Part #
TPS40200-Q1
TPS5420-Q1
TPS5430-Q1
TPS65023-Q1
TPS76950-Q1
TPS73733-Q1
TPS76801-Q1
TPS77601-Q1
TPS79850-Q1
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Vision Solutions

Intelligent Occupancy Sensing
TI Intelligent Occupancy Sensing
(IOS) is a new vision-based method of
detecting and counting the number of
people in a given area. This technology
couples vision-based imagers with video
analytics to count the presence of people
in designated areas. The occupancy
rate can be used by intelligent building
systems to adjust HVAC (heating,
ventilation and air conditioning) and
warehouses, break rooms, corridors,
parking garage, etc. IOS technology
provides an accurate assessment of
resource requirements for building
management systems.
lighting to the most energy-efficient
levels. This technology also has
application in business intelligence
gathering or other applications where it is
desirable to know how many people are
in a defined space.
For more specific information about IOS
solutions, see www.ti.com/ios.
Appropriate applications include offices,
classrooms, copy rooms, restrooms,
storage areas, conference rooms,
Intelligent Occupancy Sensing System Block Diagram
Memory
Power
Memory
Optics
CMOS
Sensor
Connectivity
RS-485
Clock
Embedded Processor
10/100
Ethernet
Ambient Light
Temperature
Trim Pot
Low-Power
RF
Processor
Power
5V
System
Power
5 V System Power
PoE Controller
with Isolation
OR
24 V Vin
LEGEND
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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
Featured Products
Product
Clock
Low-Power RF
Memory Power
Power over Ethernet Controller
TI Part #
CDCE913
CDCE925
CC1110
CC2530
TPS51020
TPS51200
TPS23750
TPS23753A
TPS23757
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Processor
Processor Power
TI Part #
TMS320DM6431
TMS320C6746
TMS320C6748
TMS320DM6435
TPS73018
TPS62110
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Machine Vision: Camera

Machine vision refers to both industrial
and non-industrial applications where
operational guidance is provided
to equipment for the execution of
functions based on the capture and
processing of images. Basically, this
is providing “sight” or “vision” to
Vision Solutions
otherwise “blind” equipment. This
greatly enhances the capabilities
of the equipment, resulting in
improved product quality, increased
productivity and decreased costs. TI’s
comprehensive solutions cover the
entire vision chain – everything from
the initial capture of vision content to
the final viewing experience.
For more specific information about
machine vision solutions, see www.ti.com/machinevision.
Vision Software Solutions
VLIB 2.0: Video Analytics & Vision
Library
VLIB 2.0 supports:
• Video analytics
• Automotive vision and advanced driver
assistance systems (ADAS)
• Embedded vision
• Game vision
• Machine vision
• Consumer electronics vision
VLIB 2.0 consists of 50+ royalty-free
kernels:
• Background modeling and subtraction
• Object feature extraction
• Tracking, recognition
• Low-level pixel processing
New in VLIB 2.0:
• Optimized functions for
TMS320C64x™ DaVinci™ DSP core
support (example: TMS320DM642
processor)
• Simulink™ blocks to enable
MathWorks model-based design
Texas Instruments 4Q 2009
• Bit-exact version for testing on a PC
• Six additional functions including bit
mask packing/unpacking, 16-bit IIR
filter, L1 distance
VLIB 2.0 function list
• Background subtraction
– Exponentially and uniformly
weighted mean
– Exponentially and uniformly
weighted variance
– Mixture of Gaussians
• Canny edge detection
– Non-maxima suppression
• Hough transform for lines
• Integral image
• Image pyramid
• Legendre moments
the TMS320DM6437 Digital Video
Development Platform (part number
TMDSVDP6437, U.S. $495).
Step 2: Get approval from TI. Visit
www.ti.com/vlibrequest to fill out the
VLIB Approval Request form.
Step 3: Upon approval, download the
VLIB at no cost and receive:
• Library of 50+ kernel library and
header files
• Simulink blocks
• PC library
• Documentation: User’s Guide
• Demo (for use on TMS320DM6437
DVDP only)
• Test scripts
Getting started with VLIB is as easy as
one, two, three . . .
Step 1: A TMS320C64x+™ or
C64x™-based development tool is
required to view and access the VLIB
software. If needed, TI recommends
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Vision Solutions

Machine Vision: Camera
Machine Vision Camera System Block Diagram
Optics and
Lighting
Image Sensor
Module
CCD
AFE
CCD/CMOS
Sensor
focus
DDR
Power
As Needed,
Depending on
CMOS Sensor
Core
Power
Up to
12 Bits
DDR
Memory
External DAC optional depending
on processor integration or higher
resolution requirements
Optional
Video
DAC
µP/DSP
Clock
Driver
Motor/
Servo
Controller
FPGA
Lens Drive
System Control
Motor
15 V
Video
Amp
Direct
Connection
to Processor
Camera
12 V
1.8 V
3.3 V
PoE
5 V (25W Max Input)
OR
System Power
Low-Noise
Analog
Power Management
Optional
Isolated
Converter
Offline Voltage
12 V - 24 V Vin
CameraLinkTM
Analog Video Out
(Composite - NTSC, PAL
Component - RGB)
OR
Digital Video Out
Digital Control
Other Standard
Digital Interfaces
1394
USB
PoE
Controller
Ethernet PHY
OR
Power-over-CL
10 V @ 400 mA or 12 V @ 333 mA Vin
(4 W Max Input)
OR
1394
30 V @ 1.5 A
LAN Port
LEGEND
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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Featured Products
Product
1394
Clock Driver
Core Power
Power over Ethernet Controller
Processor
TI Part #
TSB41BA3D
CDCE949
TPS54317
TPS62110
TPS23753
TPS23754
TPS23754-1
TPS2376-H
TMS320C6748
TMS320DM6437
TMS320DM6435
TMS320DM6431
TMS320DM642
TMS320DM648
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USB
Video Amplifier
TI Part #
TPD2E001
TPD4E004
TUSB2551A
TPD2E009
OPA3692
OPA360
THS7303
THS7314
THS7316
THS7365
THS7373
THS7374
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Machine Vision: Frame Grabber
TI’scomprehensivesolutionscoverthe
entirevisionchain–everythingfromthe

equipment .Thisgreatlyenhancesthe
capabilitiesoftheequipment,resulting
inimprovedproductquality,increased
productivityanddecreasedcosts .
Machinevisionreferstobothindustrial
andnon-industrialapplicationswhere
operationalguidanceisprovidedto
equipmentfortheexecutionoffunctions
basedonthecaptureandprocessing
ofimages .Basically,thisisproviding
“sight”or“vision”tootherwise“blind”
initialcaptureofvisioncontenttothe
finalviewingexperience .
Formorespecificinformationabout
machinevisionsolutions,see
www.ti.com/framegrabber .
Machine Vision/Frame Grabber System Block Diagram
Analog Filter +
Gain
Analog Camera Inputs
(Composite - NTSC, PAL)
(Component - RGB)
DDR
Power
Video
Decoder
Video
MUX
Optional
DDR
Memory
Flash
Video
DAC
Video Display
Output
Synchronization
and Glue Logic
Digital Camera Inputs
CameraLink™
Connection
Digital Interface
CameraLinkTM
PLL
Processor
Power
Clock
Digital Media
Processor
FPGA
1394
LAN Port
Ethernet PHY
Other Standard
Digital
Interfaces
Direct
Connection
to Processor
LAN Port
USB Interface
Remote Video
I/O
Power Management
PCI
PCI-toPCIe Bridge
RS-485/RS-232
x-y Position
Camera Control
Temp
Sensor
PCIe
3.3 V and
12 V Vin
System
Power
Low-Noise
Analog
PCIe
LEGEND
Processor
Interface
RF/IF
Amplifier
Logic
Power
ADC/DAC
Clocks
Other
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Featured Products
Product
1394
Analog Filter + Gain
Clock
DDR Power
PCI-to-PCIe Bridge
Processor
TI Part #
TSB43AB21A
TSB43AB22A
TSB43AB23
TSB83AA22C
TSB83AA23
XIO2213B
OPA3692
OPA360
THS7316
THS7327
CDCE913
TPS51200
XIO2000A
XIO2001
TMS320C6455
TMS320C6457
TMS320C6472
TMS320C6474
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Product
Processor (cont’d)
RS-485/RS-232
Temperature Sensor
USB Interface
Video Decoder
Video MUX
TI Part #
TMS320C6748
TMS320DM6437
TMS320DM6435
TMS320DM6431
TMS320DM642
TMS320DM648
TRS3232E
TMP102
TMP122
TPD4E004
TUSB2551A
TPD2E009
TVP5147M1
THS7303
THS7353
OPA3875
OPA4872
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Selection Guides

Digital Media Processors
DaVinci™ Video Processors
Device
CPU
TMS320DM6446AZWT
C64x+™,
ARM9™
DaVinci
Video
TMS320DM6446AZWTA C64x+,
ARM9
DaVinci
Video
TMS320DM6443AZWT C64x+,
ARM9,
DaVinci
Video
TMS320DM6441AZWT
TMS320DM6431ZWT3
TMS320DM6431ZWTQ32
TMS320DM6431ZDU3
TMS320DM6431ZDUQ32
Frequency
(MHz)
TMS320DM6435ZWT4
C64x+,
TMS320DM6435ZWTQ42 DaVinci
TMS320DM6435ZWT5
Video
TMS320DM6435ZWTQ52
TMS320DM6435ZWT6
TMS320DM6435ZWTQ62
TMS320DM6435ZWT7
TMS320DM6435ZWTL
TMS320DM6435ZDU4
TMS320DM6435ZDUQ42
TMS320DM6435ZDU5
TMS320DM6435ZDUQ52
TMS320DM6435ZDU6
TMS320DM6435ZDUQ62
TMS320DM6435ZDU7
TMS320DM6435ZDUL
TMS320DM6437ZWT4
C64x+,
TMS320DM6437ZWTQ42 DaVinci
TMS320DM6437ZWT5
Video
TMS320DM6437ZWTQ52
TMS320DM6437ZWT6
TMS320DM6437ZWTQ62
TMS320DM6437ZWT7
TMS320DM6437ZWTL
TMS320DM6437ZDU4
TMS320DM6437ZDUQ42
TMS320DM6437ZDU5
TMS320DM6437ZDUQ52
TMS320DM6437ZDU6
TMS320DM6437ZDUQ62
TMS320DM6437ZDU7
TMS320DM6437ZDUL
1
External
Memory I/F
Video Ports
(ConfigurConnectivity
EDMA
able)
Serial I/F
I/F
Program/Data
Storage
Voltage
Core
I/O Packaging
1 Input,
1 Output
ASP, I2C,
SPI,
3 UARTs
1 Input,
1 Output
ASP, I2C,
SPI,
3 UARTs
1 Output
ASP, I2C,
SPI,
3 UARTs
112 K
(DSP)
40 K
(ARM)
64 K
64 K 16 K 1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch
(DSP) (ARM)
EMIFA
1 32-/16-Bit
DDR2
64 K 64 K
1 8-Bit
64 Ch
EMIFA,
1 16-Bit
DDR2
1 Input,
1 Output
ASP, I2C,
SPI,
3 UARTs
1 Input
112 K
128 K
1 Output
McASP,
I2C,
1 UART,
1 McBSP,
1 HECC
McASP, 32-Bit PCI, Async SRAM, 1.05/ 1.8/ 361 PBGA
1 McBSP,
VLYNQ,
DDR2 SDRAM, 1.2 3.3 16 × 16 mm,
I2C,
10/100
NAND Flash
1 UART
EMAC,
16-bit HPI
112 K
(DSP)
40 K
(ARM)
594 (DSP) 112 K
256.5
(DSP)
(ARM)
40 K
(ARM)
594 (DSP) 112 K
297 (ARM) (DSP)
40 K
(ARM)
400
500
500
600
660
700
600
400
500
500
600
660
700
600
400
400
500
500
600
660
700
600
400
400
500
500
600
660
700
600
400
400
500
500
600
660
700
600
400
400
500
500
600
660
700
600
L2/
SRAM ROM
(Bytes) (Bytes)
64 K 16 K 1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch
(DSP) (ARM)
EMIFA
1 32-/16-Bit
DDR2
64 K 16 K 1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch
(DSP) (ARM)
EMIFA
1 32-/16-Bit
DDR2
64 K 16 K 1 16-/8-Bit 64 Ch
(DSP) (ARM)
EMIFA
1 32-/16-Bit
DDR2
594 (DSP)
297 (ARM)
C64x+, 513/405
ARM9,
(DSP)
DaVinci 256/202.5
Video
(ARM)
C64x+,
300
DaVinci
Video
TMS320DM6433ZWT4
C64x+,
TMS320DM6433ZWT5
DaVinci
2
TMS320DM6433ZWTQ5
Video
TMS320DM6433ZWT6
2
TMS320DM6433ZWTQ6
TMS320DM6433ZWT7
TMS320DM6433ZWTL
TMS320DM6433ZDU4
TMS320DM6433ZDU5
TMS320DM6433ZDUQ52
TMS320DM6433ZDU6
TMS320DM6433ZDUQ62
TMS320DM6433ZDU7
TMS320DM6433ZDUL
L1/
SRAM
(Bytes)
64 K
1 8-Bit
64 Ch
EMIFA,
1 16-/32-Bit
DDR2
USB 2.0,
Async SRAM,
VLYNQ™, DDR2 SDRAM
10/100
NAND Flash,
EMAC
SmartMedia/xD
USB 2.0,
Async SRAM,
VLYNQ,
DDR2 SDRAM
10/100
NAND Flash,
EMAC
SmartMedia/xD
USB 2.0,
Async SRAM,
VLYNQ,
DDR2 SDRAM,
10/100
NAND Flash,
EMAC
SmartMedia/xD
USB 2.0,
VLYNQ,
10/100
EMAC
10/100
EMAC
1.2
1.8/ 361 BGA
3.3 16 × 16 mm
35.63
1.2
1.8/ 361 BGA
3.3 16 × 16 mm
35.63
1.2
1.8/ 361 BGA
3.3 16 × 16 mm
30.54
Async SRAM, 1.2/ 1.8/ 361 BGA
DDR2 SDRAM 1.05 3.3 16 × 16 mm
NAND Flash,
SmartMedia/xD
Async SRAM, 1.2 1.8/ 361 PBGA
DDR2 SDRAM,
3.3 16 × 16 mm,
NAND Flash
376 BGA
23 × 23 mm
30.35
376 BGA
23 × 23 mm
112 K
128 K
64 K
1 8-Bit
64 Ch
EMIFA
1 16-/32-Bit
DDR2
1 Input
McASP,
VLYNQ,
I2C,
10/100
1 McBSP,
EMAC,
2 UARTs, 16-bit HPI
1 HECC
Async SRAM, 1.05/ 1.8/ 361 PBGA
DDR2 SDRAM, 1.2 3.3 16 × 16 mm,
NAND Flash
376 BGA
23 × 23 mm
112 K
128 K
64 K
1 8-Bit
64 Ch
EMIFA,
1 16-/32-Bit
DDR2
1 Input,
1 Output
McASP, 32-Bit PCI, Async SRAM, 1.05/ 1.8/ 361 PBGA
I2C,
VLYNQ,
DDR2 SDRAM, 1.2 3.3 16 × 16 mm,
1 HECC
10/100
NAND Flash
2
EMAC,
3
McBSPs , 16-bit HPI
2 UARTs
P rices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain
the most current and complete pricing information from TI before placing orders. TI may verify final pricing before accepting any order.
Q designates Q100 automotive reliability.
3
McBSP can be configured as an SPI peripheral.
1-KU
Price1
376 BGA
23 × 23 mm
11.25
12.38
11.25
12.38
15.28
16.20
18.03
18.03
21.70
21.70
21.70
15.28
16.20
18.03
18.03
21.70
21.70
21.70
15.81
16.76
16.76
18.66
18.66
22.45
22.45
22.45
15.81
16.76
16.76
18.66
18.66
22.45
22.45
22.45
20.35
24.00
21.55
26.50
24.00
31.90
24.00
28.85
20.35
21.55
21.55
24.00
24.00
28.85
28.85
28.85
New devices are listed in bold red.
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Selection Guides
DaVinci™ Video Processors
Device
CPU
L1/
L2/
Frequency SRAM SRAM ROM
External EDMA
(MHz) (Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes) Memory I/F (Ch)
Video
Ports
(Configurable)
Voltage
Serial I/F
Connectivity I/F
32-bit PCI (33 MHz),
USB 2.0, PHY, VLYNQ,
10/100/1000 EMAC
(w/ MII, GMII, & MDIO
support),
32-/16-bit HPI
32-bit PCI (33 MHz),
USB 2.0, PHY, VLYNQ,
10/100/1000 EMAC
(w/ MII, GMII, & MDIO
support),
32-/16-bit HPI
32-bit PCI (33 MHz),
USB 2.0, PHY, VLYNQ,
10/100/1000 EMAC
(w/ MII, GMII, & MDIO
support),
32-/16-bit HPI
32-bit PCI (33 MHz),
USB 2.0, PHY, VLYNQ,
10/100/1000 EMAC
(w/ MII, GMII, & MDIO
support),
32-/16-bit HPI
32-bit PCI (33 MHz),
USB 2.0, PHY, VLYNQ,
10/100/1000 EMAC
(w/ MII, GMII, & MDIO
support),
32-/16-bit HPI
32-bit PCI (33 MHz),
USB 2.0, PHY, VLYNQ,
10/100/1000 EMAC
(w/ MII, GMII, & MDIO
support),
32-/16-bit HPI
USB 2.0 HS
TMS320DM6467ZUT
C64x+™,
ARM9™
DaVinci
HD
Video
594
(DSP)
297
(ARM)
64 K 128 K 8 K 1 16-/8-Bit
(DSP) (DSP) (ARM)
EMIFA
56 K
1 32-/16(ARM)
Bit DDR2
64
See
Note 2
2 McASPs, I2C,
SPI, 3 UARTs
(with IrDA and
CIR support)
TMS320DM6467ZUT7
C64x+,
ARM9
DaVinci
HD
Video
729
(DSP)
364.5
(ARM)
64 K 128 K 8 K 1 16-/8-Bit
(DSP) (DSP) (ARM)
EMIFA
56 K
1 32-/16(ARM)
Bit DDR2
64
See
Note 2
2 McASPs, I2C,
SPI, 3 UARTs
(with IrDA and
CIR support)
TMS320DM6467ZUTA
C64x+,
ARM9
DaVinci
HD
Video
594
(DSP)
297
(ARM)
64 K 128 K 8 K 1 16-/8-Bit
(DSP) (DSP) (ARM)
EMIFA
56 K
1 32-/16(ARM)
Bit DDR2
64
See
Note 2
2 McASPs, I2C,
SPI, 3 UARTs
(with IrDA and
CIR support)
TMS320DM6467ZUTAV C64x+,
594
(DSP)
297
(ARM)
64 K 128 K 8 K 1 16-/8-Bit
(DSP) (DSP) (ARM)
EMIFA
56 K
1 32-/16(ARM)
Bit DDR2
64
See
Note 2
2 McASPs, I2C,
SPI, 3 UARTs
(with IrDA and
CIR support)
TMS320DM6467ZUTD7 C64x+,
729
(DSP)
364.5
(ARM)
64 K 128 K 8 K 1 16-/8-Bit
(DSP) (DSP) (ARM)
EMIFA
56 K
1 32-/16(ARM)
Bit DDR2
64
See
Note 2
2 McASPs, I2C,
SPI, 3 UARTs
(with IrDA and
CIR support)
C64x+,
ARM9
DaVinci
HD
Video
594
(DSP)
297
(ARM)
64 K 128 K 8 K 1 16-/8-Bit
(DSP) (DSP) (ARM)
EMIFA
56 K
1 32-/16(ARM)
Bit DDR2
64
See
Note 2
2 McASPs, I2C,
SPI, 3 UARTs
(with IrDA and
CIR support)
ARM9
DaVinci
HD
Video
ARM9
DaVinci
HD
Video
TMS320DM6467ZUTV
TMX320DM335ZCE135 ARM9,
TMX320DM335ZCE216 DaVinci
135
216
32 K
–
8K
1 16-/8-Bit
EMIFA,
1 16-Bit
mDDR/
DDR2
64
1 Input,
1 Output
3 SPI,
2 ASP,
3 UARTs,
I2C
TMX320DM355ZCE216 ARM9,
TMX320DM355ZCE270 DaVinci
216
270
–
–
8K
1 16-/8-Bit
EMIFA,
1 16-Bit
mDDR/
DDR2
64
1 Input,
1 Output
3 SPI,
2 ASP,
3 UARTs,
I2C
USB 2.0 HS
TMX320DM365ZCE270 ARM9,
TMX320DM365ZCE300 DaVinci
270
300
32 K
–
16 K 1 16-/8-Bit
EMIFA,
1 16-Bit
mDDR/
DDR2
64
1 Input,
3 Outputs
5 SPI,
2 ASP,
2 UARTs,
2 SD MMC,
I2C
USB 2.0 HS,
EMAC
Video
Video
Video
Program/Data
Storage
Core
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM
SmartMedia/
SSFDC/xD,
NAND Flash,
NOR Flash
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM
SmartMedia/
SSFDC/xD,
NAND Flash,
NOR Flash
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM
SmartMedia/
SSFDC/xD,
NAND Flash,
NOR Flash
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM
SmartMedia/
SSFDC/xD,
NAND Flash,
NOR Flash
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM
SmartMedia/
SSFDC/xD,
NAND Flash,
NOR Flash
Async SRAM,
DDR2 SDRAM
SmartMedia/
SSFDC/xD,
NAND Flash,
NOR Flash
Async SRAM,
mDDR/DDR2
SDRAM,
OneNAND,
NAND Flash,
SmartMedia/
xD
Async SRAM,
mDDR/DDR2
SDRAM,
NAND Flash,
SmartMedia/
xD
Async SRAM,
mDDR/DDR2
SDRAM,
OneNAND,
NAND Flash,
SmartMedia/
xD
I/O Packaging
1-KU
Price1
1.2 1.8/ 529 BGA
66.82
3.3 19 × 19 mm
1.2 1.8/ 529 BGA
83.53
3.3 19 × 19 mm
1.2 1.8/ 529 BGA
80.18
3.3 19 × 19 mm
1.2/ 1.8/ 529 BGA
80.18
1.05 3.3 19 × 19 mm
1.2/ 1.8/ 529 BGA
93.55
1.05 3.3 19 × 19 mm
1.2/ 1.8/ 529 BGA
66.82
1.05 3.3 19 × 19 mm
1.3 1.8/ 337 BGA
9.05
3.3 13 × 13 mm 10.25
1.3 1.8/ 329 BGA
13.85
3.3 13 × 13 mm 18.55
1.2/ 1.8/ 338 BGA
19.25
1.35 3.3 13 × 13 mm 25.05
1
P rices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain New devices are listed in bold red.
the most current and complete pricing information from TI before placing orders. TI may verify final pricing before accepting any order.
2
Video port [config. for dual 8-bit SD (BT.565), single 16-bit HD (BT.1120), or single 8-/10-/12-bit raw capture chs]. 1 video port [configured for dual 8-bit SD (BT.565) or single 16-bit HD (BT.1120) display chs],
2 transport stream interface for MPEG transport stream, 1 VDCE for horizontal/vertical downscaling, chroma conversion, edge padding and anti-alias filtering.
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Selection Guides

Digital Media Processors
TMS320DM64x™ Video Processors
Device
TMS320DM647ZUT7
TMS320DM647ZUT9
CPU
C64x+™,
DaVinci
Video
TMS320DM647ZUTD7
TMS320DM647ZUTD9
TMS320DM647ZUTA8
TMS320DM648ZUT7
TMS320DM648ZUT9
C64x+,
DaVinci
Video
TMS320DM648ZUTD7
TMS320DM648ZUTD9
TMS320DM648ZUTA8
L1/
L2/
External
Frequency SRAM SRAM ROM Memory
(MHz) (Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes)
I/F
720
900
720
900
800
720
900
720
900
800
400
32 K/ 256 K 64 K
32 K
32 K/ 512 K 64 K
32 K
EDMA
(Ch)
Video Ports
(Configurable)
1 16-/
8-Bit
EMIFA3,
1 32-/
16-Bit
DDR2
64
5 video ports
(each
configurable as
dual capture,
single capture,
display,
TSI capture)
1 16-/
8-Bit
EMIFA3,
1 32-/
16-Bit
DDR2
64
Connectivity I/F2
1 I2C,
1 SPI,
1 UART,
1 McASP
PCI/HPI, VLYNQ™,
10/100/1000
3-pt Ethernet
Switch Subsys
w/ 1 SGMII Port
Async
1.2/ 1.8/ 529 nFBGA, 37.05
SRAM, DDR2 1.2 3.3 19 × 19 mm 46.31
SDRAM,
NAND Flash,
NOR Flash
PCI/HPI, VLYNQ,
10/100/1000
3-pt Ethernet
Switch Subsys
w/ 2 SGMII Ports
1.2
1.2
1.2
Async
1.2/ 1.8/ 529 nFBGA,
SRAM, DDR2 1.2 3.3 19 × 19 mm
SDRAM,
NAND Flash,
NOR Flash
44.46
53.72
46.31
46.35
57.94
1.2
1.2
1.2
1.2 3.3 548 BGA,
23 × 23 mm
55.62
67.21
57.94
21.88
5 video ports
2 I2C,
(each
1 SPI,
configurable as 1 UART,
dual capture, 1 McASP,
single capture,
2 TSIP
display,
TSI capture)
–
1 32-Bit
64
1 8-bit
2 McBSP
EMAC5
400
16 K/ 128 K
16 K
–
1 32-Bit
64
1 8-bit
2 McBSP
EMAC5
C64x,
Video
500
16 K/ 128 K
16 K
–
1 32-Bit
64
2 8-bit
2 McBSP
HPI/16/EMAC5
TMS320DM641AGDK6
C64x,
Video
600
16 K/ 128 K
16 K
–
1 32-Bit
64
2 8-bit
2 McBSP
HPI/16/EMAC5
TMS320DM641AGNZ6
C64x,
Video
600
16 K/ 128 K
16 K
–
1 32-Bit
64
2 8-bit
2 McBSP
HPI/16/EMAC5
TMS320DM643AGDK5
C64x,
Video
500
16 K/ 256 K
16 K
–
1 64-Bit
64
2 20-bit
1 McBSP
HPI 32/EMAC5
TMS320DM643AGNZ5
C64x,
Video
500
16 K/ 256 K
16 K
–
1 64-Bit
64
2 20-bit
1 McBSP
HPI 32/EMAC5
TMS320DM643AGDK6
C64x,
Video
600
16 K/ 256 K
16 K
–
1 64-Bit
64
2 20-bit
1 McBSP
HPI 32/EMAC5
TMS320DM643AGNZ6
C64x,
Video
600
16 K/ 256 K
16 K
–
1 64-Bit
64
2 20-bit
1 McBSP
HPI 32/EMAC5
TMS320DM642AGDK5
C64x,
Video
500
16 K/ 256 K
16 K
–
1 64-Bit
64
3 20-bit
24 McBSP
PCI/HPI 32/EMAC5
TMS320DM642AGNZ5
C64x,
Video
500
16 K/ 256 K
16 K
–
1 64-Bit
64
3 20-bit
24 McBSP
PCI/HPI 32/EMAC5
TMS320DM642AGDK6
C64x,
Video
600
16 K/ 256 K
16 K
–
1 64-Bit
64
3 20-bit
24 McBSP
PCI/HPI 32/EMAC5
TMS320DM642AGNZ6
C64x,
Video
600
16 K/ 256 K
16 K
–
1 64-Bit
64
3 20-bit
24 McBSP
PCI/HPI 32/EMAC5
TMS320DM642AGDK7
C64x,
Video
720
16 K/ 256 K
16 K
–
1 64-Bit
64
3 20-bit
24 McBSP
PCI/HPI 32/EMAC5
TMS320DM642AGNZ7
C64x,
Video
720
16 K/ 256 K
16 K
–
1 64-Bit
64
3 20-bit
24 McBSP
PCI/HPI 32/EMAC5
C64x™,
Video
TMS320DM640AGNZ4
C64x,
Video
TMS320DM641AGDK5
1-KU
Price1
Serial I/F
16 K/ 128 K
16 K
TMS320DM640AGDK4
Voltage
Program/Data
Storage
Core I/O Packaging
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
SDRAM,
SBSRAM,
Async SRAM
1.2 3.3 548 BGA,
21.88
27 × 27 mm
1.2 3.3 548 BGA,
25.61
23 × 23 mm
1.4 3.3 548 BGA,
28.17
23 × 23 mm
1.4 3.3 548 BGA,
28.17
27 × 27 mm
1.2 3.3 548 BGA,
28.42
23 × 23 mm
1.2 3.3 548 BGA,
28.42
27 × 27 mm
1.4 3.3 548 BGA,
30.98
23 × 23 mm
1.4 3.3 548 BGA,
30.98
27 × 27 mm
1.2 3.3 548 BGA,
33.80
23 × 23 mm
1.2 3.3 548 BGA,
33.80
27 × 27 mm
1.4 3.3 548 BGA,
37.18
23 × 23 mm
1.4 3.3 548 BGA,
37.18
27 × 27 mm
1.4 3.3 548 BGA,
52.23
23 × 23 mm
1.4 3.3 548 BGA,
52.23
27 × 27 mm
1
P rices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain New devices are listed in bold red.
the most current and complete pricing information from TI before placing orders. TI may verify final pricing before accepting any order.
2
3
4
HPI is selectable, 32-bit or 16-bit. EMIFA does not support SDRAM.
The DM642 can be configured to have up to three serial ports in various video/McASP/McBSP combinations.
5
The DM640 has an Ethernet MAC. The DM641 can be configured to have either a 16-bit HPI or Ethernet MAC. The DM643 can be configured to have either a 32-bit HPI or a 16-bit HPI and Ethernet MAC. The
DM642 can be configured to have either a 32-bit PCI or 32-bit HPI or a 16-bit HPI and Ethernet MAC.
Note: Check www.ti.com for extended temperature and packaging options.
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Selection Guides
TMS320C645x DSP Generation – Highest Performance Fixed-Point DSPs
Internal RAM (Bytes)
Power (W)2
Voltage (V)
L1 Program Cache/
Enhanced
L1 Data Cache/
DMA
Internal
Part Number
Cores L2 Unified RAM/Cache McASP McBSP TSIP (Channels)
COM3
Timers MHz MIPS Logic Total Core
I/O
Packaging
TMS320C6457CMH
1
32 K/32 K/2 M
–
2+Utopia4 –
64
Serial RapidIO®/HPI/ 25 1000 8000 1.85 2.33 1.1 3.3, 1.8, 688 BGA,
23 mm
Gigabit EMAC
1.1
TMS320C6457CMH2
1
32 K/32 K/2 M
–
2+Utopia4
–
64
Serial RapidIO/HPI/
25
1200 9600
2.79
3.27
3.3, 1.8, 688 BGA,
23 mm
1.2
145.41
25
1200 96006
1.76
2.30 1.25 3.3, 1.8, 697 BGA,
1.5, 1.25 24 mm
215.72
25
1000 80006
1.66
171.36
25
850
68006
1.41
25
720
57606
1.29
25
1200 9600
1.76
25
1000 8000
1.66
25
850
6800
1.41
2.19 1.25 3.3, 1.8,
1.5, 1.25
1.94 1.2 3.3, 1.8,
1.5, 1.2
1.81 1.2 3.3, 1.8,
1.5, 1.2
2.30 1.25 3.3, 1.8,
1.5, 1.25
2.19 1.25 3.3, 1.8,
1.5, 1.25
1.94 1.2 3.3, 1.8,
25
720
5760
1.29
1.81
45
900
7200
2.173 3.373 1.2
45
720
5760
1.92
1.2
Gigabit EMAC
TMS320C6455BZTZ2
1
32 K/32 K/2 M
–
2+Utopia4
–
64
Serial RapidIO/HPI/
PCI/Gigabit EMAC
TMS320C6455BZTZ
1
32 K/32 K/2 M
–
2+Utopia4
–
64
TMS320C6455BZTZ8
1
32 K/32 K/2 M
–
2+Utopia4
–
64
TMS320C6455BZTZ7
1
32 K/32 K/2 M
–
2+Utopia4
–
64
TMS320C6454BZTZ2
1
32 K/32 K/1 M
–
2
–
64
TMS320C6454BZTZ
1
32 K/32 K/1 M
–
2
–
64
TMS320C6454BZTZ8
1
32 K/32 K/1 M
–
2
–
64
Serial RapidIO/HPI/
PCI/Gigabit EMAC
Serial RapidIO/HPI/
PCI/Gigabit EMAC
Serial RapidIO/HPI/
PCI/Gigabit EMAC
HPI/PCI/
Gigabit EMAC
HPI/PCI/
Gigabit EMAC
HPI/PCI/
Gigabit EMAC
TMS320C6454BZTZ7
1
32 K/32 K/1 M
–
2
–
64
TMS320C6452ZUT9
1
32 K/32 K/1.4 M
1
–
2
64
TMS320C6452ZUT7
1
32 K/32 K/1.4 M
1
–
2
64
HPI/PCI/
Gigabit EMAC
2×SGMII/Gigabit
EMAC Switch/UHPI/
PCI/VLYNQ™
2×SGMII/Gigabit
EMAC Switch/UHPI/
PCI/VLYNQ
1-KU
Price1
111.85
1.2
3.116 1.2
697 BGA,
24 mm
697 BGA,
24 mm
697 BGA,
24 mm
687 BGA,
24 mm
687 BGA,
24 mm
687 BGA,
1.5, 1.2 24 mm
3.3, 1.8, 687 BGA,
1.5, 1.2 24 mm
3.3, 1.8 529 BGA,
19 mm
3.3, 1.8 529 BGA,
19 mm
148.86
126.15
175.07
134.13
106.26
87.10
91.31
80.10
1
Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain New devices are listed in bold red.
the most current and complete pricing information from TI before placing orders. TI may verify final pricing before accepting any order.
2
A ssumes the following conditions: 60% CPU utilization; DDR2 at 50% utilization (250 MHz), 50% writes, 32 bits, 50% bit switching; two 2-MHz McBSPs at 100% utilization, 50% switching; two 75-MHz timers at
100% utilization; device configured for HPI32 mode with pull-up resistors on HPI pins; room temperature (25°C). See SPRAAE8 for TMS320C6455 and TMS320C6454 DSPs. See SPRAAR5 for TMS320C6452 DSPs.
3
HPI is selectable, 32 bit or 16 bit.
4
UTOPIA pins muxed with a second McBSP.
5
64-bit configurable timers.
6
Plus on-chip Turbo (TCP) and Viterbi (VCP) coprocessors.
Note: Check www.ti.com for extended temperature and packaging options..
TMS320C674x DSP Generation – Floating-Point DSPs
Frequency L1P
L1D
L2
RAM
External
DMA
Part Number
CPU
(MHz) (Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes) Memory I/F (Ch) Timers
Serial Ports
TMS320C6748ZCE C674x 300
32 K 32 K 256 K 128 K DDR2/mDDR 64
3 GP, USB 2.0 HS OTG,
SDRAM
1 GP/WD USB 1.1, SATA
NAND
1 McASP, 2 McBSP,
NOR
2 SPI, 2 I2C,
3 UART
TMS320C6748ZWT C674x 300
32 K 32 K 256 K 128 K DDR2/mDDR 64
3 GP, USB 2.0 HS OTG,
SDRAM
1 GP/WD USB 1.1, SATA
NAND
1 McASP, 2 McBSP,
NOR
2 SPI, 2 I2C,
3 UART
TMS320C6746ZCE C674x 300
32 K 32 K 256 K
DDR2/mDDR 64
3 GP, USB 2.0 HS OTG,
SDRAM
1 GP/WD 1 McASP, 2 McBSP,
NAND
2 SPI, 2 I2C,
NOR
3 UART
TMS320C6746ZWT C674x 300
32 K 32 K 256 K
DDR2/mDDR 64
3 GP, USB 2.0 HS OTG,
SDRAM
1 GP/WD 1 McASP, 2 McBSP,
NAND
2 SPI, 2 I2C,
NOR
3 UART
Voltage (V) Total
Power
1-KU
Misc
Core I/O (mW) Packaging
Price1
10/100 Ethernet MAC, 1.2/ 1.8/ 4422 0.65-mm 361-pin 15.203
2 MMC/SD, 2 PWMs, 1.1/ 3.3
13×13-mm BGA
LCD controller, uHPI, 1.0
3 eCAP, Video I/O
10/100 Ethernet MAC, 1.2/ 1.8/ 4422 0.8-mm 361-pin
2 MMC/SD, 2 PWMs, 1.1/ 3.3
16×16-mm BGA
LCD controller, uHPI, 1.0/
3 eCAP, Video I/O
15.203
10/100 Ethernet MAC,
2 MMC/SD, 2 PWMs,
3 eCAP, uHPI,
Video I/O
10/100 Ethernet MAC,
2 MMC/SD, 2 PWMs,
3 eCAP, uHPI,
Video I/O
1.2/ 1.8/ 4422 0.65-mm 361-pin 13.503
1.1/ 3.3
13×13-mm BGA
1.0/
P rices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI prior to placing orders. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order.
2
70% DSP load (300 MHz), 50% DDR2 EMIF (133 MHz), 50% McBSP (25 MHz), Timer at 100%, CVDD = 1.2 V, @ 25°C.
3
TMS pricing will come into effect when the device is fully qualified in 1Q10. TMX pricing will be applied until that time.
Note: Check www.ti.com for extended temperature and packaging options.
New devices are listed in bold red.
1
Texas Instruments 4Q 2009
1.2/ 1.8/ 4422 0.8-mm 361-pin
1.1/ 3.3
16×16-mm BGA
1.0/
13.503
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Digital Signal Processors
TMS320C647x DSP Generation – Multi-Core Highest-Performance Fixed-Point DSP
Part Number
TMS320C6474ZUN
Internal RAM (Bytes)
L1 Program Cache/
Enhanced
L1 Data Cache/
DMA
Cores L2 Unified RAM/Cache McASP McBSP TSIP (Channels)
3
96 K/96 K/3.072 M
–
2
–
64
Power (W)2
COM3
Timers MHz MIPS
Serial RapidIO®/
64 1000 24000
SGMII/Gigabit EMAC
Voltage (V)
Internal
Logic Total
5.04 5.43
Core
0.9 to 1.2
SmartReflex™
2.823
1.0
TMX320C6472CZTZ
6
192 K/192 K/4.8 M
–
–
3
64
Serial RapidIO/
RGMII/Gigabit EMAC
12
500 24000
2.44
TMX320C6472CZTZ6
6
192 K/192 K/4.8 M
–
–
3
64
Serial RapidIO/
RGMII/Gigabit EMAC
12
625 30000
3.62
4.0
1.1
TMX320C6472CZTZ7
6
192 K/192 K/4.8 M
–
–
3
64
Serial RapidIO/
RGMII/Gigabit EMAC
12
700 33600
5.06
5.44
1.2
I/O Packaging
1.8, 561 BGA,
1.1 23 mm
1.2, 737 BGA
1.8,
3.3
1.2, 737 BGA
1.8,
3.3
1.2, 737 BGA
1.8,
3.3
1-KU
Price1
224.81
140.00
175.00
210.00
1
Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most New devices are listed in bold red.
current and complete pricing information from TI prior to placing orders. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order.
2
Assumes the following conditions: 60% CPU utilization; DDR2 at 50% utilization (250 MHz), 50% writes, 32 bits, 50% bit switching; two 2-MHz McBSPs at 100% utilization, 50% switching; two 75-MHz timers at
100% utilization; room temperature (25°C). See SPRAAX3 for TMS320C6474 DSPs.
3
4
HPI is selectable, 32 bit or 16 bit.
64-bit configurable timers.
Note: Check www.ti.com for extended temperature and packaging options. Additional information on enhanced plastic and HiRel DSP versions is available on page 103 of the Embedded Processing Guide.
TMS320C55x™ DSP Generation – Fixed-Point DSPs
Part Number
TMS320VC5509AGHH6
TMS320VC5509AGHHR6
TMS320VC5509APGE6
TMS320VC5509AZHH6
TMS320VC5509AZHHR6
DAT/Pro
Voltage (V)
RAM ROM I-Cache EMIF DMA (ADDR)
MMC/
2
3
2
4
(Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes) (Bits) (Ch) (Words) USB ADC UART I C RTC McBSP SD
Core
I/O
256 K 64 K
–
16
6
8M
Y1 Y1
–
Y Y
3
2 1.2/1.35/ 2.7–
1.6
3.6
256 K 64 K
–
16
6
8M
Y1 Y1
–
Y Y
3
2 1.2/1.35/ 2.7–
1.6
3.6
256 K 64 K
–
16
6
8M
Y1 Y2
–
Y Y
3
2 1.2/1.35/ 2.7–
1.6
3.6
256 K 64 K
–
16
6
8M
Y1 Y1
–
Y Y
3
2 1.2/1.35/ 2.7–
1.6
3.6
256 K 64 K
–
16
6
8M
Y1 Y1
–
Y Y
3
2 1.2/1.35/ 2.7–
1.6
3.6
COM Timers5
MHz
HPI16
27
108/144/
200
HPI16
27
108/144/
200
HPI16
27
108/144/
200
HPI16
27
108/144/
200
HPI16
27
108/144/
200
MIPs
400
(max)
400
(max)
400
(max)
400
(max)
400
(max)
1-KU
Packaging Price1
179 BGA 14.40
179 BGA 14.83
144 LQFP 14.40
179 BGA8 14.40
179 BGA8 14.83
1
P rices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI
prior to placing orders. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order..
2
6
1 = Full speed 2.0; 2 = High speed 2.0
Extended temperature device, –40 to 85°C case temperature operation.
3
7
1 = 4-ch 10-bit ADC; 2 = 2-ch 10-bit ADC
Plus 1 additional programmable watchdog timer.
4
8
Multi-channel buffered serial port (McBSP).
MicroStar BGA™ package.
5
3 = Two general-purpose timers and one 32-bit DSP/BIOS™ kernel counter, 2 = Two general-purpose timers.
Note: All devices include software PLL.
Note: Enhanced plastic and HiRel DSP versions are available for selected DSPs.
TMS320C54x™ DSP Generation – Fixed-Point DSPs
Part Number
TMS320UC5402PGE80
RAM
(Bytes)
32 K
ROM
(Bytes)
8K
DAT/Pro
(ADDR) (Bytes)
128 K/2 M
EMIF
(Bits)
16
UART
–
McBSP
2
Voltage (V)
Core
I/O
1.8 1.8–3.6
COM
HPI 8
Timers
2
DMA
6
MHz
80
MIPs
80
Packaging
144 LQFP
1-KU
Price1
5.50
TMS320UC5402GGU80
32 K
8K
128 K/2 M
16
–
2
1.8
1.8–3.6
HPI 8
2
6
80
80
144 BGA2
5.50
TMS320UC5402ZGU80
32 K
8K
128 K/2 M
16
–
2
1.8
1.8–3.6
HPI 8
2
6
80
80
144 BGA2
5.50
TMS320VC5402GGU100
32 K
8K
128 K/2 M
16
–
2
1.8
3.3
HPI 8
2
6
100
100
144 BGA
5.50
TMS320VC5402GGUR10
32 K
8K
128 K/2 M
16
–
2
1.8
3.3
HPI 8
2
6
100
100
144 BGA
5.90
TMS320VC5402PGE100
32 K
8K
128 K/2 M
16
–
2
1.8
3.3
HPI 8
2
6
100
100
144 LQFP
5.50
TMS320VC5402PGER10
32 K
8K
128 K/2 M
16
–
2
1.8
3.3
HPI 8
2
6
100
100
144 LQFP
5.90
TMS320VC5402ZGU100
32 K
8K
128 K/2 M
16
–
2
1.8
3.3
HPI 8
2
6
100
100
144 BGA
5.50
TMS320VC5402ZGUR10
32 K
8K
128 K/2 M
16
–
2
1.8
3.3
HPI 8
2
6
100
100
144 BGA
5.90
10.86
TMS320VC5402APGE16
32 K
32 K
128 K/16 M
16
–
3
1.6
3.3
HPI 8
1
6
160
160
144 LQFP
TMS320VC5402AGGU16
32 K
32 K
128 K/16 M
16
–
3
1.6
3.3
HPI 8
1
6
160
160
144 BGA2
10.86
TMS320VC5402AZGU16
32 K
32 K
128 K/16 M
16
–
3
1.6
3.3
HPI 8/16
1
6
160
160
144 BGA
10.86
1
Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing ­information from TI
prior to placing orders. TI may verify final pricing prior to accepting any order.
MicroStar BGA™ package.
Note: All devices include software PLL.
Note: Enhanced plastic and HiRel DSP versions are available for selected DSPs.
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Selection Guides
35
OMAP™ Applications Processors

OMAP35x Applications Processors
External
Frequency L1P
L1D
L2
RAM
ROM Memory
CPU
Graphics
(MHz)
(Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes)
I/F
OMAP3530 ARM® POWERVR
600
16 K
16 K 256 K 64 K 112 K LPDDR,
Cortex™-A8, SGX™
NOR,
C64x+™
430
32 K 32 K + 64 K +
64 K
NAND,
48 K
32 K
OneNAND,
SRAM SRAM
SRAM
Part
Number
OMAP3525
ARM
Cortex-A8,
C64x+
–
600
32 K
430
32 K
16 K
256 K
64 K
32 K + 64 K +
48 K
32 K
SRAM SRAM
112 K
16 K
DMA
(Ch) Timers
32 12 GP,
2 WDT
64
LPDDR, 32
NOR,
NAND,
64
OneNAND,
SRAM
12 GP,
2 WDT
OMAP3515
ARM
POWERVR
Cortex-A8
SGX
600
16 K
16 K
256 K
64 K
112 K
LPDDR, 32
NOR,
NAND,
OneNAND,
SRAM
12 GP,
2 WDT
OMAP3503
ARM
Cortex-A8
600
16 K
16 K
256 K
64 K
112 K
LPDDR, 32
NOR,
NAND,
OneNAND,
SRAM
12 GP,
2 WDT
–
Voltage (V)
Serial Ports
5 McBSP,
4 McSPI,
3 I2C,
1 HS USB 2.0
OTG,
1 HS USB Host
(3 port),
1 HDQ/1-Wire,
3 UART
(1 IrDA+CSI)
5 McBSP,
4 McSPI,
3 I2C,
1 HS USB 2.0
OTG,
1 HS USB Host
(3 port),
1 HDQ/1-Wire,
3 UART
(1 IrDA+CSI)
5 McBSP,
4 McSPI,
3 I2C,
1 HS USB 2.0
OTG,
1 HS USB Host
(3 port),
1 HDQ/1-Wire,
3 UART
(1 IrDA+CSI)
5 McBSP,
4 McSPI,
3 I2C,
1 HS USB 2.0
OTG,
1 HS USB Host
(3 port),
1 HDQ/1-Wire,
3 UART
(1 IrDA+CSI)
1-KU
Core I/O
Misc
Packaging
Price1
HW video
1.35 1.8† 0.4 mm PoP
41.70
accelerator,
515-pin PBGA
NEON coprocessor,
(12mm×12mm),
LCD, TV out,
0.5-mm PoP
Camera I/F, MMU,
515-pin PBGA
3 MMC/SD/SDIO,
(14mm×14mm),
196 GPIO (shared)
0.65 mm
423-pin PBGA
(16mm×16mm)
HW video
1.35 1.8† 0.4 mm PoP
37.50
accelerator,
515-pin PBGA
NEON coprocessor,
(12mm×12mm),
LCD, TV out,
0.5-mm PoP
Camera I/F, MMU,
515-pin PBGA
3 MMC/SD/SDIO,
(14mm×14mm),
196 GPIO (shared)
0.65 mm,
423-pin PBGA
(16mm×16mm)
NEON coprocessor, 1.35 1.8† 0.4 mm PoP
33.85
LCD, TV out,
515-pin PBGA
Camera I/F, MMU,
(12mm×12mm),
3 MMC/SD/SDIO,
0.5-mm PoP
196 GPIO (shared)
515-pin PBGA
(14mm×14mm),
0.65 mm
423-pin PBGA
(16mm×16mm)
NEON coprocessor, 1.35 1.8† 0.4 mm
22.55
LCD, TV out,
515-pin pBGA
Camera I/F, MMU,
(12mm×12mm),
3 MMC/SD/SDIO,
0.65 mm
196 GPIO (shared)
423-pin pBGA
(16mm×16mm)
1
New devices are listed in bold red.
Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI before placing orders. TI may verify final pricing before accepting any order.
†
MMC1 is 3.0 V.
OMAP-L1x Applications Processors
Part
Number
Frequency L1P
L1D
L2
RAM
CPU
(MHz)
(Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes) (Bytes)
OMAP-L137 ARM926EJS,
300
16 K
16 K
128 K
C674x
300
32 K
32 K 256 K Shared
OMAP-L138 ARM926EJS,
C674x
1
300
300
16 K
32 K
16 K
32 K
128 K
256 K Shared
External
Memory
I/F
SDRAM,
NAND,
NOR
DDR2,
mDDR,
NAND,
NOR,
SDRAM
DMA
(Ch)
32
64
Voltage (V)
Timers
Serial Ports
1 GP, USB 2.0 HS OTG,
1 GP/WD
USB 1.1,
3 McASP, 2 SPI
2 I2C, 3 UART
3 GP, USB 2.0 HS OTG,
1 GP/WD
USB 1.1,
1 McASP,
2 McBSP, 2 I2C,
3 UART, 2 SPI
1-KU
Core
I/O
Misc
Packaging
Price1
10/100 Ethernet MAC, 1.2 1.8/3.3 1.0-mm 256-pin
16.35
MMC/SD, 3 PWMs,
BGA (17mm×17mm)
LCD controller,
3 eCAP, 2 eQEP, UHPI
10/100 Ethernet MAC, 1.0–1.2 1.8/3.3 0.8-mm 361-pin
18.60
2 MMC/SD, 2 PWMs,
BGA (16mm×16mm),
LCD controller,
0.65-mm 361-pin
video interface,
BGA (13mm×13mm)
UHPI, SATA, 3 eCAP
Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI before placing orders. TI may verify final pricing before accepting any order.
Texas Instruments 4Q 2009
New devices are listed in bold red.
Video and Vision Guide
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Selection Guides

Video Data Converters and Encoders/Decoders
Video ADCs
Analog
Power DNL
INL
Part
Resolution
Supply Voltage Analog (typ) (Max) (Max)
Number Description
(Bits)
(MSPS)
(V)
Range (V) Inputs (mW) (±LSB) (±LSB)
TVP7002 Triple 8-/10-bit,
10, 8
110/165 1.9, 3.3 0.5 to 2
3
1112
1
4
165/110-MSPS
video ADC
Digital
Clamp
Yes
Flexible
IP
Range
Yes
Int/
Ext
Ref
Yes
PGA PLL
Yes Yes
Power
Down
Yes
SE/
DIF
–
Video
Pins/
Formatter Package Price1
Yes
100
3.00
HTQFP
Video DACs
Part Number
THS8134B
Resolution
(Bits)
8
Sample
Rate
(MSPS)
80
Supply
Voltage
(Analog/
Digital)
(V)
5/3 to 5
Number
of DACs
3
Input Format
1,2,3×8-bit
4:2:2 YCbCr/
RGB
Output Format
Analog RGB/
YPbPr THS8135
3×10 bit 4:4:4,
2×10 bit 4:2:2
or
1×10 bit 4:2:2
(ITU-R.BT656)
multiplexed
YCbCr/GBR
Analog
RGB/YPbPr,
generic DAC
10
240
3.3/1.8
3
THS8200
1, 2×8-/10-bit
4:2:2,
3×8-/10-bit
4:4:4 YCbCr/
RGB, 15-/16-bit
RGB
Analog RGB/
YPbPr
10
205
3.3/1.8
3
Output Standards
YPbPr SDTV/HDTV
(I/P), VESA (to XGA
@ 75 Hz)
YPbPr or RGB
SDTV/HDTV (I/P)
with embedded
composite bi- or
tri-level sync. VESA
PC graphics up to
1920×1440
@ 60 Hz
YPbPr SDTV/HDTV
(I/P), VESA (to UXGA
@ 75 Hz), ITU-R
BT.656
SMPTECompliant
Tri-Level
Sync Gen
Multiplexed
YPbPr/GBR
Input Mode
Yes
Yes
Pin/
Package
48 HTQFP
48 HTQFP
80 HTQFP
Approx.
Price1 Description
3.00 8-bit, 80-MSPS triple
DAC with tri-level
sync generation (HDTV
compliant)
3.00 Triple 10-bit 240-MSPS
video DAC with tri-level
sync & video (ITU-R.
BT.601)-compliant fullscale range
3.50
Triple 10-bit all format
video DAC
Video Encoders/Decoders
Supply
Part Number
Voltage (V)
TVP5150AM1
3.3
Analog
Inputs
2
Input
Standard(s)
NTSC/PAL/
SECAM
ADC
9-bit
30 MHz
ADC
Resolution
(Bits)
9
Output Standards
NTSC/PAL/SECAM
Input Format
CVBS,
S-Video
Output Format
8-bit 4:2:2
ITU656
1.8 to 3.3
CVBS,
S-Video
8-bit 4:2:2
ITU656
2
NTSC/PAL/
SECAM
9-bit
30 MHz
9
NTSC/PAL/SECAM
TVP5147M1
1.8, 3.3
CVBS,
S-Video,
YPbPr
10
NTSC/PAL/
SECAM
2×10-bit
30 MHz
10
ITU 601, ITU656
TVP5160
1.8, 3.3
CVBS,
S-Video,
SCART, YPbPr
20-bit 4:2:2
YCbCr, 10-bit
ITU-R BT.656
4:2:2 YCbCr,
10-bit 4:2:2
YCbCr
10-bit ITU-R
BT.656 4:2:2
YCbCr 12
NTSC/PAL/
SECAM
2×54 MHz
10
TVP5146M2
1.8, 3.3
CVBS, RGB,
S-Video,
YPbPr
10-bit ITU-R
BT.656 4:2:2
YCbCr, 20-bit
4:2:2 YCbCr
10
NTSC/PAL/
SECAM
4×10-bit
30 MHz
10
TVP5154A
1.8, 3.3
CVBS,
S-Video
8-bit 4:2:2
ITU656
8
NTSC/PAL/
SECAM
27 MHz
TVP5158
1.1, 1.8,
3.3
CVBS
8-bit 4:2:2 or
16-bit 4:2:2
YCbCr with
embedded
syncs
4
NTSC/PAL
10-bit,
27 MHz
TVP5151
Pin/Package
32 TQFP,
48 BGA
MicroStar
Junior™ BGA
32 TQFP,
48 BGA
MicroStar
Junior BGA
80 HTQFP
Approx.
Price1
Description 2.70 Ultra-low power NTSC/
PAL/SECAM video
decoder w/robust sync
detector
2.65 Ultra-low power NTSC/
PAL/SECAM video
decoder w/robust sync
detector
2.95 10-bit high-quality
single-chip digital video
decoder that digitizes
and decodes NTSC/PAL/
SECAM
128 HTQFP
5.20
ITU 601, ITU656
80 HTQFP
3.30
9
ITU656
128 HTQFP
5.75
10
ITU656
128 HTQFP
8.25
NTSC/PAL/SECAM/
component 10-bit digital
video decoder with
Macrovision detection,
3-D-YC/5-line com
10-bit high-quality
single-chip digital video
decoder that digitizes
and decodes NTSC/PAL/
SECAM
4-channel low-power
PAL/NTSC/SECAM
video decoder with
independent scalers
4-channel NTSC/PAL
video decoder with
independent scalers,
noise reduction, auto
contrast
1
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
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Selection Guides
37
AFE and Support Chips and Vertical Drivers

Analog Front End (AFE) and Support Chips
Device
Description
AFE
TG
VD
SNR
(dB)
Bits
Out
MSPS
(MHz)
Pd
(mW)
VS (V)
DNL
(±LSB)
INL
(±LSB)
Gain (dB)
Pin/Package
Price1
Single-Channel AFEs
VSP2582
CDS

—
—
78
12
36
85
2.7 to
3.3
0.5
2
–9 to 35
36-QFN
2.25
VSP2562
CDS with two 8-bit on-chip DAC

—
—
78
12
36
86
2.7 to
3.3
0.5
2
–9 to 44
48-QFP
2.50
VSP2566
CDS with two 8-bit on-chip DAC

—
—
78
16
36
86
2.7 to
3.3
2
32
–9 to 44
48-QFP
2.80
VSP6244
CDS with TG (11 × 3-level, 7 × 2-level
6 × 2-level small)



80
14
50
140
2.7 to
3.3
0.5
12
0 to 51
98-pin BGA
6 × 9 mm
*
VSP6822
CDS with VDr (22 ch)

—

79
12
45
120
2.7 to
3.3
0.5
8
–9 to 44
98-pin BGA
6 × 9 mm
*
VSP01M01
CDS with TG and VD (5 × 3-level, 3 ×
2-level)



80
10
36
139
2.7 to
3.6
1
2
–9 to 44
98-pin BGA
6 × 9 mm
*
VSP02M21A
CDS with TG and VD (10 × 3-level, 6 ×
2-level, 6 × 2-level small)



81
16
36
230
2.7 to
3.6
1
32
–12 to 38
159-pin BGA
8 × 8 mm
0.5-mm pitch
*
VSP8801A
CDS with TG and VD (10 × 3-level, 6 ×
2-level, 6 × 2-level small)



82
14
45
175
2.7 to
3.6
8
0.5
0 to 51
143-pin BGA
8 × 8 mm
0.65-mm pitch
*
Multi-Channel AFEs
VSP2254
2-ch CDS

—
—
75
14
36
210
3.0 to
3.3
2
8
0
96-pin BGA
Monostar
15.752
VSP2590
2-ch CDS

—
—
75
16
41.5
290
2.7 to
3.3
0.8
32
–3 to 5
159-pin BGA 9.25
AFE for Line Sensor
VSP5010
2-ch CDS

—
—
78
12
30
290
3 to
3.6
0.5
2
0 to 24
64 LOFP
64 SOIC
7.40
VSP5100
6-ch CDS with LVDS outputs

—
—
77
10
30
960
2.7 to
3.3
1
32
–3 to 33
TCFP128
**
VSP7502
4-ch SH with LVDS output

—
—
78
16
54
400
1.8
to 3
1
32
0 to 40
159 BGA
8 × 8 mm
8.00/
10 KU
Vertical Drivers
Device
Description
VSP1900
CCD vertical clock driver
1
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 100.
HPA Imaging (VSP) Technical Support: [email protected] (vsp_help)
2
Texas Instruments 4Q 2009
Drive Channels
Voltage Levels
E- Shutter Control
Price2
3 Level drivers ×5,
2 Level drivers ×3
VL= –5 to –9 V,
VH = 11 to 15 V

6.55
Preview devices are listed in bold gray.
New products are listed in bold red.
* 10K/month minimum. Contact TI for product pricing.
** Contact TI for product pricing.
Video and Vision Guide
38
Selection Guides

HDMI, Video Switches/MUXes, Audio Codecs, Digital Audio, Line Drivers
HDMI Switches and Repeaters
Device
TMDS141
TMDS351
TMDS442
Description
HDMI hider
3-to-1 DVI/HDMI switch
4-to-2 DVI/HDMI switch
No. of Inputs
1
3
4
No. of Outputs
1
1
2
Intra-Pair Skew
(max) (ps)
50
40
50
Inter-Pair Skew
(max) (ps)
100
65
100
ICC (max)
(mA)
150
200
550
ESD HBM
(kV)
5
8
5
Pin/Package
40 QFN
64 TQFP
128 TQFP
Price1
1.75
1.90
3.45
Video Switches
Device
VCC
TS3DV416
TS3DV520E
TS3DV421
TS3V330
TS3V340
TS5V330
TL52055
3.3 V
3.0/3.6 V
3.0/3.6 V
3.3 V
3.3 V
5V
5V
Signal Type
Configuration
Digital video (DVI, HDMI)
Digital video (DVI, HDMI)
Digital video (DVI, HDMI)
Analog composite, component video
Analog composite, component video
Analog composite, component video
Analog composite, component video
4-channel differential SPDT
5-channel differential SPDT
4-channel differential 8:24 multiplexer switch
4-channel SPDT
4-channel SPDT
4-channel SPDT
3-channel SPDT buffered
RON (max) (Ohms)
Bandwidth
XTALK
8
8
12.5
10
6
10
Push-pull type output
800 MHz (1.8 Gbps)
1.2 GHz (2.4 Gbps)
1.9 GHz (3.8 Gbps)
300 MHz
500 MHz
300 MHz
40 MHz
–41 dB
–41 dB
–50 dB
–80 dB
–80 dB
–63 dB
–75 dB
Voiceband Codecs
Device
Description
Sample
Rate
(kHz)
Number
of Input
Channel(s)
SNR DAC
(dB)
SNR ADC
(dB)
Interface
Analog
Supply
(V)
Logic Supply
(V)
Power
Supply
(mW) (typ)
Package(s)
Price1
AIC111
Lowest power, 20-bit
40
1
87
87
SPI, DSP
1.1 to 1.5
+1.1 to +3.3
0.46
QFN-32,
FlipChip
5.20
TLV320AIC12K
Low-power, mono codec,
16-bit, 26-ksps voiceband
codec with 8W driver
26
1
90
92/84
I2C, S2C,
DSP
1.65 to 1.95/
2.7 to 3.6
+1.1 to +3.6
10
TSSOP-30
1.60
TLV320AIC14K
Low-power, mono codec,
16-bit, 26-ksps voiceband
codec
26
1
90
92/84
I2C, S2C,
DSP
1.65 to 1.95/
2.7 to 3.6
+1.1 to +3.6
10
TSSOP-30
1.35
TLV320AIC20K
Low-power, stereo codec,
16-bit, 26-ksps voiceband
codec with 8W driver
26
2
90
92/84
I2C, S2C,
DSP
1.65 to 1.95/
2.7 to 3.6
+1.1 to +3.6
20
TQFP-48
2.70
TLV320AIC24K
Low-power, stereo codec,
16-bit, 26-ksps voiceband
codec
26
2
90
92/84
I2C, S2C,
DSP
1.65 to 1.95/
2.7 to 3.6
+1.1 to +3.6
20
TQFP-48
2.45
Digital Audio Processors
Digital
I/O
Input FS
(kHz)
Processing Bits/
Accumulator
I/O Max
Resolution (Bits)
Package
Price1
Configurable volume, bass, treble, loudness, DRC, mixing, delay, 3-D effects,
bi-quad filters
4/3
8–96
48/76
32
PSOP-32
4.15
Fully-programmable, 135-MHz, 48-bit, 8-channel processor
Fully-programmable, 135-MHz, 48-bit, 8-channel processor (automotive qualified)
8/8
8/8
16–192
16–192
48/76
48/76
24
24
TSSOP-38
TSSOP-38
5.10
5.75
Package(s)
SOIC
MSOP, SOIC
Price1
2.15
1.20
Device
Description
TAS3103A
TAS3108
TAS3108IA
Video Multiplexers
Device
Description
OPA4872 4:1 MUX
OPAy875 2:1 MUX
Ch
1
1, 3
SHDN
Y
Y
Supply Voltage
(V)
±3.5, ±6
±3, ±6
–3 dB at
G=+2
Bandwidth
(MHz)
500
700
0.1-dB
Offset
Gain
Diff
Diff
Voltage
Flatness Gain Phase Slew Rate (mV)
(MHz)
(%)
(°)
(V/µs)
(max)
120 0.035 0.005
2300
5
200 0.025 0.025
3100
7
IQ per
Ch.
(mA) Input Range
(Typ)
(V)
RRO
10.6
±2.8
N
11
±2.8
N
DirectPath™ 2-VRMS Line Drivers
Device
DRV600
DRV601
DRV602
DRV603
1
Description
Fixed-gain, single-supply, ground-biased output 2-VRMS line driver
Variable-gain, single-supply, ground-biased output 2-VRMS line driver
Differential input, variable gain 2-VRMS line driver
Differential input, variable gain 2-VRMS with Powersense Technology
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Gain
(V/V)
Power Supply
(V)
Slew Rate
(V/µs)
1.5
Variable
Variable
Variable
±1.8 to ±4.5
±1.8 to ±4.5
±1.8 to ±4.5
±1.8 to ±5.5
2.2
2.2
2.2
2.2
Drive Capability
2 VRMS
2 VRMS
2 VRMS
2 VRMS
600-W Load
600-W Load
into 2500 W
into 2500 W
Price1
0.95
0.75
0.70
0.85
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Video Amplifiers

Video Amplifiers
Ch
3
3
3
SHDN
Y
Y
N
Supply Voltage
(V)
2.7 to 5.5
2.85 to 5.5
2.85 to 5.5
–3 dB at
G=+2
Bandwidth
(MHz)
8
8.5
8.5
4
Y
2.85 to 5
9.5
—
0.1
0.3
150
380
4
Y
2.85 to 5.5
9.5
—
0.5
0.5
150
365
1
Y
2.7 to 3.3
5
0.5
1
55
80
6
1
Y
2.5 to 3.3
5
0.5
1
55
55
5.3
3
6
Y
Y
2.6 to 5
2.7 to 5
9-MHz
2-Pole Filter
9-MHz
2-Pole Filter
20
9.5, 36
11
—
0.05
0.2
0.03
0.3
80
500
250
400
1.13
3.45
4
Y
2.7 to 5
9.5, 36
—
0.2
0.3
475
400
4.05
3
1
1
N
N
Y
2.85 to 5.5
+2.7, ±5, +15
2.7 to 3.3
36
40
40
—
20
12
0.1
0.05
0.3
0.1
0.08
0.7
—
35
55
390
12.5
6
5.8
750
5.2
1, 2, 3
1, 2, 4
N
N
+2.8, ±5
2.5 to 5.5
80
100
—
40
0.1
0.02
0.16
0.09
350
150
1, 2
Y
2.5 to 5.5
100
40
0.02
0.09
150
VFB
1, 2, 4
VFB
1
CFB
1, 2
3
I2C, selectable SD/ED/HD/
bypass 5th-order LPF, 0-dB gain
1, 2, 3, 4
OPAy684 CFB
VCA822
Wideband, variable gain, linear
1
in V/V
3
THS7303 I2C, selectable SD/ED/HD/
bypass 5th-order LPF, 6 dB
OPAy355 VFB, low cost, SHDN
1, 2, 3
N
N
Y
Y
+2.8, ±5.5
±5
±5, +5
2.7 to 5.5
Y
Y
±5, +5
±5
110
150
150
9/16/
35/150
160
168
Y
2.7 to 5.5
Y
2.5 to 5.5
9/16/
35/190
200
OPAy356 VFB, low cost
1, 2
N
2.5 to 5.5
200
75
1
1, 2, 3
1, 2, 3
1, 4
1, 3
6
N
Y
Y
N
Y
Y
±5
±5, +5
±5, +5
±.5, +5
±5, +5
2.7 to 5
30
30
90
—
120
—
3
Y
2.7 to 5.5
3
2
1, 3
1
Y
N
Y
Y
2.7 to 5.5
±5
±5, +5
±5
200
220
225
230
240
9.5/18/35
70/330
9/16/35/
75/500
500
690
700
710
1, 2, 3
1
Y
N
±5, +5
±5, 3.3
1400
N/A
320
240
1
1
N
N
±5
±5
N/A
N/A
N/A
N/A
Device
Description
THS7313 I2C, SD 5th-order LPF
THS7314 SDTV, 5th-order Butterworth
THS7315 SDTV, 5th-order Butterworth,
5.2-V/V gain
THS7374 SDTV, 6th-order Butterworth,
6-dB gain
THS7375 SDTV, 6th-order Butterworth,
5.6-V/V gain
OPA360 G = 2, DC-coupled, LPF,
Use with DM270/275/320
OPA361 G = 5.2, DC-coupled, LPF, TV
detect
THS7319 EDTV/SDTV, very low power, µ*CSP
THS7365 3-SD, 3-HD, 6th-order filter,
6-dB gain
THS7373 1-SD, 3-HD, 6th-order filter,
6-dB gain
THS7316 HDTV, 5th order
THS4281 Low power, high speed, RRIO
OPA358 Small package, low cost
OPAy832 VFB, fixed gain
OPAy354 VFB, low cost
OPAy357 VFB, low cost, SHDN
OPAy830
OPA842
OPAy683
THS7353
OPA656
OPAy690
OPAy691
OPAy820
OPAy692
THS7368
VFB, JFET input
VFB
CFB
VFB
CFB1, fixed gain
3-SD, 3-SD/ED/HD/full HD
filters, 6-dB gain
THS7327 RGBHV buffer, I2C, 2:1 MUX
THS7347 RGBHV buffer, I2C, 2:1 MUX
OPAy694 CFB
OPAy693 CFB, fixed gain
VCA824
Ultra wideband, variable gain,
linear in V/V
OPAy695 CFB
BUF602 Closed-loop buffer
AV = ±1, 1.4 GHz
OPA615 DC restoration
OPA861 Transconductance
1
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
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0.1-dB
Gain
Diff
Flatness Gain
(MHz)
(%)
4
0.07
4.2
0.1
—
0.2
Offset IQ per
Diff
Voltage Ch.
Phase Slew Rate (mV) (mA) Input Range
(°)
(V/µs)
(max) (Typ)
(V)
RRO
0.12
35
35
6
0 to 2.4
Y
0.1
36
390
5.3
0 to 2.4
Y
0.3
37
420
5.2 0 to 0.56
Y
2.5
–0.1 to
1.46
3.5 –0.1 to 0.9
Package(s)
TSSOP
SOIC
SOIC
Price1
1.20
0.40
0.50
Y
TSSOP
0.55
Y
TSSOP
0.70
Y
SC70
0.49
Y
SC70
0.49
Y
Y
µ*CSP
TSSOP-20
0.85
0.65
Y
TSSOP-14
TBD
Y
Y
Y
SOIC
SOT, MSOP
SC70
0.55
0.95
0.45
7
8
4.25
4.9
GND to
(V+) –1.5
GND to
0.55
–0.1 to 1.5
–0.1 to
1.46
–0.1 to
1.46
0 to 2.3
30
GND –0.1
to (V+)–1
–0.5 to 1.5
–0.1 to 5.4
Y
Y
0.70
0.67
8
4.9 –0.1 to 5.4
Y
—
0.07 0.17
600
56
0.003 0.008
400
37
0.06 0.03
540
5/9/
0.15 0.3
40/70/
20/25
150/300
19
0.04 0.02
820
28
—
—
1700
7
1.2
1.5
20
4.25 –0.45 to 1.2
20.2
±3.2
0.9
±3.75
5.9
0 to 3.4
Y
N
N
Y
SOT-23, SOIC
SOT-23, SOIC,
MSOP, TSSOP
SOT-23, SOIC,
MSOP
SO, SOT-23
SOT-23, SOIC
SOT-23, SOIC,
TSSOP
3.5
17
1.7
36
N
N
SOT-23, SOIC
MSOP,SOIC
1.35
4.35
5/9.5/ 0.13
22/125
75
0.02
35
6
Y
TSSOP
1.65
0.05
40/75/
155/320
300
±3.75
–2.1 to
+1.6
0 to 2.4
9
8.3
–0.1 to 3
Y
0.69
0.02
0.05
300
9
8.3
–0.1 to 3
Y
0.02
0.06
0.07
0.01
0.07
0.2
0.05
0.03
0.02
0.03
0.02
0.3
290
1800
2100
240
2000
550
1.8
4
2.5
0.75
2.5
400
14
5.5
5.1
5.6
5.1
3.9
N
N
N
N
N
Y
3.35
1.35
1.45
0.90
1.15
TBD
4/7/15/ 0.3 0.45
38/56
350
0.05 0.1
—
0.03 0.015
200
0.03 0.01
135
—
—
1300
65
33
–4/+2.5
±3.5
±3.5
0.9 to 4.5
±3.5
–0.1 to
1.46
0 to 2.4
SOT-23, SOIC,
MSOP, TSSOP
SOT-23, SOIC,
MSOP
SOT-23, SOIC
SOT-23, SOIC
SOT-23, SOIC
SOT-23, SOIC
SOT-23, SOIC
TSSOP-20
Y
TQFP
3.35
1300
1700
2500
2500
15
4.1
2
17
26.8
5
13
36
Y
N
N
N
TQFP
SOT-23, SOIC
SOT-23, SOIC
MSOP, SOIC
2.75
1.25
1.30
5.20
0.04 0.007
0.15 0.04
4300
8000
3
30
12.9
5.8
0 to 2.4
±2.5
±3.4
–2.1 to
+1.6
±3.3
±4.0
N
N
SOT-23, SOIC
SOT-23, SOIC
1.35
0.85
N/A
—
2500
900
N/A
12
13
5.4
± 3.5
±4.2
N
N
SO, MSOP
SOT-23, SOIC
4.25
0.95
0.55
N/A
—
0.67
0.75
1.55
1.20
1.65
0.69
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Audio Codecs
Audio Codecs
Device
Description
SNR Dynamic Sampling
Portable ADC Range Rate (max) Audio Data
Focus (dB)
(dB)
(kHz)
Format
Power
Supply (V)
Package(s)
Price1
2
PCM3168A
High-performance, 6 inputs, 8 outputs audio codec
—
107
112
96
Normal, I S,
DSP, TDM
3.3 to 5
HTQFP-64
4.60
PCM3052A
Stereo codec with integrated mic preamp and S/PDIF output
—
101
105
96
Left
Justified
+3.3, +5
VQFN-32
3.00
PCM3060
Asynchronous stereo codec —
99
104
192
I2S, L, R
+3.3, +5
TSSOP-28
2.10
TLV320AIC3107
Low-power stereo codec, integrated PLL, 10 inputs (mic/line),
7 outputs (line, headphone, mono integrated Class-D Amp)
4
92
102
96
Normal, I2S, +2.7 to +3.6
DSP, TDM
QFN
2.55
TLV320AIC3106
Low-power stereo codec, integrated PLL, 10 inputs (mic/line), 7 outputs (line, headphone), notch filtering, low-power analog
bypass
4
92
102
96
Normal, I2S, +2.7 to +3.6
DSP, TDM
QFN-32,
BGA-80
2.25
TLV320AIC3254
Low-power stereo codec, integrated PLL, integrated LDO,
PowerTune™ Technology, 6 SE/3 differential inputs, 4 outputs
(stereo line out and stereo HP), integrated miniDSP for enhanced
custom audio processing
4
—
100
192
I2S, L, R,
DSP, TDM
+1.5 to +3.6
QFN-32
3.95
TLV320AIC3204
Low-power stereo codec, integrated PLL, integrated LDO,
PowerTune Technology, 6 SE/3 differential inputs, 4 outputs
(stereo line out and stereo HP), effects processing
4
—
100
192
I2S, L, R,
DSP, TDM
+1.5 to +3.6
QFN-32
2.25
PCM3000
Stereo audio codec 18-bits, serial interface, software controlled
4
—
98
48
Normal, I2S, +4.5 to +5.5
DSP
SSOP-28
3.45
PCM3001
Stereo audio codec 18-bits, serial interface, hardware controlled
4
—
98
48
Normal, I2S, +4.5 to +5.5
DSP
SSOP-28
3.45
PCM3006
Low-power, 3-V supply, stereo codec, hardware controlled
4
—
93
48
+2.7 to +3.6
SSOP-24
3.45
PCM3794A
Ultra-low-power stereo codec, 6 inputs (mic/line), 5 outputs
(line/HP)
4
—
93
48
Normal, I2S, +2.4 to +3.6
DSP
QFN-32
4.55
PCM3793A
Ultra-low-power stereo codec, 6 inputs (mic/line), 3 outputs
(line/HP/Class-D speaker)
4
—
93
48
Normal, I2S, +2.4 to +3.6
DSP
QFN-32
4.85
PCM3008
Low-power, 2.4-V single supply, stereo codec, low cost, hardware
controlled
4
—
88
48
Normal, I2S
TSSOP-16
3.10
TLV320AIC3105
Low-power stereo codec, integrated PLL, 6 SE inputs (mic/line),
6 outputs (line, headphone), notch filtering, low-power analog
bypass
4
—
102
96
Normal, I2S, +2.7 to +3.6
DSP, TDM
QFN-32
1.95
TLV320AIC3104
Low-power stereo codec, integrated PLL, 6 inputs (mic/line),
6 outputs (line, headphone), notch filtering, low-power analog
bypass
4
—
102
96
Normal, I2S, +2.7 to +3.6
DSP, TDM
QFN-32
1.95
TLV320AIC3101
Low-power stereo codec, integrated PLL, 6 inputs (mic/line),
6 outputs (line, headphone/speaker), notch filtering, low-power
analog bypass
4
—
102
96
Normal, I2S, +2.7 to +3.6
DSP, TDM
QFN-32
2.10
TLV320AIC34
Low-power quad stereo (4-channel) codec, 12 inputs (mic/line),
14 outputs (line, headphone/speaker), 2 PLLs and audio serial
buses allow fully asynchronous simultaneous codec operation
4
—
102
96
Normal, I2S, +2.7 to +3.6
DSP, TDM
BGA-87
3.95
TLV320AIC33
Low-power stereo codec, integrated PLL, 6 inputs, 3 line out
and speaker/HP outputs
4
—
102
96
Normal, I2S, +2.7 to +3.6
DSP, TDM
QFN-48,
BGA-80
3.45
TLV320AIC31/32
Low-power stereo codec, integrated PLL, 6 inputs (AIC32 –
6 single-ended, AIC31 – 2 differential and 2 single-ended) 2 line
out and speaker/HP outputs
4
—
100
96
Normal, I2S, +2.7 to +3.6
DSP, TDM
QFN-32
3.25
TLV320AIC36
Low-power stereo audio codec, integrated PLL, 5 inputs
(3 mics + 2 line), 6 outputs (stereo HP, stereo line, stereo receiver),
digital mic support, advanced programmable filter engines, lowpower bypass
4
—
100
96
I2S, L, R,
DSP, TDM
+2.5 to +3.3
BGA-80
4.25
TLV320AIC23B
Low-power, lower-cost, stereo codec with headphone amps
4
—
100
96
I2S, L, R
+2.7 to +3.3
VFBGA-80,
TSSOP-28,
QFN-28
3.35
TLV320AIC3111
Low-power stereo audio codec, integrated PLL, 6 inputs,
6 outputs, digital mic support, integrated stereo headphone
amplifier and stereo Class-D speaker amplifier and
integrated miniDSP
4
—
95
96
I2S, L, R,
DSP, TDM
+2.7 to +3.3
QFN-32
2.95
TLV320AIC3007
Low-power stereo codec, integrated Class-D amp, 7 inputs,
6 outputs
4
—
93
96
Normal, I2S, +2.7 to +3.6
DSP, TDM
QFN-40
2.35
1
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Video and Vision Guide
Normal
+2.1 to +3.6
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Audio ADCs and DACs
Device
Description
Portable
Focus
Dynamic
No. of
Sampling
Range Inputs/No. Rate (max)
(dB)
of Outputs
(kHz)
Audio
Data
Format
Power Supply
(V)
Package(s) Price1
Audio ADCs
PCM4222
2-channel, high-performance DS ADC
—
124
2/0
216
PCM4220
2-channel, high-performance DS ADC
—
123
2/0
PCM4204
4-channel, high-perf. DS ADC, PCM or DSD, high-pass filter
—
118
4/0
+3.3, +4
TQFP-48
14.95
216
6-bit modulator, DSD,
normal, I2S, TDM
Normal, I2S, TDM
+3.3, +4
TQFP-48
9.95
216
Normal, I2S, DSD, TDM
+3.3, +5
TQFP-64
7.95
2
PCM4202
Stereo, high-perf. DS ADC, PCM or DSD, high-pass filter
—
118
2/0
216
Normal, I S, DSD
+3.3, +5
SSOP-28
4.95
PCM4201
—
112
1/0
108
Normal, DSP
+3.3, +5
TSSOP-16
2.50
PCM1804
Mono, high-performance DS ADC, PCM or DSD, high-pass
filter, wide digital supply range, low power dissipation
Stereo ADC, fully differential, high-pass filter
—
112
2/0
192
Normal, I2S, DSD
+3.3, +5
SSOP-28
3.95
PCM1802
Stereo ADC, SE input
—
105
2/0
96
Normal, I2S
+3.3, +5
SSOP-20
3.35
PCM1803A
Stereo ADC, SE input, high-pass filter
—
103
2/0
96
Normal, I2S
+3.5, +5
SSOP-20
1.10
PCM1850A/1A
Stereo ADC w/ 2 × 6 input MUX and PGA, SPI (1850) and
I2C (1851) control
PCM1807A/8A
Stereo ADC, SE input, mute w/ fade, SPI control,
software (1807) hardware (1808) controlled
TLV320ADC3101 Low-power stereo audio ADC with internal PLL and highly
flexible digital filtering; 6 inputs
TLV320ADC3001 Low-power stereo audio ADC with internal PLL and highly
flexible digital filtering; 3 inputs
Stereo ADC, SE input, digital filter, very low power consump.
PCM1870A
2
—
101
2/0
96
Normal, I S
+3.3, +5
TQFP-32
4.80
—
101
2/0
96
I2S, L
+3.5, +5
TSSOP-14
1.00
4
92
6/0
96
+2.7, +3.6
QFN-24
1.55
4
92
3/0
96
+2.7, +3.6
WCSP-16
1.45
4
90
2/0
50
I2S, L, R, DSP
and TDM
I2S, L, R, DSP
and TDM
Normal, I2S, DSP
+2.4, +3.6
QFN-24
1.70
—
132
0/2
192
Standard, I2S, L
+3.3, +5
SSOP-28
10.65
—
123
0/2
192
Standard, I2S, L
+3.5, +5
SSOP-28
2.95
—
118
0/4
216
Normal, I2S, TDM
+3.3, +5
TQFP-48
4.95
—
113
0/2
192
Normal, I2S, TDMCA
+3.3, +5
SSOP-28
2.25
—
113
0/2
192
+3.3, +5
SSOP-28
2.25
—
113
0/2
192
+3.3, +5
TSSOP-24
1.90
PCM1780/81/82 Stereo with volume control, software (1780/82) and
hardware (1781), open-drain output zero flag (1782),
improved jitter performance
TLV320DAC23
I2C and SPI control with headphone amp, Pdiss = 23 mW
—
106
0/2
192
Normal, I2S, left
justified
I2S, left, right
justified
Normal, I2S
+5
SSOP-16
1.10
4
100
0/2
96
Normal, I2S, DSP
+1.5 to +3.3
VFBGA-80
2.00
PCM1770/1
Stereo with integrated headphone driver, software (1770)
and hardware (1771) controlled
4
98
0/2
48
Normal, I2S
+1.6 to +3.6
1.35
PCM1772/3
Stereo with integrated line out, software (1772) and
hardware (1773) controlled
Integrated PLL, SPI control, speaker/headphone amp,
Pdiss = 11 mW
Low-power stereo DAC with PLL and stereo HP/speaker
amplifiers
Low-power stereo DAC with HP amplifier, sound effect
4
98
0/2
48
Normal, I2S
+1.6 to +3.6
4
97
2/2
53
Normal, I2S, DSP
+2.7 to +3.6
TSSOP-28,
QFN-28,
TSSOP-16,
QFN-20
TSSOP-16,
QFN-20
QFN-32
4
95
2/4
96
+2.7 to +3.6
QFN-32
1.35
4
93
0/2
50
Normal, I2S, DSP,
TDM
LJ, RJ, I2S, DSP
+3.3
QFN-20
1.50
Octal DAC, single-ended outputs, SPI/I2C or hardware
control differential outputs
Octal DAC, single-ended outputs, SPI/I2C or hardware
control
8-channel, enhanced multiformat DS DAC, supports DSD
with TDMCA
8-channel, low-cost DAC, improved jitter performance, pin
compatible with PCM1780
6-channel, low-cost CMOS, multilevel
—
113
0/8
192
+3.3, +5
HTSSOP-48
2.60
—
111
0/8
192
+3.3, +5
HTSSOP-48
2.50
—
108
0/8
192
I2S TDM, left,
right justified
I2S TDM, left,
right justified
Normal, I2S, DSD
+3.3, +5
TQFP-52
6.40
—
103
0/8
192
Normal, I2S
+5
SSOP-24
1.50
—
103
0/6
192
Normal, I2S
+5
SSOP-20
2.00
Audio DACS
PCM1792A
PCM1796/8
PCM4104
PCM1791A
PCM1793
PCM1789
TLV320DAC26
TLV320DAC32
PCM1774
PCM1690
PCM1691
DSD1608
PCM1680
PCM1606
Stereo, optional DSD format, external filter and DSP
interface, SPI/I2C, differential output current: 7.8 mAP-P
Stereo advanced segment, 123-dB dynamic range, TDMCA
serial interface (1798)
4-channel, high performance, sampling rate up to 216kHz,
hardware or software controlled
Stereo advanced segment DAC, optional DSD format,
external filter and DSP interface, SPI/I2C differential output
current: 3.2 mVP-P
Stereo advanced segment DAC, balanced voltage outputs,
improved clock jitter
Stereo, differential output DAC, SPI/I2C or hardware control
1.35
2.45
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Speaker Amps, PWM Processors and PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages
Digital-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers (PurePath™)
Device
TAS5701
TAS5704
TAS5705
TAS5706A
TAS5706B
TAS5707
TAS5708
TAS5709
TAS5710
TAS5711
TAS5713
TAS5716
Description
20 W, stereo, hardware control
20 W, stereo with feedback, hardware control
20 W, stereo with speaker EQ and DRC
20 W, stereo with feedback, speaker EQ and DRC
20 W, stereo with feedback, speaker EQ, DRC and 2.1 support
20 W, stereo with speaker EQ and DRC
20 W, stereo with feedback, speaker EQ and DRC
20 W, stereo with speaker EQ, 2-band DRC and 3D
20 W, stereo with feedback, speaker EQ, 2-band DRC and 3D
20 W, stereo with speaker EQ, 2-band DRC, 3D and 2.1 support
25 W, stereo with speaker EQ and 2-band DRC
20 W, stereo with feedback, speaker EQ, DRC, 3D and 2.1 support
Power Supply Half Power
Output
(PVDD)
Power
2.1
Closed
THD+N at
On-Chip
(W)
Support
Loop (min) (max) 1 kHz (%) SNR (dB) DRC/EQ
20
Yes (w/ext amp)
No
0
21
< 0.1
101
No
20
Yes
Yes
10
26
< 0.1
99
No
20
Yes (w/ext amp)
No
8
23
< 0.1
105
Yes
20
Yes (w/ext amp)
Yes
10
26
< 0.1
99
Yes
20
Yes
Yes
10
26
< 0.1
99
Yes
20
No
No
8
26
< 0.1
106
Yes
20
No
Yes
10
26
< 0.1
100
Yes
20
No
No
8
26
< 0.1
106
Yes
20
No
Yes
10
26
< 0.1
100
Yes
20
Yes
No
8
26
< 0.1
106
Yes
25
No
No
8
26
< 0.1
106
Yes
20
Yes
Yes
10
26
< 0.1
99
Yes
I2C Price1
No 2.45
No 3.00
Yes 2.45
Yes 3.00
Yes 3.00
Yes 2.55
Yes 2.55
Yes 2.40
Yes 2.65
Yes 2.75
Yes TBD
Yes 3.15
PWM Processors (PurePath)
Device
TAS5010
TAS5012
TAS55001
TAS5028A
TAS5504A
TAS5508B
TAS5086
TAS5518C
Description
Stereo modulator only
Stereo modulator only with higher dynamic range
Stereo modulator only
8-channel, volume control and channel mapping
4-channel, EQ, bass management, dynamic range and volume control, HP output
8-channel, EQ, bass management, dynamic range and volume control, HP putput
6-channel, bass management, tone and volume control
8-channel, highest dynamic range, record line and HP outputs, DSVC adds 24-dB
dynamic range, EQ, bass management, dynamic range and volume control
Frequency
(kHz)
32 to 192
32 to 192
32 to 192
32 to 192
32 to 192
32 to 192
32 to 192
32 to 192
Dynamic
Range (dB)
>93
>102
>96
>102
>102
>102
>105
>110
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
< 0.08
< 0.06
< 0.08
< 0.1
< 0.1
< 0.1
< 0.1
< 0.1
Resolution
(Bits)
16, 20, 24
16, 20, 24
16, 20, 24
16, 20, 24
16, 20, 24
16, 20, 24
16, 20, 24
16, 20, 24
Package
TQFP-48
TQFP-48
TQFP-48
TQFP-64
TQFP-64
TQFP-64
TSSOP-38
TQFP-64
Price1
3.75
5.95
3.50
6.15
3.00
5.00
1.75
7.95
PWM-Input Class-D Power Stages (PurePath)
Device
TAS5182
TAS5186A
TAS5103
TAS5602
TAS5102
TAS5132
TAS5122
TAS5112A
TAS5111A
TAS5121
TAS5142
TAS5342LA
TAS5342A
TAS5152
TAS5612
TAS5352A
TAS5614
TAS5616
TAS5261
TAS5162
TAS5631
TAS5176
1
Description
Controller only, for use with external FETs
Highest integration power
15 W, stereo, supports 2 to 4 channels, pad down package
20 W, stereo with feedback, supports 2 to 4 channels, Hi-Z pin
20 W, stereo, supports 2 to 4 channels, pad up package
Stereo, low power
Stereo, low power
Stereo, medium power
Mono, medium power
Mono, high power
High power, pin compatible with TAS5152
100 W, stereo, digital power
100 W, stereo, digital power
High power, pin compatible with TAS5142
125-W stereo PWM-input closed-loop amplifier
125-W stereo, digital power
150-W stereo PWM-input closed-loop amplifier
150-W stereo PWM-input closed-loop amplifier
Mono, high power
Stereo, high power
300-W stereo PWM-input closed-loop amplifier
6-channel, medium power
PBTL Power2
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
200
214
220
240
250
268
300
300
—
331
600
—
BTL Power2
—
—
15
20
20
25
30
50
70
100
100
113
117
125
125
138
150
150
210
210
300
2×30 W +1×40 W
SE Power2
—
5×30 W + 1×60 W
7.5
10
10
12
—
—
—
—
40
42
41
45
50
48
75
75
—
99
150
5×15 W + 1×25 W
Package(s)
HTSSOP-56
HTSSOP-44
HTSSOP-32
HTSSOP-56
HTSSOP-32
HTSSOP-44
HTSSOP-56
HTSSOP-56
HTSSOP-32
SSOP-36
SSOP-36, HTSSOP-44
HTSSOP-44
HTSSOP-44
SSOP-36
QFP-64, PSSOP-44
HTSSOP-44
QFP-64, PSSOP-44
QFP-64, PSSOP-44
SSOP-36
SSOP-36, HTSSOP-44
QFP-64, PSSOP-44
HTSSOP-44
Price1
6.60
5.50
1.80
2.00
1.80
2.10
3.25
4.05
2.40
3.25
3.35
2.75
2.95
4.60
4.30
3.10
4.45
4.45
5.25
4.95
5.45
4.30
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New products are listed in bold red.
These power indications should be considered a guide, as final power output capability will rely heavily on external factors such as heat dissipation techniques, power supply ripple and speaker load impedance.
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Audio Amplifiers

High-Power Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers
Device
TAS5630
TAS5615
TAS5613
TAS5611
TAS5412
TAS5422
TAS5414A
TAS5424A
TPA3106D1
TPA3112D1
TPA3123D2
TPA3100D2
TPA3110D2
TPA3122D2
TPA3124D2
TPA3121D2
TPA3004D2
TPA3125D2
TPA3101D2
TPA3111D1
TPA3002D2
TPA3113D2
TPA3003D2
TPA2008D2
Description
300-W stereo analog-input closed-loop amplifier
150-W stereo analog-input closed-loop amplifier
150-W stereo analog-input closed-loop amplifier
125-W stereo analog-input closed-loop amplifier
Stereo, automotive, single-ended analog inputs
Stereo, automotive, differential analog inputs
Quad, automotive, single-ended analog inputs
Quad, automotive, differential analog inputs
40-W mono amp with sync pin
25-W filter-free mono amp with SpeakerGuard™ Technology
25-W stereo single-ended amp
20-W stereo amp with sync pin
15-W filter-free stereo amp with SpeakerGuard Technology
15-W stereo single-ended amp in DIP package
15-W stereo single-ended amp with fast mute
15-W stereo single-ended amp
12-W stereo amp with DC volume control
10-W stereo single-ended amp in DIP package
10-W stereo amp with sync pin
10-W filter-free mono amp with SpeakerGuard Technology
9-W stereo amp with DC volume control
6-W filter-free stereo amp with SpeakerGuard Technology
3-W stereo amp with DC volume control
Stereo, med. power, volume control, ideal for docking stations
Output
Power
(W)
300
150
150
125
100
100
45
45
40
25
25
20
15
15
15
15
12
10
10
10
9
6
3
3
Min Load
Impedance
(W)
4
8
4
4
2
2
2
2
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
8
4
8
3
Power Supply (V)
(min)
25
25
18
18
6
6
8
8
10
8
10
10
8
10
10
10
8.5
10
10
8
8.5
8
8.5
4.5
(max)
50
50
36
36
24
24
22
22
26
26
30
26
26
30
26
26
18
26
26
26
14
26
14
5.5
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
0.03
0.03
0.025
0.025
0.04
0.04
0.04
0.04
0.2
0.07
0.08
0.1
0.07
< 0.15
0.04
0.04
0.1
0.15
0.1
0.07
0.06
0.07
0.2
0.05
PSRR
(dB)
Package(s)
80
QFP-64, PSSOP-44
80
QFP-64, PSSOP-44
80
QFP-64, PSSOP-44
80
QFP-64, PSSOP-44
75
HTQFP-64
75
HTQFP-64
75
SSOP-36, HTQFP-64
75
SSOP-44
70
HLQFP-32
70
TSSOP-28
60
HTSSOP-24
80
HTQFP-48, QFN-48
70
TSSOP-28
60
PDIP-20
60
TSSOP-24
60
TSSOP-24
80
HTQFP-48
60
PDIP-20
80
HTQFP-48, QFN-48
70
TSSOP-28
80
HTQFP-48
70
TSSOP-28
80
TQFP-48
70
TSSOP
Price1
5.45
4.45
4.45
4.30
5.30
5.80
8.80
10.75
2.25
0.85
1.75
3.50
1.45
0.99
1.45
1.45
3.25
0.85
3.10
0.90
3.30
0.85
3.00
1.80
Low-Power Analog-Input Class-D Speaker Amplifiers
Device
TPA2017D2
TPA2000D2
TPA2000D4
TPA2012D2
TPA2016D2
TPA2001D2
TPA2100P1
TPA2011D1
Description
Stereo, dynamic range compression, SmartGain™ AGC/DRC, GPIO
interface
Medium power, ideal for docking stations
Headphone amp, medium power, ideal for docking stations
Smallest stereo amp in 2mm × 2mm WCSP package
Dynamic range compression, SmartGain AGC/DRC, I2C interface
Lower power, ideal for docking stations
Piezo electric speaker driver
External gain with integrated DAC noise filter
Output Min Load Power Supply (V) Half Power
Stereo/ Power Impedance
THD+N at PSRR
Mono
(W)
(W)
(min) (max) 1 kHz (%) (dB)
Stereo
2.8
4
2.5
5.5
0.2
80
Mono
3.2
4
2.5
5.5
0.03
86
TPA2035D1
Fully differential, high power, fixed gain, with auto recovery
TPA2032/3/4D1 Smallest solution size, fully differential, internal gain
2 V/V, 3 V/V, 4 V/V
TPA2013D1
Integrated boost converter, high and constant output power
TPA2036D1
Similar to TPA2010D1 with short-circuit auto recovery
TPA2015D1
Integrated boost converter with battery monitor for constant
output power
TPA2031D1
Similar to TPA2010D1 with slower start-up
TPA2010D1
Fully differential, 1.45mm × 1.45mm WCSP package, high power
TPA2018D1
Dynamic range compression, SmartGain AGC/DRC, I2C interface
TPA2014D1
Integrated boost converter, medium and constant power
TPA2006D1
Fully differential, 1.8-V compatible shutdown voltage
TPA2005D1
Fully differential, most package options
Mono
Mono
2.75
2.75
4
4
2.5
2.5
5.5
5.5
0.2
0.2
75
75
Mono
Mono
Mono
2.7
2.5
1.4
4
4
8
1.8
2.5
2.3
5.5
5.5
5.5
0.2
0.2
0.06
95
75
82
QFN, WCSP
WCSP
WCSP
1.05
0.35
TBD
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
Mono
2.5
2.5
1.7
1.5
1.45
1.4
4
4
8
8
8
8
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
2.5
5.5
5.5
5.55
5.5
5.5
5.5
0.2
0.2
0.2
0.1
0.2
0.2
75
75
80
91
75
75
WCSP
WCSP
WCSP
QFN, WCSP
QFN
BGA, QFN, MSOP
0.60
0.55
0.90
0.90
0.49
0.49
Texas Instruments 4Q 2009
4.5
3.7
2.5
2.5
4.5
2.5
2.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
0.05
0.1
0.2
0.2
0.08
0.2
0.03
77
70
75
80
77
90
86
1.55
2.10
0.70
1.30
1.65
1.30
0.65
TPA2037/39D1 Fixed gain with integrated DAC noise filter 2V/V, 4 V/V
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2.5
3
2.5
4
2.1
4
1.7
8
1.25
8
19 Vpp 1.5 µF Piezo
3.2
4
Price1
1.40
TSSOP
TSSOP
WCSP, QFN
WCSP
TSSOP
WCSP
WCSP
(0.4-mm pitch)
WCSP
(0.4-mm pitch)
WCSP
WCSP
1
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Stereo
Mono
Mono
Package(s)
QFN
0.65
0.65
0.45
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Audio Amplifiers
Class-G Amplifiers, Class-AB Headphone Amplifiers
Device
Description
Power Supply
(V)
(min) (max)
Output
Power
(W)
Min Load
Impedance
(W)
0.025
16
2.5
0.025
16
2.5
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
PSRR
(dB)
Package(s)
Price1
5.5
0.0025
109
WCSP
0.95
5.5
0.0025
109
WCSP
0.85
Class-G Amplifiers
TPA6140A2
TPA6141A2
DirectPath™, high-efficiency Class-G, I2C volume control, Hi-Z mode
DirectPath, high-efficiency Class-G, Hi-Z mode
Class-AB Headphone Amplifiers
TPA6136A2
DirectPath, fixed gain, Hi-Z mode
0.025
16
2.5
5.5
0.0025
109
WCSP
0.70
TPA6135A2
DirectPath, fixed gain, Hi-Z mode
0.025
16
2.5
5.5
0.0025
109
QFN
0.55
TPA6132A2
DirectPath, fixed gain
0.025
16
2.5
5.5
0.0025
109
QFN
0.55
TPA6130A2
DirectPath with I2C volume control
0.138
16
2.5
5.5
0.0025
109
QFN, WCSP
0.90
TPA6120A2
1.5
32
10
30
0.0005
75
SO-20
2.05
0.15
8
2.5
5.5
0.25
83
MSOP-10
0.39
TPA6112A2
Hi-Fi, current feedback, 80 mW into 600 W from a ±12-V supply at
0.00014% THD+N
Differential inputs, 10-µA ISD
TPA6111A2
Low cost, headphone, SOIC package, 1-µA ISD
0.15
8
2.5
5.5
0.25
83
SOIC-8, MSOP-8
0.33
TPA6110A2
Headphone, 10-µA ISD
0.15
8
2.5
5.5
0.25
83
MSOP-8
0.39
TPA6102A2
Ultra-low voltage, fixed gain (14 dB)
0.05
16
1.6
3.6
0.1
72
SOIC-8, MSOP-8
0.50
TPA6101A2
Ultra-low voltage, fixed gain (2 dB)
0.05
16
1.6
3.6
0.1
72
SOIC-8, MSOP-8
0.35
TPA6100A2
Ultra-low voltage, external resistors
0.05
16
1.6
3.6
0.1
72
SOIC-8, MSOP-8
0.45
TPA4411
DirectPath, internal gain
0.08
16
1.8
4.5
0.08
80
DSBGA-16, QFN-20
0.85
TPA152
Hi-Fi, mute
0.075
32
4.5
5.5
0.007
81
SOIC-8
0.70
Class-AB Speaker Amplifiers
Stereo/
Mono
Min Load
Output
Impedance
Power (W)
(W)
Device
TPA1517
Description
Mute, medium power, low cost, DIP package, single ended
TPA6030A4
TPA6011A4
Stereo with stereo HP, wide supply voltage, low power,
volume control, fully differential
Stereo audio power amplifier with advanced DC-volume
control and input MUX
Stereo audio power amplifier with advanced DC-volume
control
Stereo with stereo HP, volume control, fully differential
Stereo
3
TPA6020A2
Fully differential, low voltage, smallest package
Stereo
2.8
TPA6017A2
Cost effective, internal gain, fully differential
Stereo
2.6
3
TPA6010A4
Stereo with stereo HP, volume control and bass boost, fully
differential
Stereo with stereo headphone, internal gain, low-cost
computing solution
Stereo with stereo HP, volume control, fully differential
TPA6013A4
TPA6012A4
TPA0212
TPA6021A4
Power Supply
(V)
(min) (max)
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
PSRR
(dB)
Package(s)
Price1
Stereo
6
4
9.5
18
0.15
65
PDIP-20,
SO-20
1.05
Stereo
3
16
7
15
0.06
60
HTSSOP-28
1.40
Stereo
3
3
4.5
5.5
< 0.8
82
PowerPAD™
0.50
Stereo
3
3
4.5
5.5
< 0.8
82
PowerPAD
1.20
3
4
5.5
0.06
70
HTSSOP-24
1.20
3
2.5
5.5
0.05
85
QFN-20
0.60
4.5
5.5
0.1
77
HTSSOP-20
0.99
HTSSOP-28
2.25
1.10
Stereo
2.6
3
4.5
5.5
0.06
67
Stereo
2.6
3
4.5
5.5
0.15
77
TSSOP
Stereo
2
4
4
5.5
0.19
70
PDIP-20
1.00
0.08
75
TSSOP
2.60
TPA6211A1
Stereo with stereo headphone, mute function, I2C volume
control
Fully differential, highest power
Mono
3.1
3
2.5
5.5
0.05
85
MSOP, QFN
0.55
TPA0233
Mono with stereo headphone, summed inputs
Mono
2.7
4
2.5
5.5
0.06
75
MSOP
1.05
TPA6204A1
Fully differential, high power
Mono
1.7
8
2.5
5.5
0.05
85
QFN
0.35
TPA6205A1
Fully differential, 1.8-V compatible shutdown voltage
MSOP, QFN,
BGA
0.32
TPA6203A1
Fully differential, lower cost solution
BGA
0.45
TPA751
Differential inputs, active low
0.35
TPA731
Differential inputs, active high
TPA721
Single-ended inputs, active high
TPA711
Single-ended inputs, active high, mono headphone
TPA0172
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2
4
4.5
5.5
Mono
1.25
8
2.5
5.5
0.06
90
Mono
1.25
8
2.5
5.5
0.06
90
Mono
0.9
8
2.5
5.5
0.15
78
SOIC, MSOP
Mono
0.9
8
2.5
5.5
0.15
78
SOIC, MSOP
0.35
Mono
0.9
8
2.5
5.5
0.15
85
SOIC, MSOP
0.35
Mono
0.9
8
2.5
5.5
0.15
85
SOIC, MSOP
0.35
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Amplifiers, Sample Rate Converters and Transceivers

Microphone Preamplifiers
Device
PGA2500
PGA2505
Device
INA163
INA217
Description
Digitally controlled, fully differential, high performance,
low noise, wide dynamic range, on-chip DC servo loop
Digitally controlled, fully differential, high performance,
low noise, wide dynamic range, on-chip DC servo loop
Description
Mono, low noise, low distortion, current feedback, wide
bandwidth, wide range of gain
Mono, low noise, low distortion, current feedback, wide
bandwidth, wide range of gain
Device
TLV1012
TLV1018-15
TLV1018-25
Gain Range
(dB)
0 dB, and 10 dB to
65 dB in 1-dB steps
0 dB, and 10 dB to
60 dB in 3-dB steps
Slew Rate
(V/µs)
15
Noise (EIN),
G = 30 dB
–128 dBu
Half Power THD+N
at 1 kHz (%)
0.0004
Power Supply
(V)
±5
Package(s)
SSOP-28
Price1
7.95
50
0.03
80
QFP-64, PSSOP-44
4.95
GBW
(MHz)
8
Half Power THD+N
at 1 kHz (%)
0.0003
Power Supply
(V)
±4.5 to ±18
Package(s)
SO-14
Price*
2.90
15
8
0.004
±4.5 to ±18
PDIP-8, SOIC-16
2.50
Gain (dB)
15.6
SNR (dB)
60
THD at 1 kHz (%)
0.013
PSRR (dB)
–
Output Noise (dBV)
–89
Power Supply (V)
2.2V to 5V
Package
WCSP
Price1
0.50
15
25
61
61
0.13
0.20
70
65
70
65
1.7V to 5V
1.7V to 5V
WCSP
WCSP
0.65
0.65
Package
DIP, SO
DIP, SO
Price1
1.05
1.00
SO
SO, MSOP
DIP, SO
DIP, SO
1.75
1.75
0.36
0.29
High-Performance Audio Operational Amplifiers
Device
OPA604, OPA2604
OPA134, OPA2134, OPA4134
Description
FET, audio op amp
FET, audio op amp
OPA1611, OPA1612
OPA1632
NE5532
TL072
Bipolar-input audio op amp
Diff. output ADC driver
Dual, low noise op amp
Dual, low noise, JFET op amp
Supply Voltage (V)
±4.5 to ±24
±2.5 to ±18
THD+N (%)
0.0003
0.00008
±2.25 to ±18
±2.5 to ±16
±3 to ±20
±7
0.000015
0.00003
–
0.003
Slew Rate (V/µs) GBW (MHz) Single, Dual, Quad
25
20
S, D
20
8
S, D, Q
27
50
9
13
80
170
10
3
S, D
S
D
D
Integrated Sample Rate Converters and S/PDIF – AES/EBU Transceivers
Device
SRC4392
SRC4382
Description
High-end combo sample
rate converter
Combo sample rate
converter
# SRC
Channel(s)
2
THD+N
(dB)
–140
Sample
Rate (max)
(kHz)
216
2
–125
216
4
–125
212
2
–125
2
Digital Audio
Interface
AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I2S, R, L
AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I2S, R, L
Control
Dynamic
AES
Interface Range (dB) Receive
I2C, SPI
144
Yes
AES
Power
Transmit Supply (V)
Yes
1.8, 3.3
Package
TQFP-48
Price1
8.50
I2C, SPI
128
Yes
Yes
1.8, 3.3
TQFP-48
6.50
I2S, R, L, TDM
SPI
128
—
—
1.8, 3.3
TQFP-64
5.95
212
I2S, R, L, TDM
H/W
128
—
—
3.3
SSOP-28
3.50
–140
212
I2S, R, L, TDM
H/W
144
—
—
3.3
SSOP-28
5.95
2
–140
212
I2S, R, L, TDM
SPI
144
—
—
3.3
SSOP-28
5.95
4
–140
212
I2S, R, L, TDM
SPI
144
—
—
1.8, 3.3
TQFP-64
9.95
AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I2S, R, L,
TDM
AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I2S, R, L
AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I2S, R, L
I2C, SPI
—
Yes
Yes
1.8, 3.3
TQFP-48
4.95
I2S, SPI,
H/W
I2S, SPI,
H/W
—
Yes
Yes
3.3, 5
LQFP-48
TBD
101 (ADC)
Yes
Yes
3.3, 5
LQFP-48
TBD
Stand-Alone Sample Rate Converters
SRC4184
SRC4190
SRC4192
SRC4193
SRC4194
4-channel, asynchronous
sample rate converter
192-kHz stereo
asynchronous sample rate
converter
High-end sample rate
converter
High-end sample rate
converter
4-channel, asynchronous
sample rate converter
Stand-Alone S/PDIF and AES/EBU Interfaces
DIX4192
Digital audio interface
transceiver
0
—
216
DIX9210
216-kHz digital audio
transceiver
216-kHz digital audio
transceiver with 101-dB
stereo ADC
0
—
216
0
–93
(ADC)
216
192-kHz digital audio
transmitter
96-kHz digital audio
transmitter
0
—
192
0
—
96
96-kHz digital audio
receiver
0
—
96
PCM9210
DIT4192
DIT4096
DIR9001
AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I2S, R, L
AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I2S, R, L
H/W, SPI
—
No
Yes
3.3, 5
TSSOP-28
1.95
H/W, SPI
—
No
Yes
3.3, 5
TSSOP-28
1.65
AES/EBU,
S/PDIF, I2S, R, L
H/W
—
Yes
No
3.3
TSSOP-28
2.10
1
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Selection Guides
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Low-Power RF
Product Comparison Guide Sub-1 GHz
Features/Product
Product type
Programmable frequency, MHz
Supply voltage
Current consumption (RX)
0 dBm (TX)
CC1020
CC1021
CC1101
CC1050
CC1110
CC1111
CC1100E
Transceiver
Transceiver
Transceiver
Transmitter
SoC
SoC
SoC
402–470
804–960
402–470
804–960
300–348
387–464
779–928
300–1000
300–348
391–464
782–928
300–348
391–464
782–928
300–348
391–464
782–928
2.3 – 3.6 V
2.1 – 3.6 V
1.8 – 3.6 V
2.1 – 3.6 V
2.0 – 3.6 V
3.0 – 3.6 V
3.0 – 3.6 V
19.9/19.9 mA
16.2/20.5 mA
19.9/19.9 mA
16.2/20.5 mA
15.0 mA
14.7 mA
NA
9.1 mA
17 mA
31 mA
17 mA
31 mA
17 mA
31 mA
FSK data rate (max)
153.6 kbps
153.6 kbps
500 kbps
76.8 kbps
500 kbps
500 kbps
500 kbps
Modulation format
FSK/OOK/
GFSK
FSK/GFSK/ OOK
FSK/GFSK/ MSK/
OOK/ASK
FSK/OOK
FSK/GFSK/ MSK/
OOK/ASK
FSK/GFSK/ MSK/
OOK/ASK
FSK/GFSK/ MSK/
OOK/ASK
Receiver sensitivity (FSK)
–118 dBm
–109 dBm
–111 dBm
—
–111 dBm
–111 dBm
–110 dBm
Programmable output power ranging from
–20 to 10 dBm
–20 to 10 dBm
–30 to 12 dBm
–20 to 12 dBm
–30 to 12 dBm
–30 to 12 dBm
–30 to 10 dBm
Multi-channel systems/ Frequency hopping
protocols
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Digital
Digital
Digital
—
Digital
Digital
Digital
Integrated bit synchronizer
•
•
•
—
•
•
•
Internal RF switch/IF filter
•
•
•
—
•
•
•
Single-ended
Single-ended
Differential
Single-ended
Differential
Differential
Differential
QFN-32
QFN-32
QLP-20
TSSOP-24
QLP-36
QLP-36
QLP-36
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
Narrow band (12.5/25 kHz)
•
—
—
—
—
—
—
Integrated MCU
—
—
—
—
•
•
•
USB
—
—
—
—
—
•
•
AES encryption/ authentication
—
—
—
—
•
•
•
Program memory
—
—
—
—
8-/16-/32-kB
Flash
8-/16-/32-kB
Flash
8-/16-/32-kB Flash
Data memory
—
—
—
—
124-kB SRAM
124-kB SRAM
124-kB SRAM
RSSI output
Antenna connection
Package type
Complies with EN 300 220 and FCC CFR 47,
part 15
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Low-Power RF

Product Comparison Guide 2.4 GHz
Features/Product
CC2400
CC2520
CC2430
CC2431
Transceiver
CC2510
SoC
CC2511
SoC
CC2590
CC2591
CC2480
RF front end
®
ZigBee
processor
CC253x
Transceiver
Transceiver
SoC
Programmable
frequency, MHz
2400–2483
2394–2507
2400–2483
1 MHz
1 MHz
1 MHz
1 MHz
427 Hz
427 Hz
427 Hz
427 Hz
—
5 MHz
5 MHz
Operating supply
voltage
1.6–2.0 V
1.8–3.8 V
2.0–3.6 V
2.0–3.6 V
1.8–3.6 V
1.8–3.6 V
2.0–3.6 V
3.0–3.6 V
2.0–3.6 V
2.0–3.6 V
2.0–3.6 V
Current
consumption (RX)
0 dBm (TX)
24.0 mA
19 mA
18.5 mA
25.8 mA
27 mA
27 mA
27 mA
24.7 mA
N/A
22.8 mA
12.8 mA
21.6 mA
19.8 mA
23 mA
22 mA
23 mA
1.8 mA
3.4 mA
27 mA
27 mA
20.5 mA
29 mA
500 Kbps
500 Kbps
500 Kbps
—
250 kbps
250 kbps
—
–92 dBm at
PER <1%
–97 dBm at
PER <1%
Data rate (max)
Transmitter
CC2500
Product type
Frequency
resolution
SoC
CC2550
SoC
2400–2483 2400–2483 2400–2483 2400–2483 2400–2483 2400–2483.5 2400–2483.5 2400–2483
1.0 Mbps
250 Kbps
250 Kbps
250 Kbps
500 Kbps
–101 dBm at
10 Kbps BER =
10-3
85 dBm at 1 Mbps
–98 dBm
–94 dBm at
PER < 1%
–94 dBm at
PER < 1%
N/A
Programmable
output power
range
–25 to 0 Mbps
–20 to 5 dBm
–25 to
0 dBm
–24 to
0 dBm
–20 to
1 dBm
–20 to
1 dBm
–30 to
1 dBm
–30 to
1 dBm
—
0 dBm
–28 to
+4.5 dBm
Multi-channel
systems/FHSS
FHSS
DSSS
DSSS
DSSS
FHSS
FHSS
FHSS
FHSS
—
DSSS
DSSS
RSSI output
Digital
Digital
Digital
Digital
—
Digital
Digital
Digital
—
Digital
Digital
Integrated bit
synchronizer
•
•
•
•
—
•
•
•
—
•
•
Integrated packet
handling
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
—
•
•
—
•
128 Bytes TX
128 Bytes RX
DMA
Receiver
sensitivity
Data buffering
Internal RF switch/
IF filter
32 Bytes FIFO
128 Bytes TX 128 Bytes TX 128 Bytes TX
128 Bytes RX 128 Bytes RX 128 Bytes RX
DMA
DMA
64 Bytes
–89 dBm at –88 dBm at –88 dBm at
250 Kbps
250 Kbps
250 Kbps
1% PER
1% PER
1% PER
–99 dBm at –99 dBm at –99 dBm at
10 Kbps
10 Kbps
10 Kbps
64 Bytes TX 128 Bytes TX 128 Bytes TX
64 Bytes RX 128 Bytes RX 128 Bytes RX
DMA
DMA
•
•
•
•
—
•
•
•
—
•
—
Differential
Differential
Differential
Differential
Differential
Differential
Differential
Differential
—
Differential
Differential
QFN-48
7×7 mm
QLP-48
7×7 mm
QLP-48
7×7 mm
QLP-48
7×7 mm
QLP-16
4×4 mm
QLP-20
4×4 mm
QLP-36
6×6 mm
QLP-36
6×6 mm
QFN-16
QFN-48
QFN-48
QFN-40
6×6 mm
Complies with EN
300 220, FCC CFR
47, part 15 and
ARIB STD-T66
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
—
•
•
Integrated MCU
—
—
•
•
—
—
•
•
—
—
•
IEEE 802.15.4
compliant
—
•
•
•
—
—
—
—
—
•
•
USB
—
—
—
—
—
—
—
•
—
—
CC2531
AES encryption/
authentication
—
•
•
•
—
—
•
•
—
•
•
Program memory
—
—
32-/64-/
128-kB Flash
128-kB
Flash
—
—
32-kB Flash 32-kB Flash
—
•
32-/64-/
128-/256-kB
Flash
Data memory
—
768 Bytes
—
—
4-kB SRAM 4-kB SRAM
—
—
8-kB SRAM
RF chip interface
Package type
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4-kB + 4-kB 4-kB + 4-kB
SRAM
SRAM
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Selection Guides
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Audio Amps, Volume Control, LCD Gamma Correction
Power Amplifiers
IOUT
(A)
1.5
2.4
2.2
Device
OPA564
OPA567
OPA569
VS
(V)
7 to 26
2.7 to 5.5
2.7 to 5.5
Bandwidth
(MHz)
17
1.2
1.2
Slew Rate
(V/µs)
20
1.2
1.2
IQ
(mA) (max)
50
6
6
VOS
(mV) (max)
20
2
2
VOS Drift
(µV/°C) (max)
10
1.3
1.3
IB
(nA) (max)
0.1
0.01
0.01
Price1
2.75
1.85
3.10
Package(s)
HSOP-20 PowerPAD™
QFN-12
SO-20 PowerPAD
Line Drivers and Receivers
Device
Description
Power Supply
(V)
Half Power THD+N
at 1 kHz (%)
Slew Rate
(V/µs)
GBW (MHz)
Package(s)
Price1
±4.5 to ±18
±4.5 to ±18
0.0005
0.0005
12
12
1.5
1.5
SOIC-16, PDIP-8
SOIC-8
1.95
1.95
±4 to ±18
±4 to ±18
0.0005
0.0005
14
14
3.1
4
PDIP-8/14, SOIC-8/14
PDIP-8/14, SOIC-8/14
1.05
TBD
Line Drivers
DRV134
DRV135
Balanced output, DIP pkg., companion to INA134 and INA137
Balanced output, small pkg., companion to INA134 and INA137
Line Receivers
INAy1342
INAy1372
Differential, fixed gain, 0 dB (G=1) 1 V/V
Differential, ±6 dB (G=1/2 or 2)
Volume Controls
Device
PGA2320
PGA2310
PGA2311U2
PGA4311U2
Description
±15 V, improved THD, pin compatible with PGA2310, voltage swing of 28 VPP
±15 V, DIP package, pin compatible with PGA2311, voltage swing of 27 VPP
2-channel, ±5 V, low inter-channel crosstalk, voltage swing of 7.5 VPP
4-channel, ±5 V, low inter-channel crosstalk, voltage swing of 7.5 VPP
Dynamic
Range (dB)
120
120
120
120
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
0.0003
0.0004
0.0002
0.0002
Crosstalk Power
at 1 kHz Supply
(dBFS)
(V)
–126
±15
–126
±15
–130
±5
–130
±5
Voltage
Swing
(VPP)
27
27
7.5
7.5
Package(s)
SOL-16
SOL-16, DIP-16
SOL-16, DIP-16
SOP-28
Price1
7.95
9.95
3.95
7.45
2
U indicates U-Grade devices.
Reference Voltage Generator for LCD Gamma Correction
Device
Description
BUF16821
16-channel programmable gamma correction and
2-channel programmable Vcom
8-channel programmable gamma correction and 1-channel
programmable Vcom
8-channel programmable gamma correction and 1-channel
high slew-rate Vcom
BUF08821
BUF08832
Resolution
(Bits)
Supply Current
(µA/ch)
Analog
Voltage (V)
Digital Supply
(V)
Interface
Non-Volatile
Memory
Package
Price1
10
670
9 to 20
2.0 to 5.5
2-wire
Y
TSSOP-28
2.15
10
500
9 to 20
2.0 to 5.5
2-wire
Y
TSSOP-20
1.90
10
500
9 to 20
2.0 to 5.5
2-Wire
Y
TSSOP-20
1.90
Low-Power Audio Amplifier Sub-Systems
Device
TPA6040A4
TPA6041A4
TPA6045A4C
TPA6047A4
TPA2050D4
TPA2051D3
TPA2054D4
Description
Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath™ headphones and
4.75-V LDO
Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath headphones and
3.3-V LDO
Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath headphones and
3.3-V LDO
Stereo Class-AB and DirectPath headphones and
3.3-V LDO
Stereo Class-D and DirectPath headphones (2 inputs)
Mono Class-D sub-system with DirectPath headphone
amplifier and SpeakerGuard™ (3 inputs)
Stereo Class-D and DirectPath headphones (3 inputs)
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Power Supply
(V)
(min) (max)
4.5
5.5
Speaker
Output
Power (W)
2.3
Headphone
Output
Power (W)
0.2
Half Power
THD+N at
1 kHz (%)
0.1
PSRR
(dB)
80
2.6
0.2
0.1
80
4.5
2.3
0.2
0.1
80
2.6
0.06
0.1
2.4
2.9
4
4
2.4
4
Package(s)
5×5 QFN-32
Price1
0.99
5.5
5×5 QFN-32
1.15
4.5
5.5
5×5 QFN-32
1.15
65
4.5
5.5
5×5 QFN-32
1.15
2.5
2.5
5.5
5.5
0.1
0.1
75
75
WCSP
WCSP
1.25
0.75
2.5
5.5
0.1
75
WCSP
1.30
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Touch-Screen Controllers

Audio Converters with Integrated Touch-Screen Controller
Device
TSC2100
TSC2111
TSC2102
TSC2117
TSC2300
TSC2301
TSC2302
Description
4-wire touch-screen interface, low power,
lower cost, stereo DAC, mono ADC,
integrated PLL, speaker/HP amp
4-wire touch-screen interface, low power,
stereo DAC, mono ADC, integrated PLL,
speaker/HP amp, additional inputs and
outputs (TSC2111 – differential)
4-wire touch-screen interface, low power,
stereo DAC, integrated PLL, speaker/HP
amp, low cost
4-wire touch-screen interface, low power,
integrated PLL, HP amp, stereo Class-D
speaker amplifier, MiniDSP
4-wire touch-screen interface, low power,
stereo DAC, mono ADC, integrated PLL
Dynamic
Resolution Range DAC
(Bits) (max)
(dB)
4-wire touch-screen interface, low power,
stereo DAC, stereo ADC, integrated PLL, HP
amp, 4 × 4 keypad interface
4-wire touch-screen interface, low power,
stereo DAC, stereo ADC, integrated PLL,
HP amp
Dynamic
Range ADC
(dB)
Sampling
Rate (max)
(kHz)
Audio Data
Format
Configuration
2
Power
Supply
(V)
Package(s)
Price1
24
97
88
53
Mono/Stereo
Normal, I S,
DSP
+2.7 to
+3.6
QFN-32,
TSSOP-32
3.05
24
95
88
53
Mono/Stereo
Normal, I2S,
DSP
+2.7 to
+3.6
QFN-48
3.75
24
97
—
53
Stereo
Normal, I2S,
DSP
+2.7 to
+3.6
TSSOP-32
2.50
32
95
91
192
Mono/Stereo
I2S, L, R, DSP,
TDM
+2.7 to
+3.6
QFN-48
4.45
20
98
88
48
Mono/Stereo
Normal, I2S
+2.7 to
+3.6
TQFP-64
4.45
20
98
88
48
Stereo/Stereo
Normal, I2S
+2.7 to
+3.6
TQFP-64,
BGA-120
4.65
20
98
88
48
Stereo/Stereo
Normal, I2S
+2.7 to
+3.6
QFN-48
4.55
Package(s)
Price1
Non-Audio Touch-Screen Controllers
Device
Touch Panel
Res. (Bits)
Interface
Features
ESD
2
VREF
Supply Voltage
(V)
Power
Consumption
(mW)
Touch Screen for Video
ADS7845
5-Wire
12(8)
Serial, SPI
X, Y, AUX
2 kV
Ext
2.7 to 5.25
1.8
SSOP-16
4.20
TSC2000
4-Wire
8, 10, 12
Serial, SPI
Processor, X,
Y, pressure,
VBAT, temp,
AUX, DAC
2 kV
Int
2.7 to 3.6
6.2
TSSOP-16,
QFN-16,
BGA-48
2.35
TSC2003
4-Wire
12(8)
Serial, I2C
X, Y, pressure,
VBAT, temp,
AUX
2 kV A
2 kV C
Int
2.7 to 5.25
1.8
TSSOP-16
2.25
TSC2004
4-Wire
12
Serial, I2C
Processor, X,
Y, pressure,
temp, AUX
18 kV A
15 kV C
Ext
Analog: 1.6 to 3.6
VI/O: 1.2 to 3.6
0.075 typ Std
0.6 typ enhanced
2.5×2.5
WCSP-18,
QFN-20
2.00
TSC2005
4-Wire
12
Serial, SPI
Processor, X,
Y, pressure,
temp, AUX
18 kV A
15 kV C
Ext
Analog: 1.6 to 3.6
VI/O: 1.2 to 3.6
0.075 typ Std
0.6 typ enhanced
2.5×3.0
WCSP-18
2.20
TSC2006
4-Wire
12
Serial, SPI
Processor, X,
Y, pressure,
temp, AUX
18 kV A
15 kV C
Ext
Analog: 1.6 to 3.6
VI/O: 1.2 to 3.6
0.075 typ Std
0.6 typ enhanced
QFN-20
1.50
TSC2007
4-Wire
12
Serial, I2C
Processor, X,
Y, pressure,
temp, AUX
20 kV A
12 kV C
VDD= VREF
1.2 to 3.6
0.04 typ
1.5×2.0
WCSP-12,
TSSOP-16
1.75
TSC2046
4-Wire
12(8)
Serial, SPI
X, Y, pressure,
VBAT, temp,
AUX
2 kV A
2 kV C
Int
Analog: 2.2 to 5.25
VI/O: 1.5 to 5.25
1.8
TSSOP-16,
QFN-16,
BGA-48
1.80
TSC2046E
4-Wire
12(8)
Serial, SPI
X, Y, pressure,
VBAT, temp,
AUX
15 kV C
Int
Analog: 2.2 to 5.25
VI/O: 1.5 to 5.25
1.8
TSSOP-16,
QFN-16,
BGA-48
2.05
TSC2200
4-Wire
8, 10, 12
Serial, SPI
Processor, X,
Y, pressure,
VBAT, temp, KP,
AUX, DAC
2 kV
Int
2.7 to 3.6
6.2
TSSOP-16,
QFN-16,
BGA-48
2.40
1
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
2
ESD: A = Air, C = Contact
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Analog Switches and Digital Bus Switches
Analog Switches
Device
Ron (max)
Ron Flatness
(max)
Ron Mismatch
(max)
V+
(V) (min)
V+
(V) (max)
On Time
(ns) (max)
Off Time
(ns) (max)
Pins/Packages
0.9
0.9
8
8
8
8
10
0.15
0.15
1.5
1.5
1.5
1.5
5
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1.65
1.65
2.7
2.7
2.7
2.7
1.65
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
7
7
17
17
17
17
5.5
11.5
11.5
14
14
14
14
4.5
5/SC70, SOT-23, WCSP
5/SC70, SOT-23, WCSP
5/SC70, SOT-23
5/SC70, SOT-23
5/SC70, SOT-23
5/SC70, SOT-23
5/SC70, SOT-23, WCSP
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
10
0.25
0.25
0.4
0.4
5
0.1
0.1
0.05
0.05
1
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
5.5
5.5
3.6
3.6
5.5
7.5
7.5
14
14
5.8
11
11
9
9
3.6
8/US8, WCSP
8/US8, WCSP
8/MSOP, SOT-23
8/MSOP, SOT-23
8/SM8, US8, WCSP
0.9
0.4
0.05
1.65
3.6
14
9
14/TSSOP
0.75
0.9
0.9
0.9
0.9
1.1
0.9
10
10
13.8
0.25
0.25
0.15
0.15
0.25
0.15
0.25
5
2
4.5
0.25
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.1
0.2
0.14
4.5
2.25
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
25
22
16
8
30
35
6
8.5
5
6.8
20
8
15
12.5
20
20
13
6.5
3.4
4.1
8/WCSP
6/SC70
8/US8, WCSP
8/US8, WCSP
6/SC70, SOT-23, WCSP
6/SC70, SOT-23
6/SC70, SOT-23
6/SC70, SOT-23, WCSP
6/SC70, SOT-23
8/SM8, US8
0.9
0.9
10
10
0.75
0.3
0.3
0.94
0.25
0.25
4 (typ)
2
0.25
0.04
0.04
0.46
0.1
0.1
0.15 (typ)
0.14
0.1
0.07
0.05
0.11
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
1.65
2.3
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
5.5
3.6
3.6
5.5
13
5.5
5.7
5
25
35
35
80
8
10
3.8
3.4
20
25
25
70
10/MSOP, QFN
10/MSOP
10/MSOP, QFN
10/MSOP
12/WCSP
10/MSOP, QFN
10/MSOP, SON, WCSP
10/MSOP
10
0.45
7
0.1
0.8
0.07
1.65
1.65
3.6
4.3
8
23
6.5
32
16/SOIC, SSOP (QSOP), TSSOP, TVSOP, QFN
16/TSSOP, QFN
0.9
15
0.25
6.5 (typ)
0.1
0.1 (typ)
1.65
1.65
5.5
5.5
21
6.5
10.5
3.7
8/US8
8/SM8, US8
12
9
2
2.3
3.6
9.5
3.5
16/SOIC, SSOP (QSOP), TSSOP, TVSOP, QFN
SPST
TS5A3166
TS5A3167
TS5A4594
TS5A4595
TS5A4596
TS5A4597
TS5A1066
SPST x 2
TS5A23166
TS5A23167
TS3A4741
TS3A4742
TS5A2066
SPST x 4
TS3A4751
SPDT
TS5A6542
TS5A4624
TS5A3153
TS5A3154
TS5A3159A
TS5A3159
TS5A3160
TS5A3157
TS5A63157
TS5A2053
SPDT x 2
TS5A23159
TS5A23160
TS5A23157
TS5A623157
TS5A26542
TS3A24157
TS3A24159
TS5A22364
SPDT x 4
TS3A5018
TS3A44159
SP3T
TS5A3359
TS5A3357
SP4T x 2
TS3A5017
Digital Bus Switches
Part Number
ICC
(µA)
No. of
Bits
Ron (max)
(ohms)
tpd Max
(ns)
VCC Range
(V)
Voltage
Nodes (V)
VCC Min
(V) VCC Max
(V) Technology
Family Pin/Package Description SN74CB3T16212
70
24
8.5
0.25
2.3 to 3.6
2.5, 3.3
2.3
3.6
CB3T
56 BGA MicroStar
Junior™, 56 TSSOP,
56 TVSOP
24-bit FET bus-exchange
2.5-V/3.3-V low-voltage bus
switch with 5-V-tolerant level
shifter
SN74CB3Q3253
2000
2
11
0.18
2.3 to 3.6 2.5, 3.3
2.3 3.6 CB3Q 16 QFN, 16 SSOP/QSOP,
16 TSSOP, 16 TVSOP
Dual 1-of-4 FET multiplexer/
demultiplexer 2.5-V/3.3-V lowvoltage high-bandwidth bus
switch
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Selection Guides
Digital Media Systems
Device
Description
Input Level
Output Level
Frequency
(MHz)
VCC
(V)
Jitter (Peak-to-Peak)
[P-P] or
Cycle-to-Cycle [C-C]
Output
Skew
(max) (ps)
Pins/
Packages
Price1
Audio/Video/IPTV/IP-STB/Streaming Media
CDCE906
Xtal/single-ended/
differential
CDC5806
3-PLL-based clock generator for digital TV apps
LVTTL
CDCVF2505 1:5 PLL clock driver for general purpose, SSC
LVTTL
CDCR83A
400-MHz Direct Rambus clock generator, SSC
CMOS
CDCFR83A 533-MHz Direct Rambus clock generator, SSC
CMOS
CDCE949
Programmable 4-PLL clock generator w/ VCXO input Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
Xtal
CDCDLP223 Clock synthesizer for DLP® technology
CDCD5704 XDR clock generator
HCLK
CDCS502
Programmable 3-PLL clock generator w/ EEPROM
Crystal oscillator/clock generator with optional SSC
2.5- to 3.3-V
LVTTL
LVTTL
LVTTL
RSL6
RSL6
LVTTL
LVTTL/HCLK
XDR RSL
<167
3.3
60 ps (typ)
200
20/TSSOP
2.20
12 to 74
24 to 200
267 to 400
267 to 533
<200
20 to 400
300 to 667
3.3
3.3
3.3
3.3
1.8
3.3
2.5
—
150
—
—
150
—
—
20TSSOP
8/TSSOP/SOIC
24/SSOP
24/SSOP
24/TSSOP
20/TSSOP
28/TSSOP
2.70
0.85
1.85
2.15
2.35
2.90
2.95
Xtal
LVCMOS
8 to 108
3.3
P-P: 150 ps
C-C: 70 ps (typ)
C-C: 50 ps (400 MHz)
C-C: 40 ps (533 MHz)
60 ps (typ)
Period jitter: ±75 ps
C-C: 40 ps
(300 to 635 MHz)
100 ps (typ)
—
8/TSSOP
0.95
LVTTL
LVTTL
LVTTL/LVCMOS
0 to 140
24 to 200
0 to 200
100
150
100
<300
3.3
3.3
2.5/
3.3
3.3
—
C-C: 70 ps (typ)
—
Xtal/single-ended/
differential
Xtal/single-ended/
differential
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
LVCMOS
LVTTL
LVTTL/
LVCMOS
2.5- to 3.3-V
LVTTL
2.5- to 3.3-V
LVTTL
3.3-V LVTTL
1.8-V LVTTL
3.3-V LVTTL
1.8-V LVTTL
3.3-V LVTTL
1.8-V LVTTL
3.3-V LVTTL
1.8-V LVTTL
60 ps (typ)
200
20/TSSOP
3.60
<167
3.3
60 ps (typ)
200
20/TSSOP
2.20
<200
<200
<200
<200
<200
<200
<200
<200
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
150
14/TSSOP
14/TSSOP
16/TSSOP
16/TSSOP
20/TSSOP
20/TSSOP
24/TSSOP
24/TSSOP
1.60
1.60
1.95
1.95
2.15
2.15
2.35
2.35
DSP and DaVinci™ Clocks
CDCV304
1:4 fanout for PCI-X and general applications
CDCVF2505 1:5 PLL clock driver for general purpose, SSC
CDCVF2310 1:10 clock with 2 banks with series resistors
CDCE706
Programmable 3-PLL clock generator with EEPROM
CDCE906
Programmable 3-PLL clock generator with EEPROM
CDCE913
CDCEL913
CDCE925
CDCEL925
CDCE937
CDCEL937
CDCE949
CDCEL949
1.8-V programmable 1-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 1-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 2-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 2-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 3-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 3-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 4-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 4-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
8/TSSOP
1.10
8/TSSOP/SOIC 0.85
24/TSSOP
2.05
Gaming Console
CDCR83A
CDCFR83A
400-MHz Direct Rambus clock generator, SSC
533-MHz Direct Rambus clock generator, SSC
CMOS
CMOS
RSL6
RSL6
267 to 400
267 to 533
3.3
3.3
C-C: 50 ps (400 MHz)
C-C: 40 ps (533 MHz)
—
—
24/SSOP
24/SSOP
1.85
2.15
CDCD5704
XDR clock generator
HCLK
XDR RSL
300 to 667
2.5
C-C: 40 ps
(300 to 635 MHz)
—
28/TSSOP
2.95
Xtal/single-ended/
differential
Xtal/single-ended/
differential
2.5- to 3.3-V
LVTTL
2.5- to 3.3-V
LVTTL
<300
3.3
60 ps (typ)
200
20/TSSOP
3.60
<167
3.3
60 ps (typ)
200
20/TSSOP
2.20
<200
<200
<200
<200
24 to 200
44 to 683
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
3.3
3.3
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
C-C: 70 ps (typ)
—
150
150
150
150
150
—
14/TSSOP
16/TSSOP
20/TSSOP
24/TSSOP
8/TSSOP/SOIC
32/QFN
1.60
1.95
2.15
2.35
0.85
4.20
44 to 683
3.3
—
—
32/QFN
5.00
44 to 683
3.3
—
—
32/QFN
6.50
<200
<200
<200
<200
<52
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
1.8
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
60 ps (typ)
—
150
150
150
150
50
14/TSSOP
16/TSSOP
20/TSSOP
24/TSSOP
20/DSBGA
1.60
1.95
2.15
2.35
1.80
Office Automation
CDCE706
Programmable 3-PLL clock generator w/ EEPROM
CDCE906
Programmable 3-PLL clock generator w/ EEPROM
CDCE913
CDCE925
CDCE937
CDCE949
CDCVF2505
CDCM61001
1.8-V programmable 1-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 2-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 3-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 4-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1:5 PLL clock driver for general purpose, SSC
1:1 ultra-low jitter crystal-in clock generator
CDCM61002 1:2 ultra-low jitter crystal-in clock generator
CDCM61004 1:4 ultra-low jitter crystal-in clock generator
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended 3.3-V LVTTL
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended 3.3-V LVTTL
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended 3.3-V LVTTL
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended 3.3-V LVTTL
LVTTL
LVTTL
Xtal/LVCMOS
LVPECL/LVDS/
LVCMOS
Xtal/LVCMOS
LVPECL/LVDS/
LVCMOS
Xtal/LVCMOS
LVPECL/LVDS/
LVCMOS
Portable
CDCEL913
CDCEL925
CDCEL937
CDCEL949
CDC3S04
1.8-V programmable 1-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 2-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 3-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
1.8-V programmable 4-PLL VCXO clock synthesizer
Quad sine-wave clock buffer with LDO
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
Xtal/VCXO/single-ended
SINE
1.8-V LVTTL
1.8-V LVTTL
1.8-V LVTTL
1.8-V LVTTL
SINE
1
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
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Selection Guides
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Logic
Little Logic: Single-, Dual- and Triple-Gate Logic Devices
Get samples, data sheets and application reports at www.ti.com/littlelogic
Little Logic offers voltage-range
operating levels from 5.5 V all the
way down to sub 1-V VCC and can be
utilized with AHC/T (5-V), LVC (3.3-V),
AUP (3.3-V) and AUC (1.8-V) product
families. Designs that require signal
switching can take advantage of TI’s
CBT Little Logic families. The CBT
devices provide bus switch solutions
in a variety of options, ­including CBTD
for 5-V to 3.3-V translation and CBTLV
for low-voltage operation. Little Logic
provides packaging options in 5-,
6- and 8-pin packages, including the
NanoStar™ integrated circuit package,
that are 70 percent smaller than the
5-pin SC-70 and 13 percent smaller
than any other logic package ­available
today.
Little Logic Performance Comparisons
Key Features
• 1.8-V to 5.5-V optimized performance
• Sub 1-V operation with AUC and AUP
Little Logic
• World’s smallest logic package
NanoStar integrated circuit (IC)
package
• YZV = 4-bump NanoStar IC package
(0.9 mm × 0.9 mm)
• YZP = 5-, 6- and 8-bump (see diagram
below)
• Low-voltage bus switching (CBTLV)
• Pb-free offering
• Packaging: See below
Family
Operating
Voltage Range
(V)
Optimized
Voltage (V)
Propagation
Delay, tpd
(typ) (ns)
Output Drive
(mA)
Input Tolerance
(V)
IOFF
Protection
AUC
0.8 to 2.7
1.8
2.0
8
3.6
Yes
AUP
0.8 to 3.6
3.3
3.5
4
3.6
Yes
LVC
1.65 to 5.5
3.3
3.5
24
5.5
Yes
AHC
2.0 to 5.5
5.0
5.0
8
5.5
No
AHCT
4.5 to 5.5
5.0
5.0
8
5.5
No
2
5.5
Yes
2
5.5
Yes
2
3.6
Yes
CBT
4.5 to 5.5
CBTD
5.0
4.5 to 5.5
CBTLV
5.0
2.3 to 3.6
3.3
0.25
1
0.25
1
0.25
1
­–
­–
­–
1
The propagation delay is the calculated RC time constant of the typical on-state resistance of the switch and the specified load
capacitance, when driven by an ideal voltage source (zero output impedance). The value listed is a maximum.
2
The FET switch has no output drive. The drive current at the output terminal is determined by the drive current of the device connected at
the input terminal of the FET switch.
Applications
• Portable media devices
• PDAs/pocket PCs
• Cellular phones
• Computing
Space-Saving Little Logic Packages
DCU (US-8)
DCT (SM-8)
DBV (SOT-23)
DCK (SC-70)
5-pin or 6-pin
5-pin or 6-pin
YZP (WCSP)
YZP (WCSP)
5-/6-bump
8-bump
0.5 mm
0.5 mm
Little Logic
Little Logic
Little Logic
Little Logic
0.9 mm
0.9 mm
2.10 mm
2.80 mm
3.1 mm
4.00 mm
1.4 mm
1.9 mm
0.65 mm
0.95 mm
0.50 mm
2.0 mm
2.90 mm
2.0 mm
0.65 mm
2.95 mm
DRY (µQFN)
6-pin
DSF (µQFN)
6-pin
0.039
(1,00)
Lead Pitch = 0.020 (0,50)
Height = 0.022 (0,55)
Area = 0.002 (1,29)
Video and Vision Guide
8-pin
Lead Pitch = 0.014 (0,35)
Height = 0.014 (0,37)
Area = 0.001 (0,645)
RSE (µQFN)
8-pin
0.055
(1,40)
0.039
(1,00)
0.057
(1,45)
0.039
(1,00)
DQE (µQFN)
0.039
(1,00)
0.059
(1,50)
Lead Pitch = 0.020 (0,50)
Height = 0.022 (0,55)
Area = 0.003 (1,94)
YFP (WCSP)
6-ball NanoStar
0.30
(0,77)
0.30
(0,77)
0.059
(1,50)
Lead Pitch = 0.014 (0,35)
Height = 0.014 (0,37)
Area = 0.002 (1,29)
YFP (WCSP)
4-ball NanoStar
0.030
(0,77)
0.030
(0,77)
0.062
(1,57)
0.046
(1,17)
Ball Pitch = 0.016 (0,40)
Height = 0.020 (0,50)
Area = 0.009 (0,58)
YFP (WCSP)
8-ball NanoStar
Ball Pitch = 0.016 (0,40)
Height = 0.020 (0,50)
Area = 0.001 (0,89)
Ball Pitch = 0.016 (0,40)
Height = 0.020 (0,50)
Area = 0.002 (1,29)
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Interface
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I2C
Additional Features
I2C
Address
VCC Range
(V)
No.
of I/Os
Low
Power
Interrupt
Reset
Configuration
Registers
400
400
400
400
400
400
0100 00x
0100 00x
0100 00x
0100 xxx
1110 1xx
0100 xxx
1.65 to 5.5
1.65 to 5.5
1.65 to 5.5
1.65 to 5.5
1.65 to 5.5
1.65 to 5.5
8
16
24
16
16
16































400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
100
100
400
400
0011 xxx
0100 xxx
0111 xxx
0100 xxx
1000 001
1110 0xx
1110 1xx
0100 xxx
0111 xxx
0100 xxx
0011 xxx
0100 xxx
0111 xxx
0100 xxx
0100 xxx
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
2.5 to 6.0
2.5 to 6.0
2.5 to 5.5
4.5 to 5.5
8
8
8
16
4
8
16
8
8
16
8
8
8
16
16























Max Frequency
(kHz)
Part Number
I/O Type
5-VTolerant
I/Os
PushPull
Open
Drain
Low-Voltage I/O Expanders
TCA6408A
TCA6416A
TCA6424
TCA9535
TCA9539
TCA9555


I/O Expanders
PCA6107
PCA9534
PCA9534A
PCA9535
PCA9536
PCA9538
PCA9539
PCA9554
PCA9554A
PCA9555
PCA9557
PCF8574
PCF8574A
PCF8575
PCF8575C








































I2C Special Functions
Device
TCA6507
TCA8418
PCA9306
Max Frequency
(kHz)
400
1000
400
I2C
Address
1000 101
110100
VCC Range
(V)
1.65 to 3.6
1.65 to 3.6
0 to 5.5
Additional Features
Low
5-V Tolerant
Enable Pin
Voltage
I/Os
Function
LED driver
Keypad scan
Voltage translator


I/O Type
Push-Pull

Open Drain






I2C Multiplexers and Switches
Part Number
PCA9543A
Max Frequency
(kHz)
400
I2C
Address
1110 0xx
VCC Range
(V)
2.3 to 5.5
Channel
Width
2
PCA9544A
PCA9545A
PCA9546A
PCA9548A
400
400
400
400
1110 xxx
1110 0xx
1110 xxx
1110 xxx
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
2.3 to 5.5
4
4
4
8
Additional Features
Simultaneously
Reset
Active Channels
1 to 2

Interrupt

1
1 to 4
1 to 4
1 to 8





5-V Tolerant
I/Os
Open Drain I/O










I2C Hubs, Buffers and Repeaters
Device
TCA4311
Max
Frequency
(kHz)
400
VCC Range
(V)
2.7 to 5.5
Channel Width
2
PCA9515A
PCA9517
PCA9518
P82B715
P82B96
400
400
400
400
400
2.3 to 5.5
0.9 to 5.5
3.0 to 3.6
3.0 to 12.0
2.0 to 15.0
2
2
5
2
2
Texas Instruments 4Q 2009
Enable
Pin
Additional Features
EXP
Hot
Pin
Swap


5-V Tolerant
I/Os










Master Side
Bus Cap.
400
Slave Side
Bus Cap.
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
400
Open Drain I/O
4
4
4
4
4
4
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Interface
RS-232
Data Rate
(kbps)
# of Tx
# of Rx
Supply Voltage
(V)
ESD HBM
(kV)
ICC
(max) (mA)
Single Analog Supply
IEC-61000-4-2
Support
1.8-V
Support
TRS202E
120
2
2
5.0
±15 15


TRS232E
250
2
2
5.0
±15 10


TRS3221E
250
1
1
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 1


TRS3222E
500
2
2
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 1


TRS3223E
500
2
2
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 1


TRS3227E
1000
1
1
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 2


TRS3232E
250
2
2
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 1


TRS3237E
1000
5
3
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 2


TRS3238E
400
5
3
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 2


TRS3243E
500
3
5
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 1


TRS3253E
1000
3
5
3.3 or 5.0 & 1.8 ±15 1


TRS3318E
460
2
2
2.25 to 3.0 ±15 2

TRS3386E
250
3
2
3.3 or 5.0 & 1.8 ±15 1


TRSF3221E
1000
1
1
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 1


TRSF3222E
1000
2
2
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 1


TRSF3223E
1000
2
2
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 1


TRSF3232E
1000
2
2
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 1


TRSF3238E
1000
5
3
3.3 or 5.0 ±15 2


Device
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Interface
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Level Translation
VCC Min to Max (V)
VCCB
VCCA
Bit
Width
Device
VCCA (V)
2.5 2.7
1.2
1.5
1.8
3.3
5
1.2
1.5
1.8
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
VCCB (V)
2.5 2.7
3.3
5
Smallest Package
1-Bit
SN74AVC1T451
1
1.2 to 3.6
1.2 to 3.6
SN74LVC1T45
1
1.65 to 5.5
1.65 to 5.5
TXB0101
1
1.2 to 3.6
1.65 to 5.5
TXS0101
1
1.65 to 3.6
2.3 to 5.5
2
1.2 to 3.6
1.2 to 3.6
4
4
4
4
4
4
6-ball NanoStar™/NanoFree™
4
4
4
4
4
4
6-ball NanoStar/NanoFree
4
4
4
4
4
6-ball NanoFree
4
4
4
4
6-ball NanoFree
4
4
4
2-Bit
SN74AVC2T245
SN74AVC2T45
1
SN74LVC2T45
4
4
2
1.2 to 3.6
1.2 to 3.6
4
4
4
4
4
4
2
1.65 to 5.5
1.65 to 5.5
4
4
4
4
4
4
TXB0102
2
1.2 to 3.6
1.65 to 5.5
4
4
4
4
TXS0102
2
1.65 to 3.6
2.3 to 5.5
4
4
4
4
4
1.2 to 3.6
1.2 to 3.6
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
10-pin QFN
8-ball NanoStar/NanoFree
4
8-ball NanoStar/NanoFree
4
4
4
4
8-ball NanoFree
4
4
4
4
8-ball NanoFree
4
4
4
4-Bit
SN74AVC4T2451
4
4
SN74AVC4T774
4
1.2 to 3.6
1.2 to 3.6
4
4
4
4
4
4
TXB0104
4
1.2 to 3.6
1.65 to 5.5
4
4
4
4
4
4
TXS0104E
4
1.65 to 3.6
2.3 to 5.5
4
4
4
4
6
1.2 to 3.6
1.65 to 5.5
4
4
4
4
4
4
8
1.2 to 3.6
1.2 to 3.6
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
16-pin QFN
16-pin QFN
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
12-ball UFBGA
4
4
4
4
12-ball UFBGA
4
4
4
4
4
16-pin QFN
4
4
4
4
6-Bit
TXB0106
8-Bit
SN74AVC8T2451
1
8
1.65 to 5.5
1.65 to 5.5
TXB0108
8
1.2 to 3.6
1.65 to 5.5
TXS0108E
8
1.65 to 3.6
2.3 to 5.5
SN74LVC8T245
4
4
4
24-pin QFN
4
4
4
4
4
24-pin QFN
4
4
4
4
4
20-ball VFBGA
4
4
4
4
20-ball VFBGA
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
16-Bit
SN74AVC16T2451
16
1.2 to 3.6
1.2 to 3.6
SN74LVC16T2451
16
1.65 to 5.5
1.65 to 5.5
20
1.2 to 3.6
1.2 to 3.6
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
56-ball VFBGA
24
1.2 to 3.6
1.2 to 3.6
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
83-ball LFBGA
32
1.2 to 3.6
1.2 to 3.6
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
96-ball LFBGA
CF4320H
—
1.65 to VCCB
3 to 5.5
4
4
4
4
SN74AVCA406E
—
1.2 to 3.6
1.2 to 3.6
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
56-ball VFBGA
4
56-ball VFBGA
20-Bit
SN74AVC20T2451
24-Bit
SN74AVC24T2451
32-Bit
SN74AVC32T2451
Application Specific
4
4
4
114-ball LFBGA
20-ball VFBGA
SN74AVC2T872
2
1.1 to 3.6
1.1 to 3.6
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
12-ball WCSP
TXS02612
—
1.1 to 3.6
1.1 to 3.6
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
24-ball VFBGA
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
4
TXS0206
—
1.1 to 3.6
1.1 to 3.6
4
4
4
4
TXS0206-29
—
1.1 to 3.6
2.9
4
4
4
4
4
TWL1200
19
1.1 to 3.6
1.1 to 3.6
4
4
1
20-ball WCSP
20-ball WCSP
4
4
48-ball VFBGA
Bus-hold option available.
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Interface
PanelBus™ Signal Processing Circuits (DVI) Transmitters and Receivers
Device
Voltage (V)
Recvr./Trans.
Channels
Parallel
Outputs
Data Speed
(Mbps)
ICC
(mA)
Package
TFP401
3.3
3
48
495
400
TFP401A
3.3
3
48
495
400
TFP403
3.3
3
48
495
400
TFP410
3.3
3
6
495
TFP501
3.3
3
48
495
TFP503
3.3
3
48
TFP510
3.3
3
TFP513
3.3
3
Description
Price1
100 HTQFP
DVI receiver, 165 MHz
5.00
100 HTQFP
DVI receiver, 165 MHz, HSYNC jitter immunity
5.00
100 HTQFP
DVI receiver
6.83
250
64 HTQFP
DVI transmitter, 165 MHz
3.50
400
100 HTQFP
DVI receiver, 165 MHz plus HDCP
Call
495
400
100 HTQFP
DVI receiver, 165 MHz plus HDCP and embedded
HDCP keys
Call
6
495
250
64 HTQFP
DVI transmitter, 165 MHz plus HDCP
Call
6
495
250
64 HTQFP
DVI transmitter, 165 MHz plus HDCP and embedded
HDCP keys
Call
1394 Integrated Devices
Device
Description
Price1
196
Integrated 1394a link/2-port PHY for consumer applications,
supports DTCP (5C) content protection
8.25
21
196
Integrated 1394a link/2-port PHY for consumer applications,
supports DTCP (5C) content protection
8.25
Family Name
Voltage (V)
Data Rate (Mbps)
FIFOs
Package
TSB43DA42A
—
3.3/1.5
up to 400
21
TSB43EA42
—
3.3/1.5
up to 400
XIO2213B
—
3.3, 1.95, 1.5
800
8
167 NFBGA, 168 BGA
PCI Express-to-1394b OHCI with three-port PHY
6.75
TSB43AB21A
—
3.3
400
9
128 TQFP
OHCI 1.1, 1394a link layer controller integrated with 1394a,
400 Mbps, one-port physical layer (PHY)
4.45
TSB43AB22A
—
3.3
400
9
128 TQFP
OHCI 1.1, 1394a link layer controller integrated with 1394a,
400 Mbps, two-port physical layer
3.80
TSB43AB23
—
3.3
400
9
128 TSFP, 144 LQFP
OHCI 1.1, 1394a link layer controller integrated with 1394a,
400 Mbps, three-port physical layer
4.25
TSB83AA22C
—
3.3
800
11
168 BGA
IEEE Std. 1394b-2002 PHY and OHCI link device
8.50
TSB83AA23
—
3.3
800
11
167 NFBGA
Integrated IEEE-1394b OHCI link and three-port S800 PHY
9.00
1394 Physical Layer Controllers
Device
Description
Price1
48 HTQFP,
64 HTQFP
IEEE 1394a 1-port cable transceiver/arbiter
1.50
up to 400
64 HTQFP
IEEE 1394a 2-port cable transceiver/arbiter
1.85
3.3
up to 400
80 HTQFP
IEEE 1394a 3-port cable transceiver/arbiter
3.00
3.3
up to 400
80 TQFP
1394b-2002 3-port physical layer device
6.50
4
3.3
up to 400
80 HTQFP
IEEE 1394a 4-port cable transceiver/arbiter
6.50
6
3.3
up to 400
100 HTQFP
IEEE 1394a 6-port cable transceiver/arbiter
6.40
3
1.8, 3.3
up to 800
80 HTQFP
High-performance 1394b s800 3-port cable transceiver/arbiter
7.80
Ports
Voltage (V)
Data Rate (Mbps)
Package
TSB41AB1
1
3.3
up to 400
TSB41AB2
2
3.3
TSB41AB3
3
TSB41BA3D
3
TSB41LV04A
TSB41LV06A
TSB81BA3E
FlatLink™ LVDS Transmitter/Receiver 3G Selection Guide
Device
Description
Number of
Parallel Outputs
Number of
Parallel Inputs
Data Throughput
(Mbps)
PLL Frequency
(MHz)
Serial Data
Receiver Channels
Serial Data
Transmitter Channels
Price1
SN65LVDS301
QVGA-XGA serializer transmitter
—
27
1755
4-65
—
3
1.90
SN65LVDS302
QVGA-XGA deserializer receiver
27
—
1755
4-65
3
—
1.90
SN65LVDS303
QVGA-VGA serializer transmitter
—
27
810
4-30
—
2
1.70
SN65LVDS304
QVGA-VGA deserializer receiver
27
—
810
4-30
2
—
1.70
SN65LVDS305
QVGA-HVGA serializer transmitter
—
27
405
4-15
—
1
1.55
SN65LVDS306
QVGA-HVGA deserializer receiver
27
—
405
4-15
1
—
1.55
1
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
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Interface
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ESD Protection Solution
Part Number
# of Channels
Supply Voltage
(Max)
I/O Level
I/O Capacitance
(pF)
VBR
(Min)
Pin/Package
TPD12S015
12
VBAT = 2.3 V–5.5 V
0 V to 5.5 V
1.1
9
28-DSBGA (YFP)
TPD12S520
12
0 V to 6 V
0 V to 5.5 V
0.9
8
38-TSSOP (DBT)
TPD12S521
12
0 V to 6 V
0 V to 5.5 V
0.9
8
38-TSSOP (DBT)
TPD2E001
2
0.9 V to 5.5 V
–0.3 V to VCC+0.3 V
1.5
11
4-SOP (DZD), 5-SOT (DRL),
6-SON (DRY, DRS)
TPD2E007
2
NA
–13.5 V to 13.5 V
15
14
4-DSLGA (YFM), SC70 (3-DCK)
TPD2E009
2
NA
0 V to 6 V
0.7
9
3-SOP (DBZ), 3-SOT (DRT)
TPD3E001
3
0.9 V to 5.5 V
–0.3 V to VCC+0.3 V
1.5
11
5-SOT (DRL), 6-SON (DRY, DRS)
TPD4E001
4
0.9 V to 5.5 V
–0.3 V to VCC+0.3 V
1.5
11
6-SON (DRS), 6-SOT (DRL)
TPD4E002
4
NA
NA
11
6
5-SOT (DLR)
TPD4E004
4
–0.03 V to 5.5 V
–0.3 V to VCC+0.3 V
1.6
6
6-SON (DRY)
TPD4S009
4
–0.3 V to 6 V
0–VCC
0.8
9
10-MSOP (DGS),
6-SC-70 (DCK), 6-SON (DRY),
6-SOT-23 (DBV)
TPD4S010
4
NA
NA
0.8
9
6-SON (DQA)
TPD4S012
4
VBUS = –0.3 V to 20 V
–0.3 V to 6 V
0.8
D+, D-,
ID = 9 V,
VBUS = 20 V
6-SON (DRY)
TPD6E001
6
0.9 V to 5.5 V
–0.3 V to VCC+0.3 V
1.5
11
10-QFN (RSE), 12-QFN (RSF)
TPD6E004
6
–0.03 V to 5.5 V
–0.3 V to VCC+0.3 V
1.6
6
8-QFN (RSE)
TPD8S009
8
–0.3 V to 6 V
0–VCC
0.8
9
15-SON (DSM)
Breakdown Voltage
(Min) (V)
–3 dB Bandwidth
Ctotal
(typ) (pF)
Rline
(typ) (Ohms)
Pin/Package
EMI Protection Solution
Part Number
# of Channels
TPD6F002
6
6
100 MHz
34
100
SON (12-RSV)
TPD4F003
4
6
200 MHz
17
100
WSON (8-DQD)
TPD6F003
6
6
200 MHz
17
100
WSON (12-DQD)
TPD8F003
8
6
200 MHz
17
100
WSON (16-DQD)
IrDA
Part Number
Description
TIR1000
Standalone IrDA encoder and decoder
Data Rate
(max) (kbps)
Pin/Package
115
8 SO, 8 TSSOP
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Interface
USB
USB Hub Controllers
Speed
Ports
I2C
Voltage (V)
Package
Description
Price1
TUSB2036
Full (1.1)
2/3
No
3.3
32 LQFP
2-/3-port hub for USB with optional serial EEPROM interface
1.45
TUSB2046B
Full (1.1)
4
No
3.3
32 LQFP
4-port hub for USB with optional serial EEPROM interface
1.50
TUSB2077A
Full (1.1)
7
No
3.3
48 LQFP
7-port USB hub with optional serial EEPROM interface
2.45
TUSB2136
Full (1.1)
1/2
Yes
3.3
64 LQFP
2-port hub with integrated general-purpose function controller
4.10
Speed
Voltage (V)
Remote Wakeup
Package
Description
Price1
TUSB3210
Full
3.3
Yes
64 LQFP
USB full-speed general-purpose device controller
3.15
TUSB3410
Full
3.3
Yes
32 LQFP
USB-to-serial converter (RS-232, RS-485)
2.85
TUSB6250
Full, High
3.3
Yes
80 TQFP
USB 2.0 high-speed, low-power ATA/ATAPI bridge solution
3.50
TUSB9260
Super
3.3, 1.8, 1.1
Yes
100 BGA
SuperSpeed USB-to-SATA 3-Gig bridge solution
Call
Device
USB Peripherals
Device
USB On-The-Go (OTG) Devices
Device
Speed
Voltage (V)
Integrated Circuit Package
Single-Ended Input
Description
Price1
TUSB6010B
High
1.5, 1.8 & 3.3
80 MicroStar BGA™
16-bit MUXed NOR
USB 2.0 high-speed OTG to local bus interface controller
Call
TUSB6020
High
1.5, 1.8 & 3.3
80 MicroStar BGA
VLYNQ™
USB 2.0 high-speed OTG local bus interface bridge controller
Call
Speed
Voltage (V)
Package
Single-Ended Input
Description
Price1
TUSB1105
Full, Low
1.6, 3.6
16 RTZ, 16 RGT
Yes
USB transceivers
0.55
TUSB1106
Full, Low
1.6, 3.6
16 RTZ, 16 PW
No
USB transceivers
0.55
TUSB2551A
Full, Low
1.6, 3.6
14 PW, 16 RGT
No
USB transceivers
0.55
TUSB1210
High
3.3, 1.8, 1.1
32 QFN
N/A
ULPI USB 2.0 transceiver
Call
TUSB1211
High
3.3, 1.8, 1.1
36 BGA
N/A
ULPI USB 2.0 transceiver
Call
TUSB1310
Super
3.3, 1.8, 1.1
167 BGA
N/A
SuperSpeed USB transceiver
Call
USB Transceivers
Device
USB Port Protection Transient voltage suppressor protects USB 1.1 devices from ESD and electrical noise transients.
USB Transient Suppressors
Device
No. of Channels
Application
I/O Capacitance
VBR (Min)
Package
Price1
TPD2E001
Dual-bit/single channel
USB HS, USB FS
1.5 pF
11 V
DRL, DRY, DZD
Web
TPD3E001
Three-bit/single-channel USB OTG ESD
USB HS OTG, USB FS OTG
1.5 pF
11 V
DRL, DRY
Web
TPD4E001
Four-bit/two channel
USB HS, USB FS
1.5 pF
11 V
DRL, DRS
Web
TPD4S012
Four-bit/single-channel ESD with VBUS clamp
USB HS with VBUS clamp
1.5 pF
11 V
RSE, RSF
Web
TPD4E004
Four-bit/two channel
USB HS, USB FS
1 pF
6V
DRY
Web
SN65220, SN75220
Dual-bit/single channel
USB FS
35 pF
6V
DBV, YZP
Web
SN65240
Four-bit/two channel
USB FS
35 pF
6V
PW, P
Web
1
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
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Interface

Resources For a complete list of resources (evaluation modules, data sheets and application notes), visit interface.ti.com.
Literature Number
Description
Application Notes
SLLU043
TUSB3410 UART Evaluation Board
SLLA170B
USB/Serial Applications Using TUSB3410/5052 and the VCP Software
SLLAA276
MSP430 USB Connectivity Using TUSB3410
PCI Express PHY
Price1
(1 KU)
Device
Supply Voltage
(V)
PCIe
Parallel Bus Width
Speed
(Max) (Gbps)
MicroStar BGA™
Packaging
Package
Description
XIO1100
3.3, 1.8, 1.5
×1
8, 16
2.5
Yes
100 BGA
×1 PCI Express PHY, compliant with the PCI Express base
specification revision 1.1
Supply Voltage
(V)
PCIe
PCI Bus Masters
Wake/Beacon
Support
MicroStar BGA
Packaging
Package
Description
Price1
(1 KU)
XIO2000A
3.3, 1.5
×1
6
Yes
Yes
175 BGA
201 BGA
×1 PCI Express-to-PCI bus translation bridge
9.00
XIO2001
3.3, 1.5
×1
6
Yes
Yes
144 BGA
169 BGA
×1 PCI Express-to-PCI bus translation bridge
5.50
7.00
PCI Express Bridge
Device
PCI Express Endpoints
Description
Price1
(1 KU)
PCI Express-to-1394b OHCI with three-port PHY
6.75
Device
Supply Voltage
(V)
PCIe
FIFO (KB)
Speed (Max) (Mbps)
MicroStar BGA
Packaging
Package
XIO2213B
3.3, 1.95, 1.5
×1
8
800
No
167 NFBGA,
168 BGA
Supply Voltage
(V)
PCIe
Downstream PCIe
Ports
Wake/Beacon
Support
MicroStar BGA
Packaging
Package
Description
Price1
(1 KU)
3.3, 1.5
×1
3
Yes
Yes
196 BGA
×1 PCI Express 4-port fanout packet switch
8.75
PCI Express Packet Switch
Device
XIO3130
PCI Express Signal Switch
Description
Price1
(1 KU)
48 NFBGA
4-channel PCIe 2:1 Multiplexer/demultiplexer passive FET switch
1.65
42 QFN
4-channel PCIe 8:16 Multiplexer/demultiplexer passive FET switch
0.95
Supply Voltage
(V)
ron (Typ)
(Ohms)
tpd (Typ)
(ns)
MicroStar BGA
Packaging
Package
TS2PCIE2212
1.7–1.9
10
0.25
No
TS2PCIE412
1.5–2.1
12.5
0.25
No
Device
1
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
Application-Specific Translators
Memory Card Interface
Part Number
Description
VCC (A)
VCC (B)
Smallest Package
SN74AVCA406
SN74AVCA406L
MMC, SD, Memory Stick, Smart Media, and xD-Picture Card voltage translation transceiver
1.4 to 3.6
1.4 to 3.6
48-ball VFBGA
MMC, SD Card, Memory Stick voltage translation transceiver
1.2 to 3.6
1.2 to 3.6
20-ball VFBGA
TXS0206
MMC, SD Card, Memory Stick voltage translation transceiver with ESD protection and EMI filtering
1.1 to 3.6
1.1 to 3.6
20-ball DSBGA
CF4320H
CompactFlash™ bus-interface chip
1.65 to 3.3
3.3 to 5
114-ball LFBGA
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Selection Guides
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MSP430 Ultra Low-Power Microcontrollers
Flash/ROM-Based x1xx MCU Family Offering 1.8–3.6 V Operation, Up to 60 kB, 8 MIPS* and a Wide Range of Peripherals
(C) ROM (F) Flash
Program
(KB)
SRAM
(B)
I/O
16-Bit
Timers2
A
B
Watchdog BOR SVS
USART:
(UART/
SPI)
MPY
Temp
DMA (16×16) Comp_A Sensor
ADC
Ch/Res
Additional
Features
Packages
1-KU
Price1
x11x
MSP430F1101A
1
128
14
3
—

—
—
—
—
—

—
slope
—
20 DGV, DW, PW, 24 RGE
0.99
MSP430C1101
1
128
14
3
—

—
—
—
—
—

—
slope
—
20 DW, PW, 24 RGE
0.60
MSP430F1111A
2
128
14
3
—

—
—
—
—
—

—
slope
—
20 DGV, DW, PW, 24 RGE
1.35
MSP430C1111
2
128
14
3
—

—
—
—
—
—

—
slope
—
20 DW, PW, 24 RGE
1.10
MSP430F1121A
4
256
14
3
—

—
—
—
—
—

—
slope
—
20 DGV, DW, PW, 24 RGE
1.70
MSP430C1121
4
256
14
3
—

—
—
—
—
—

—
slope
—
20 DW, PW, 24 RGE
2.11
MSP430F1122
4
256
14
3
—


—
—
—
—
—

5 ch, ADC10
—
20 DW, PW, 32 RHB
2.00
MSP430F1132
8
256
14
3
—


—
—
—
—
—

5 ch, ADC10
—
20 DW, PW, 32 RHB
2.25
MSP430F122
4
256
22
3
—

—
—
1
—
—

—
slope
—
28 DW, PW, 32 RHB
2.15
MSP430F123
8
256
22
3
—

—
—
1
—
—

—
slope
—
28 DW, PW, 32 RHB
2.30
MSP430F1222
4
256
22
3
—


—
1
—
—
—

8 ch, ADC10
—
28 DW, PW, 32 RHB
2.40
MSP430F1232
8
256
22
3
—


—
1
—
—
—

8 ch, ADC10
—
28 DW, PW, 32 RHB
2.50
MSP430F133
8
256
48
3
3

—
—
1
—
—


8 ch, ADC12
—
64 PM, PAG, RTD
3.00
MSP430F135
16
512
48
3
3

—
—
1
—
—


8 ch, ADC12
—
64 PM, PAG, RTD
3.60
MSP430C1331
8
256
48
3
3

—
—
1
—
—

—
slope
—
64 PM, RTD
2.00
MSP430C1351
16
512
48
3
3

—
—
1
—
—

—
slope
—
64 PM, RTD
2.30
MSP430F147
32
1024
48
3
7

—
—
2
—



8 ch, ADC12
—
64 PM, PAG, RTD
5.05
MSP430F148
48
2048
48
3
7

—
—
2
—



8 ch, ADC12
—
64 PM, PAG, RTD
5.75
MSP430F149
60
2048
48
3
7

—
—
2
—



8 ch, ADC12
—
64 PM, PAG, RTD
6.05
MSP430F1471
32
1024
48
3
7

—
—
2
—


—
slope
—
64 PM, RTD
4.60
MSP430F1481
48
2048
48
3
7

—
—
2
—


—
slope
—
64 PM, RTD
5.30
MSP430F1491
60
2048
48
3
7

—
—
2
—


—
slope
—
64 PM, RTD
5.60
MSP430F155
16
512
48
3
3



1 with I2C

—


8 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12
64 PM, RTD
4.95
MSP430F156
24
1024
48
3
3



1 with I2C

—


8 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12
64 PM, RTD
5.55
MSP430F157
32
1024
48
3
3



1 with I2C

—


8 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12
64 PM, RTD
5.85
MSP430F167
32
1024
48
3
7



2 with I2C




8 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12
64 PM, RTD
6.75
MSP430F168
48
2048
48
3
7



2 with I2C




8 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12
64 PM, RTD
7.45
MSP430F169
60
2048
48
3
7

2 with I2C

8 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12
64 PM, RTD
7.95
MSP430F1610
32
5120
48
3
7

2 with I2C

8 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12
64 PM, RTD
8.25
MSP430F1611
48
10240
48
3
7

2 with I2C

8 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12
64 PM, RTD
8.65
MSP430F1612
55
5120
48
3
7

2 with I2C

8 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12
64 PM, RTD
8.95
F11x2
F12x
F12x2
F13x
C13x1
F14x
F14x1
F15x
F16x1




















1
P rices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI
before placing orders. TI may verify final pricing before accepting any order.
2
Represents number of capture/compare registers and PWM output generators per timer.
*See www.ti.com/msp430 for additional information.
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MSP430 Ultra Low-Power Microcontrollers

Flash-Based F2xx MCU Family Featuring Lower Power and Up to 16 MIPS* with 1.8–3.6V Operation –
Enhancements Include ±1% On-Chip Very-Low-Power Oscillator, Internal Pull-Up/Pull-Down Resistors and Low Pin-Count Options
16-Bit
Timers2
(F) Flash
Pro­gram SRAM
(KB)
(B)
I/O
A
USCI3
Ch. A
USI4: UART/ Ch. B
2
Watch­
I C/
LIN/
I2C/
MPY
Temp
B dog BOR SVS SPI IrDA/SPI SPI DMA (16×16) Comp_A+ Sensor
ADC Ch/Res
Additional
Features
Packages
1-KU
Price1
F20xx
MSP430F2001
MSP430F2011
MSP430F2002
MSP430F2012
MSP430F2003
MSP430F2013
1
2
1
2
1
2
128
128
128
128
128
128
10
10
10
10
10
10
2
2
2
2
2
2
–
–
–
–
–
–












–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–




–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–


–
–
–
–
–
–




slope
slope
8 ch, ADC10
8 ch, ADC10
5 ch, SD16_A
5 ch, SD16_A
–
–
–
–
–
–
14 PW, N, 16 RSA
14 PW, N, 16 RSA
14 PW, N, 16 RSA
14 PW, N, 16 RSA
14 PW, N, 16 RSA
14 PW, N, 16 RSA
0.55
0.65
0.80
0.95
1.20
1.35
1
2
4
8
2
4
8
128
128
256
256
256
512
512
16
16
16
16
22
22
22
3
3
3
3
3, 2
3, 2
3, 2
–
–
–
–
–
–
–














–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
1
1
1
–
–
–
–
1
1
1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–







–
–
–
–



slope
slope
slope
slope
8 ch, ADC10
8 ch, ADC10
8 ch, ADC10
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
20 DGV, DW, PW, 24 RGE
20 DGV, DW, PW, 24 RGE
20 DGV, DW, PW, 24 RGE
20 DGV, DW, PW, 24 RGE
28 PW, 32 RHB
28 PW, 32 RHB
28 PW, 32 RHB
0.75
0.80
1.10
1.40
1.55
1.65
1.75
8
16
32
512
512
1024
32
32
32
3
3
3
3
3
3






–
–
–
–
–
–
1
1
1
1
1
1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–



12 ch, ADC10
12 ch, ADC10
12 ch, ADC10
–
–
–
38 DA, 40 RHA
38 DA, 40 RHA
38 DA, 40 RHA
1.95
2.20
2.50
8
16
32
512
512
1024
32
32
32
3
3
3
3
3
3






–
–
–
–
–
–
1
1
1
1
1
1
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–
–



12 ch, ADC10 (2) OPAMP
12 ch, ADC10 (2) OPAMP
12 ch, ADC10 (2) OPAMP
38 DA, 40 RHA
38 DA, 40 RHA
38 DA, 40 RHA
2.15
2.40
2.70
8
16
32
1024
2048
2048
32
32
32
3
3
3
3
3
3






–
–
–
–
–
–
1
1
1
1
1
1
–
–
–






–
–
–
slope
slope
slope
–
–
–
40 RHA
40 RHA
40 RHA, 49 YFF
1.85
2.15
2.55
8
16
1024
2048
48
48
3
3
3
3






–
–
1
1
1
1
–
–






8 ch, ADC12
8 ch, ADC12
–
–
64 PM, 64 RGC
64 PM, 64 RGC
2.40
2.90
32
48
60
56
4096
4096
2048
4096
48
48
48
48
3
3
3
3
7
7
7
7












–
–
–
–
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
–
–
–
–












8 ch, ADC12
8 ch, ADC12
8 ch, ADC12
8 ch, ADC12
–
–
–
–
64 PM, 64 RGC
64 PM, 64 RGC
64 PM, 64 RGC
64 PM, 64 RGC
4.05
4.60
4.75
4.85
32
48
60
4096
4096
2048
48
48
48
3
3
3
7
7
7









–
–
–
2
2
2
2
2
2
–
–
–






–
–
–
slope
slope
slope
–
–
–
64 PM, 64 RGC
64 PM, 64 RGC
64 PM, 64 RGC
3.70
4.25
4.40
92
92
116
120
4096
8192
8192
4096
48/64
48/64
48/64
48/64
3
3
3
3
7
7
7
7












–
–
–
–
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
–
–
–
–












8 ch, ADC12
8 ch, ADC12
8 ch, ADC12
8 ch, ADC12
–
–
–
–
64 PM, 80 PN, 113 ZQW
64 PM, 80 PN, 113 ZQW
64 PM, 80 PN, 113 ZQW
64 PM, 80 PN, 113 ZQW
5.60
6.10
6.40
6.10
92
92
116
120
4096
8192
8192
4096
48/64
48/64
48/64
48/64
3
3
3
3
7
7
7
7












–
–
–
–
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
















8 ch, ADC12
8 ch, ADC12
8 ch, ADC12
8 ch, ADC12
(2) DAC12
(2) DAC12
(2) DAC12
(2) DAC12
64 PM, 80 PN, 113 ZQW
64 PM, 80 PN, 113 ZQW
64 PM, 80 PN, 113 ZQW
64 PM, 80 PN, 113 ZQW
7.10
7.60
7.90
7.60
F21xx
MSP430F2101
MSP430F2111
MSP430F2121
MSP430F2131
MSP430F2112
MSP430F2122
MSP430F2132
F22x2
MSP430F2232
MSP430F2252
MSP430F2272
F22x4
MSP430F2234
MSP430F2254
MSP430F2274
F23x0
MSP430F2330
MSP430F2350
MSP430F2370
F23x
MSP430F233
MSP430F235
F24x/2410
MSP430F247
MSP430F248
MSP430F249
MSP430F2410
F24x1
MSP430F2471
MSP430F2481
MSP430F2491
F241x
MSP430F2416
MSP430F2417
MSP430F2418
MSP430F2419
F261x
MSP430F2616
MSP430F2617
MSP430F2618
MSP430F2619
1
Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2008 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI
before placing orders. TI may verify final pricing before accepting any order.
2
Represents number of capture/compare registers and PWM output generators per timer.
3
USCI channel 1 supports UART/LIN, IrDA and SPI; USCI channel 2 supports I2C and SPI.
4
USI supports I2C or SPI.
*See www.ti.com/msp430 for additional information.
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MSP430 Ultra Low-Power Microcontrollers
Flash/ROM-Based x4xx MCU Family Offering 1.8–3.6V Operation, Up to 120 kB Flash/ROM, 8 MIPS with FLL + SVS and Integrated LCD Controller*
16-Bit
Timers2
(C) ROM
(F) Flash
Pro­­gram SRAM
(KB) (B) I/O A
USCI
Watchdog
USART Ch. A: Ch. B
and Basic
(UART/ UART/LIN/ I2C/
LCD
MPY
Temp
B Timer BOR SVS SPI) IrDA/SPRI SPI Segments DMA (16×16) Comp_A Sensor ADC Ch/Res
Additional Features
Packages
1-KU
Price1
x41x
MSP430F412
4
256 48
3
–



–
–
–
96
–
–

–
slope
–
64 PM, RTD
2.60
MSP430C412
4
256 48
3
–



–
–
–
96
–
–

–
slope
–
64 PM, RTD
1.90
MSP430F413
8
256 48
3
–



–
–
–
96
–
–

–
slope
–
64 PM, RTD
2.95
MSP430C413
8
256 48
3
–



–
–
–
96
–
–

–
slope
–
64 PM, RTD
2.10
MSP430F415
16
512 48 3,5 –



–
–
–
96
–
–

–
slope
–
64 PM, RTD
3.40
MSP430F417
32
1024 48 3,5 –



–
–
–
96
–
–

–
slope
–
64 PM, RTD
3.90
MSP430F4132
8
512 56 3,5 –



–
1
1
144
–
–


8ch, ADC10
–
64 PM, 48 RGZ
1.90
MSP430F4152
16
512 56 3,5 –



–
1
1
144
–
–


8ch, ADC10
–
64 PM, 48 RGZ
1.70
MSP430F423A
8
256 14
3
–



1
–
–
128
–

–

(3) SD16
–
64 PM
3.55
MSP430F425A
16
512 14
3
–



1
–
–
128
–

–

(3) SD16
–
64 PM
4.05
MSP430F427A
32
1024 14
3
–



1
–
–
128
–

–

(3) SD16
–
64 PM
4.45
MSP430FW423
8
256 48 3,5 –



–
–
–
96
–
–

–
slope
Scan I/F
64 PM
3.75
MSP430FW425
16
512 48 3,5 –



–
–
–
96
–
–

–
slope
Scan I/F
64 PM
4.05
MSP430FW427
32
1024 48 3,5 –



–
–
–
96
–
–

–
slope
Scan I/F
64 PM
4.45
MSP430FE423A
8
256 14
3
–



1
–
–
128
–

–

(3) SD16
ESP430
64 PM
3.90
MSP430FE425A
16
512 14
3
–



1
–
–
128
–

–

(3) SD16
ESP430
64 PM
4.40
MSP430FE427A
MSP430FE4232
32
8
1024 14
256 14
3
3
–



1
–
–
128
–

–

(3) SD16
ESP430
64 PM
4.95
–



1
–
–
128
–

–

(2) SD16
ESP430
64 PM
3.50
MSP430FE4242
12
512 14
3
–



1
–
–
128
–

–

(2) SD16
ESP430
64 PM
3.70
MSP430F4250
MSP430F4260
16
24
256 32
256 32
3
3
–


–
–
–
–
–
–



–
–
–
–
56
56
–
–
–
–
–

5 ch, SD16_A
5 ch, SD16_A
DAC12
DAC12
48 DL, RGZ
48 DL, RGZ
3.10
3.45
MSP430F4270
32
256 32
3
–


–
–
–
–
56
–
–
–

5 ch, SD16_A
DAC12
48 DL, RGZ
3.80
MSP430FG4250
16
256 32
3
–


–
–
–
–
56
–
–
–

5 ch, SD16_A DAC12, (2) OPAMP
48 DL, RGZ
3.35
MSP430FG4260
24
256 32
3


56
–
–
–

5 ch, SD16_A DAC12, (2) OPAMP
48 DL, RGZ
3.70
256 32
3


–
–
–
32
–
–
–
MSP430FG4270
–
–
–
–
56
–
–
–

5 ch, SD16_A DAC12, (2) OPAMP
48 DL, RGZ
4.05
F41x2
F42x
FW42x
FE42xx
F42x0
FG42x0
F43x
MSP430F435
16
512 48
3
3



1
–
–
128/160
–
–


8 ch, ADC12
–
80 PN, 100 PZ
4.45
MSP430F436
24
1024 48
3
3



1
–
–
128/160
–
–


8 ch, ADC12
–
80 PN, 100 PZ
4.70
MSP430F437
32
1024 48
3
3



1
–
–
128/160
–
–


8 ch, ADC12
–
80 PN, 100 PZ
4.90
F43x1
MSP430F4351
16
512 48
3
3



1
–
–
128/160
–
–

–
slope
–
80 PN, 100 PZ
4.05
MSP430F4361
24
1024 48
3
3



1
–
–
128/160
–
–

–
slope
–
80 PN, 100 PZ
4.30
MSP430F4371
32
1024 48
3
3



1
–
–
128/160
–
–

–
slope
–
80 PN, 100 PZ
4.50
MSP430FG437
32
1024 48
3
3



1
–
–
128

–


12 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12, (3) OPAMP
80 PN
6.50
MSP430FG438
48
2048 48
3
3



1
–
–
128

–


12 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12, (3) OPAMP
80 PN
7.35
MSP430FG439
60
2048 48
3
3



1
–
–
128

–


12 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12, (3) OPAMP
80 PN
7.95
MSP430F447
32
1024 48
3
7



2
–
–
160
–



8 ch, ADC12
–
100 PZ
5.75
MSP430F448
48
2048 48
3
7



2


8 ch, ADC12
6.50
3
7



2



8 ch, ADC12
–
–
100 PZ
2048 48
–
–

60
–
–
160
MSP430F449
–
–
100 PZ
7.05
FG43x
F44x
1
160
Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI before placing orders. TI may verify final pricing before accepting any order.
2
Represents number of capture/compare registers and PWM output generators per timer.
*See www.ti.com/msp430 for additional information.
New products are listed in bold red.
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Selection Guides
Flash/ROM-Based x4xx MCU Family Offering 1.8–3.6V Operation, Up to 120 kB Flash/ROM, 8 MIPS with FLL + SVS and Integrated LCD Controller* (Continued)
16-Bit
Timers2
(C) ROM
(F) Flash
Pro­­gram SRAM
(KB) (B) I/O A
USCI
Watchdog
USART Ch. A: Ch. B
and Basic
(UART/ UART/LIN/ I2C/
LCD
MPY
Temp
B Timer BOR SVS SPI) IrDA/SPRI SPI Segments DMA (16×16) Comp_A Sensor ADC Ch/Res
Additional Features
Packages
1-KU
Price1
xG461x
MSP430FG4616
92
4096 80
3
7



1
1
1
160




12 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12, (3) OPAMP 100 PZ, 113 ZQW
9.45
MSP430FG4617
92
8192 80
3
7



1
1
1
160




12 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12, (3) OPAMP 100 PZ, 113 ZQW
9.95
MSP430FG4618
116 8192 80
3
7



1
1
1
160




12 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12, (3) OPAMP 100 PZ, 113 ZQW 10.35
MSP430FG4619
120 4096 80
3
7



1
1
1
160




12 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12, (3) OPAMP 100 PZ,113 ZQW
9.95
MSP430CG4616
92
4096 80
3
7



1
1
1
160




12 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12, (3) OPAMP
100 PZ
7.65
MSP430CG4617
92
8192 80
3
7



1
1
1
160




12 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12, (3) OPAMP
100 PZ
8.05
MSP430CG4618
116 8192 80
3
7

1
1
1
160

12 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12, (3) OPAMP
100 PZ
8.40
MSP430CG4619
120 4096 80
3
7



1
1
1
160




12 ch, ADC12 (2) DAC12, (3) OPAMP
100 PZ
8.05
MSP430F47833
48
2480 72
3
3
WDT+


–
2
2
160
–
32×32


(3) SD16_A
–
100 PZ
7.50
MSP430F47933
60
2560 72
3
3
WDT+


–
2
2
160
–
32×32


(3) SD16_A
–
100 PZ
8.05
MSP430F47843
48
2048 72
3
3
WDT+


–
2
2
160
–
32×32


(4) SD16_A
–
100 PZ
8.00
MSP430F47943
60
2560 72
3
3
WDT+


–
2
2
160
–
32×32


(4) SD16_A
–
100 PZ
8.55
MSP430F471663
92
4096 72
3
3



–
2
2
160

32×32


(6) SD16_A
RTC
100 PZ
5.75
MSP430F471763
92
8192 72
3
3



–
2
2
160

32×32


(6) SD16_A
RTC
100 PZ
5.95
MSP430F471863 116 8192 72
3
3



–
2
2
160

32×32


(6) SD16_A
RTC
100 PZ
7.45
MSP430F471963 120 4096 72
3
3



–
2
2
160

32×32


(6) SD16_A
RTC
100 PZ
7.75
MSP430F471673
92
4096 72
3
3



–
2
2
160

32×32


(7) SD16_A
RTC
100 PZ
5.90
MSP430F471773
92
8192 72
3
3



–
2
2
160

32×32


(7) SD16_A
RTC
100 PZ
6.10
MSP430F471873 116 8192 72
3
3



–
2
2
160

32×32


(7) SD16_A
RTC
100 PZ
7.60
MSP430F471973 120 4096 72
3
3



–
2
2
160

32×32


(7) SD16_A
RTC
100 PZ
7.95





F47xx
F471xx
FG47x
MSP430FG477
32
2048 48
3
3



–
1
1
128
–
–


(5) SD16_A
DAC12, (2) OPAMP
80 PN, 113 ZQW
5.50
MSP430FG478
48
2048 48
3
3



–
1
1
128
–
–


(5) SD16_A
DAC12, (2) OPAMP
80 PN, 113 ZQW
5.65
MSP430FG479
60
2048 48
3
3



–
1
1
128
–
–


(5) SD16_A
DAC12, (2) OPAMP
80 PN, 113 ZQW
6.25
MSP430F477
32
2048 48
3
3



–
1
1
128
–
–


(5) SD16_A
DAC12
80 PN, 113 ZQW
4.70
MSP430F478
48
2048 48
3
3



–
1
1
128
–
–


(5) SD16_A
DAC12
80 PN, 113 ZQW
5.20
MSP430F479
60
2048 48
3
3

–
1
1
128
–
–

(5) SD16_A
DAC12
80 PN, 113 ZQW
5.75
F47x
1



Prices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI before placing orders. TI may verify final pricing before accepting any order.
2
Represents number of capture/compare registers and PWM output generators per timer.
3
Up to 16 MIPS.
*See www.ti.com/msp430 for additional information.
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MSP430 Ultra Low-Power Microcontrollers
Flash-Based F5xx MCU Family Features Lowest Power Consumption, Up to 25 MIPS* with 1.8–3.6V Operation Starting at 12 MIPS
16-Bit
Timers2
Pro­­gram
(KB)
SRAM
(B)
I/O
MSP430F5500
8
4 + 23
31 5,3,3 7
MSP430F5501
16
4 + 23
31 5,3,3 7
MSP430F5502
24
4 + 23
31 5,3,3 7
MSP430F5503
32
4 + 23
31 5,3,3 7
MSP430F5504
8
4 + 23
31 5,3,3 7
MSP430F5505
16
4 + 23
31 5,3,3 7
MSP430F5506
24
4 + 23
31 5,3,3 7
MSP430F5507
MSP430F5508
32
16
4 + 23
4 + 23
31 5,3,3 7
47 5,3,3 7
MSP430F5509
24
4 + 23
MSP430F5510
32
MSP430F5513
MSP430F5514
MSP430F5515
(F) Flash
A2
B2
USCI
PMM
Ch. A:
Ch. B
Watchdog (BOR, SVS, UART/LIN/ I2C/
and RTC SVM, LDO) IrDA/SPI
SPI
MPY
Temp
DMA (32×32) Comp_B Sensor
ADC Ch/Res
Additional
Features
Package(s)
1-KU
Price1
F55xx

1
1
3 ch

1
1
3 ch

–
–
USB
48 RGZ
1.45

–
–
USB
48 RGZ

1
1
3 ch
1.50

–
–
USB
48 RGZ

1
1
3 ch
1.55
–
USB
48 RGZ
1.70


–
–

1
1
3 ch

8 ch ADC10A
USB
48 RGZ, 48 PT


1
1
3 ch
1.60

–

8 ch ADC10A
USB
48 RGZ
1.65


1
1
3 ch

–




1
2
1
2

8 ch ADC10A
USB
48 RGZ
1.80
3 ch
3 ch

–




8 ch ADC10A
12 ch ADC10A
USB
USB
1.90
1.75
2
3 ch



12 ch ADC10A
USB
2
2
3 ch



12 ch ADC10A
USB

2
2
3 ch


–
–
USB
48 RGZ
48 RGZ, 64 RGC,
48 PT
48 RGZ, 64 RGC,
48 PT
48 RGZ, 64 RGC,
48 PT
64 RGC, 80 ZQE
47 5,3,3 7


2
4 + 23
47 5,3,3 7


32
4 + 23
47 5,3,3 7

64
4 + 23
47 5,3,3 7


2
2
3 ch


–
–
USB
64 RGC, 80 ZQE
64
4 + 23
63 5,3,3 7
3.55


2
2
3 ch


–
–
USB
80 PN
3.65
MSP430F5517
96
6 + 23
63 5,3,3 7
MSP430F5519
128
8 + 23
63 5,3,3 7


2
2
3 ch


–
–
USB
80 PN
3.75

2
2
3 ch

–
–
USB
80 PN
MSP430F5521
32
6 + 23
63 5,3,3 7
3.90

2
2
3 ch

16 ch ADC12A
USB
80 PN
MSP430F5522
32
8 + 23
47 5,3,3 7
3.35

2
2
3 ch

12 ch ADC12A
USB
64 RGC, 80 ZQE
MSP430F5524
64
4 + 23
47 5,3,3 7
3.40

2
2
3 ch

12 ch ADC12A
USB
64 RGC, 80 ZQE
MSP430F5525
64
4 + 23
63 5,3,3 7
3.55


2
2
3 ch



16 ch ADC12A
USB
80 PN
3.70
MSP430F5526
96
6 + 23
47 5,3,3 7


2
2
3 ch


MSP430F5527
96
6 + 23
63 5,3,3 7

12 ch ADC12A
USB
64 RGC, 80 ZQE
3.80


2
2
3 ch



16 ch ADC12A
USB
80 PN
3.90
MSP430F5528
128
8 + 23
47 5,3,3 7


2
2
3 ch


128
3

12 ch ADC12A
USB
64 RGC, 80 ZQE
3.95
8+2
63 5,3,3 7


2
2
3 ch



16 ch ADC12A
USB
80 PN
4.00
MSP430F54184
128
MSP430F54194
128
16
64
5,3
7


2
2
3 ch



16 ch ADC12A 18 MIPS
16
83
5,3
7


4
4
3 ch



16 ch ADC12A 18 MIPS 100 PZ, 113 ZQW5
MSP430F54354
MSP430F54364
192
16
64
5,3
7


2
2
3 ch



16 ch ADC12A 18 MIPS
192
16
83
5,3
7


4
4
3 ch



16 ch ADC12A 18 MIPS 100 PZ, 113 ZQW5
MSP430F54374
256
16
64
5,3
7


2
2
3 ch



16 ch ADC12A 18 MIPS
MSP430F54384
256
16
83
5,3
7


4
4
3 ch



16 ch ADC12A 18 MIPS 100 PZ, 113 ZQW5
MSP430F5529




















1.85
1.95
3.25
F54xx
1
80 PN
80 PN
80 PN
3.30
3.65
3.90
4.30
4.40
4.85
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2
Represents number of capture/compare registers and PWM output generators per timer.
3
Additional SRAM available if USB is disabled.
4
Revision A with 25 MIPS available in 4Q09.
5
Available on Revision A only.
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Digital Temperature Sensors and Switches

Digital Temperature Sensors
Supply
Voltage
(V)
Device
Accuracy
–25 to +85
(˚C max)
Accuracy
–40 to +125
(˚C max)
Operating
Temperature Range
(˚C)
Quiescent
Current
(µA typ)
Resolution (Bits)
Programmable
Temp Alert
Package(s)
Price1
2
32
–55 to +125
10
12

SOT-563
0.80
2
I C/SMBus Interface
TMP102
1.4 to 3.6
TMP106
2.7 to 5.5
2
3
–55 to +127
50
9 to 12

1 mm × 1.5 mm WCSP
0.85
TMP275
2.7 to 5.5
0.53
1
–55 to +127
50
9 to 12

MSOP, SOIC
1.25
TMP175
2.7 to 5.5
1.5
2
–55 to +127
50
9 to 12

MSOP, SOIC
0.85
TMP75
2.7 to 5.5
2
–55 to +127
50
9 to 12

MSOP, SOIC
0.70
TMP100
2.7 to 5.5
2
3
–55 to +125
45
9 to 12

SOT-23
0.75
TMP122
2.7 to 5.5
1.5
2
–55 to +150
50
9 to 12

SOT-23
0.99
TMP124
2.7 to 5.5
1.5
2
–55 to +150
50
9 to 12

SOIC
0.70
2
3
–55 to +127
110
10

SOT-23, MSOP
0.65
SPI Interface
Single-Wire, SensorPath Interface
TMP141
2.7 to 5.5
Temperature Switches
Trip Points
Supply Voltage (V)
Quiescent Current
(max μA)
Trip Point Accuracy
(°C)
Specified Temperature
Range (°C)
Operating Temperature
Range (°C)
Package
Price1
50, 55, 60, 65
1.4 to 3.6
15
0.2
–40 to 125
–55 to 130
SOT563
0.30
Device
TMP302A
TMP302B
70, 75, 80, 85
1.4 to 3.6
15
0.2
–40 to 125
–55 to 130
SOT563
0.30
TMP302C
90, 95, 100, 105
1.4 to 3.6
15
0.2
–40 to 125
–55 to 130
SOT563
0.30
TMP302D
110, 115, 120, 125
1.4 to 3.6
15
0.2
–40 to 125
–55 to 130
SOT563
0.30
Remote Sensor
Accuracy
Over Temperature
Range (˚C) (max)
Local Sensor
Accuracy
Over Temperature
Range (˚C) (max)
Specified
Ambient
Temperature
Range (˚C)
Remote Sensor
Temperature
Range (°C)
Supply
Voltage (V)
IQ (µA)
(typ)
Package(s)
Price1
1
3
–40 to +125
–40 to 150
2.7 to 5.5
350
MSOP, SOIC
1.75
Remote + Local Temperature Sensors
Device
TMP411
Description
Remote and local temp sensor with
programmable non-ideality factor
TMP421
Remote and local temp sensor in SOT23-8
1
1.5
–40 to +125
–40 to 150
2.7 to 5.5
32
SOT23
0.99
TMP422
2× remote and local temp sensor in SOT23-8
1
1.5
–40 to +125
–40 to 150
2.7 to 5.5
32
SOT23
1.10
TMP423
3× remote and local temp sensor in SOT23-8
1
1.5
–40 to +125
–40 to 150
2.7 to 5.5
32
SOT23
1.20
TMP441
Remote and local temp sensor with beta
correction in SOT23-8
1
1.5
–40 to +125
–40 to 150
2.7 to 5.5
32
SOT23
1.10
TMP442
2× remote and local temp sensor with beta
correction in SOT23-8
1
1.5
–40 to +125
–40 to 150
2.7 to 5.5
32
SOT23
1.25
TMP431
Remote and local temp sensor with beta
correction and dedicated alerts
1
1
–40 to +125
–40 to 150
2.7 to 5.5
35
MSOP-8
0.99
TMP432
2× remote and local temp sensor with beta
correction and dedicated alerts
1
1
–40 to +125
–40 to 150
2.7 to 5.5
35
MSOP-10
1.10
Analog Output Temperature Sensors
Device
TMP20
Accuracy
(°C)
Specified Temperature Range
(°C)
Supply Voltage
(V)
Quiescent Current
(max μA)
Output
(mv/°C)
2.5
–55 to 130
1.8 to 5.5
4
–11.77
1
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
2
Temperature range –55°C to +125°C
3
Temperature range +10°C to +85°C
Texas Instruments 4Q 2009
Packages
Price1
SOT563, SC-70
0.30
New products are listed in bold red.
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USB and PoE Power Devices, Load Switches
USB Power Distribution Switches
Device
TPS2041B/51B
TPS2042B/52B
TPS2550/51
TPS2552/53
TPS2556/57
TPS2560/61
TPS2590
TPS2061/5
TPS2062A/6
I OS
(min) (A)
0.7
0.7 ea
0.1 to 1.1
0.75 to 1.3
0.5 to 5
0.25 to 2.5
1 to 5
1.1
1.1 ea
Number of FETs
1
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
2
rDS(on)
(mW)
70
70
85
85
24
48
28
70
70
VIN Range
(V)
2.7 to 5.5
2.7 to 5.5
2.5 to 6.5
2.5 to 6.5
2.5 to 6.5
2.5 to 6.5
3 to 20
2.7 to 5.5
2.7 to 5.5
Supply Current
(µA)
43
50
130
120
130
130
35
43
50
OC
Logic Output
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
OT
Logic Output
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
Yes
Yes
Enable
L/H
L/H
L/H
L/H
L/H
L/H
L
L/H
L/H
Predecessor
TPS2041/51/41A/51A
TPS2042/52/42A/52A
—
—
—
—
—
—
TPS2062
Price1
0.50
0.60
0.65
0.70
0.90
0.90
1.05
0.60
0.75
Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) Powered Device (PD) Controllers with Integrated DC/DC Controllers
Device
TPS23750
TPS23753A
TPS23754
TPS23756
TPS23757
TPS23770
PTB48540
Abs
Max
VIN (V)
100
100
100
100
100
100
100
Description
Integrated PD with PWM controller
PD+controller with AUX ORing
High-power PD + high-efficiency controller
High-power PD + high-efficiency controller (12-V startup)
PD + high-efficiency controller
Integrated PD with PWM controller
5-V, 10-W PoE power module
Operating
Temp
(°C)
–40 to 85
–40 to 125
–40 to 125
–40 to 125
–40 to 125
–40 to 85
–40 to 85
Full Inrush
Current
Limiting
Fixed
Fixed
Fixed
Fixed
Fixed
Fixed
Fixed
Current
Limit
(mA)
405
405
850
850
405
405
405
Second Gate
Driver for Maximum
Efficiency?
No
No
Yes
Yes
Yes
No
N/A
Package(s)
TSSOP-20 PowerPAD
TSSOP-14
TSSOP-20 PowerPAD
TSSOP-20 PowerPAD
TSSOP-20
TSSOP-20 PowerPAD
13-DIP module
Price1
1.50
1.45
1.90
1.90
1.65
1.50
18.00
Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) Powered Device (PD) Interface Front-End Controllers
Device
TPS2375
TPS2375-1
TPS2376
TPS2376-H
TPS2377
TPS2377-1
Description
Detection
Powered device controller
4
Powered device controller
4
Powered device controller
4
High-power powered device cont.
4
Powered device controller
4
Powered device controller
4
Classification
Yes, Class 0–4
Yes, Class 0–4
Yes, Class 0–4
Yes, Class 0–4
Yes, Class 0–4
Yes, Class 0–4
Abs
Max
VIN (V)
100
100
100
100
100
100
Operating
Temp
(°C)
–40 to 85
–40 to 85
–40 to 85
–40 to 85
–40 to 85
–40 to 85
Full Inrush
Current
Limiting
Programmable
Programmable
Programmable
Programmable
Programmable
Programmable
Current Auto Retry
Limit or Latch Off
DC/DC
(mA)
in Fault
UVLO
Interface
Package(s)
450
Latch Off 802.3af (30.6/39.4 V)
PG
SOIC-8, TSSOP-8
450
Auto Retry 802.3af (30.6/39.4 V)
PG
TSSOP-8
450
Latch Off
Adjustable
PG
SOIC-8, TSSOP-8
600
Auto Retry
Adjustable
PG
SOIC-8
450
Latch Off Legacy (30.5/35.0 V)
PG
SOIC-8, TSSOP-8
450
Auto Retry Legacy (30.5/35.0 V)
PG
SOIC-8
Price1
1.25
1.00
1.25
1.25
1.25
1.00
1
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
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Load Switches
Device
Input
Voltage (V)
# of
Channels
rON at 3.6V
Output Rise Time
Quick Output
Discharge
Min. Current
Limit
Max. Output
Current
Enable
Package Size
TPS22902
1.0 to 3.6
1
78 mW
40 µs
Yes
No
500 mA
Active high
CSP, 0.8 mm × 0.8 mm
TPS22921
0.9 to 3.6
1
14 mW
30 µs
No
No
2A
Active high
CSP, 0.8 mm × 1.2 mm or 0.9 mm × 1.4 mm
TPS22906
1.0 to 3.6
1
90 mW
220 µs
Yes
No
500 mA
Active high
CSP, 0.8 mm × 0.8 mm
TPS22960
1.62 to 5.5
2
435 mW
75 µs or 660 µs
Yes
No
500 mA
Active high
SOT23-8, 3 mm × 3 mm or µQFN, 1.5 mm × 1.5 mm
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PWM Controllers for Off-Line Supply
Device
Description
Green mode quasi-resonant PWM controller
Function
< 150-W flyback
100–600 W forward
< 100-W flyback
UCC3809
UCC3813
Current mode active clamp PWM controller
Fixed frequency green mode controller with adj.
minimum duty cycle
High-performance, low-cost PWM
Low-power economy BiCMOS current-mode PWM
UCC3861
Resonant mode half bridge PWM controller
UCC28610
UCC2894
UCC3581
Features
Lower system cost from Cascode design with 2× max over
current, many safety features
2-A drivers, zero voltage transition, low EMI, up to 1 MHz
1-A driver, low 1q, up to 100 kHz
Package
8 SOIC
Flyback
< 200-W flyback/
forward
> 200-W resonant
100-µA startup current and accessible 5-V regulator
1-A driver, up to 1 MHz, leading-edge blanking
8 SOIC/PDIP/TSSOP/MSOP
8 SOIC/PDIP/TSSOP
1-A driver, up to 1 MHz, true zero current switching, 1% ref.
16 SOIC/PDIP
> 80W
> 80W
> 200 W PFC
Precision multiplier/divider circuit
Superior transient response
Ripple current cancellation for lower system costs, high
efficiency with phase management
High performance meets high density with quiet operation,
with fast transient response
1.2-A driver, improved noise immunity, up to 400 kHz
8 SOIC/PDIP
8 SOIC/PDIP
16 SOIC
16 SOIC/PDIP/TSSOP
16 SOIC/TSSOP
14 SOIC
Power Factor Correction ICs
UC2853A
UCC28019
UCC28060
UCC28070
High-performance ACM PFC
Advanced 8-pin CCM PFC
Two-phase interleaved transition mode PFC
controller
Two-phase interleaved continuous current mode PFC
UCC2817A/18A Industry-standard continuous conduction mode PFC
> 600W PFC
> 100 W PFC
20-pin TSSOP
Step-Down DC/DC Converters (Integrated FETs)1
TPS5410 /
20 / 30 / 50
5.5-V to 36-V input, 1.22-V minimum, VOUT, 1/2/3/5 A Non-synchronous
Internal compensation, enable fixed 500 kHz
8 SOIC
TPS54317
3-V to 6-V input, 0.9-V minimum VOUT, 3 A
Synchronous
24 QFN
TPS54350
4.5-V to 20-V input, 0.9-V minimum VOUT, 3 A
Sync or non-sync
TPS54386
4.5-V to 28-V input, 0.8-V minimum, 3 A
Non-synchronous
TPS62110
3.1-V to 17-V input, 1.2-V minimum VOUT, 1.5 A
Synchronous
TPS62290
2.3-V to 6.0-V input, 0.6-V minimum VOUT, 1 A
Synchronous
TPS62510
1.6-V to 3.8-V input, 0.6-V minimum VOUT, 1.5 A
Synchronous
PG, enable, sync pin, adj. frequency (up to 1.6 MHz), adj.
softstart
PG, enable, sync pin, adj. frequency (to 700 kHz), 180° outof-phase, low side gate driver
Dual 600-kHz current mode DC/DC converter with softstart
and sequencing
PG, enable, sync pin, adj. frequency (to 1.4 MHz), powersave mode
Internal compensation, enable, fixed 2.25 MHz, light load
efficiency
PG, enable, sync pin, adj. freq. (to 1.5 MHz), pwr-save mode
Non-synchronous
Synchronous
Non-synchronous
TPS63700
3-V to 40-V input, 40-V maximum VOUT, 750 mA
1.8-V to 5.5-V input, 1.2-V minimum VOUT, 800 mA
5.5-V to 36-V input, 2 A, configurable as negative
VOUT
2.7-V to 5.5-V input, –15-V minimum VOUT, 360 mA
TPS40007/9
TPS40041
2.25-V to 5.5-V input, 0.7-V minimum VOUT
2.25-V to 5.5-V input, 0.7-V minimum
< 15 A synchronous
< 12 A synchronous
TPS40055
TPS40190
TPS40195
8-V to 40-V input, 0.7-V minimum VOUT
4.5-V to 15-VIN input, 0.6-V minimum VOUT
4.5-V to 28-V input, 0.9-V minimum VOUT dual
< 15 A synchronous
< 12 A synchronous
< 15 A each
synchronous
TPS40200
4.5-V to 52-V input, 0.6-V minimum VOUT
< 3 A nonsynchronous
Prog. I-limit, adj. frequency (35–500 kHz)
8 SOIC
TPS51020
4.5-V to 28-V input, 0.9-V minimum VOUT dual
< 15 A each
synchronous
180° out-of-phase, up to 500 kHz, sequencing enable,
suitable for DDR memory
30 SSOP
TPS60400
TPS64200
1.6-V to 5.5-V input, –1.6-V minimum VOUT, 60 mA
1.8-V to 5.5-V input, 1.2-V minimum VOUT
Up to 450 kHz, 60-mA peak, unregulated charge pump inverter 23 SSOT
Enable, minimum on/off time
6 SOT23
TPS75003
2.2-V to 6.5-V input, 1.2-V minimum VOUTT
UCD9111
UCD9112
UCD9240
Single-output, single-phase digital POL
Single-output, dual-phase digital POL
Quad-output, up to 8-phase digital POL
Non-synchronous
< 3 A nonsynchronous
< 3 A switchers and
300-mA LDO
Synchronous
Synchronous
Synchronous
3 channels, independent enable/softstart, Xilinx Spartan-3
FPGA
Single digital PWM, up to 1-MHz switching
Dual digital PWMs, up to 2-MHz switching for sync switch of 2 ph
8 digital PWMs, up to 2-MHz switching for sync switch of 8 ph
PCMCIA
PCMCIA
Thermal and short circuit protection, make before break switching 24 SSOP/HTSSOP
Meets ExpressCard standard
20 QFN, 20 TSSOP, 24 HTSSOP
16 HTSSOP
14 HTSSOP
16 QFN
6 SON
10 SON (package)
Step-Down/Step-Up Inverting Converters
MC34063A
TPS63000
TPS5430
Step-Down DC/DC Converters (External FETs)1
Non-synchronous
Up to 100 kHz, 1.5-A peak, buck/boost/inverting circuit
Up to 1.5 MHz, 1.2 A
Inverting buck/boost circuit shown in note SLVA257A,
enable, internal compensation, 500 kHz
Up to 1.4 MHz, 360-mA peak, inverting circuit
8 SOIC, 8 PDIP
10 SON
8 HSOIC
Adjustable soft start and current limit, fixed 300/600 kHz
Enable, 600 kHz, supports pre-bias, selectable short circuit
protection
Prog. I-limit, adj. frequency (to 1 MHz), synchronizable
Selectable current limit, 300-kHz fixed
180° out-of-phase, up to 500 kHz, sequencing enable,
suitable for DDR memory
10 MSOP
8 SON
10 SON
16 HTSSOP
10 SON
30 SSOP
20 QFN
32 QFN
32 QFN
40-, 64- and 80-pin QFN
Power Interface Products
TPS2223
TPS2231
1
Dual-slot cardbus interface switches
ExpressCard power interface switch
Software tool available at power.ti.com
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3.4-µA Iq, 24-VIN max, ceramic cap, SC-70



TPS715Axx
80
Higher power version of TPS715xx in thermally enhanced QFN



TPS769xx
100
17-µA Iq, low-cost option for <100-mA apps, SOT-23
LP2981
100
16-Vin max, fast transient response, SOT-23
TPS731xx
150
Cap-free, 1% acc, 1.7- to 5.5-V VIN, custom VOUT available, SOT-23
LP2985
150
16-Vin, low-cost option for 150-mA apps, SOT-23
TPS717xx
150
High-bandwidth PSRR, low noise, SC-70/SON
TPS780xx
150
DVS with IQ=500 nA

0.30


0.34








0.44

0.29

0.36
0.45



Price1
TPS715xx
Low Cost

Low Profile (≤1.2 mm)

High Voltage

DDR Termination
1.2-µA Iq, power good for brown-out protection, ceramic cap, SC-70
DSP and FPGA
10
OMAP™ Processor
MSP430 Processor
Reverse Leakage Protection
Portable Industrial/Consumer
TPS797xx
IOUT
(mA)
Device
WLAN
Description
Handset
RF (High PSRR + Low Noise)
Linear Regulators

0.36
0.45



0.65

TPS730xx
200
Low-cost alternative to TPS793xx, SOT-23/WCSP
TPS793xx
200
LP2985 cross, RF, ceramic cap, SOT-23/WCSP







0.23
TPS799xx
200
LP3985 cross with 40-µA Iq in TSOT-23/WCSP/SON







0.30


TPS718xx
200/200 Dual output, high PSRR ceramic cap, SON/WCSP
TPS794xx
250
RF, ceramic cap, thermally enhanced PowerPAD™ IC package MSOP-8
TPS732xx
250
Cap-free, 1% acc, 1.7- to 5.5-V VIN, custom VOUT available, SOT-23/QFN
250
35-µA Iq, power good, low-cost option for 250-mA apps, SOIC-8
TPS766xx
TPS712xx
TPS736xx

250/250 Dual-RF LDO in QFN package, ceramic cap







0.65




0.65







0.80


0.85




TPS776xx
500
Low-cost option for 500-mA apps, SOIC and PowerPAD TSSOP (PWP) package
TPS795xx
500
RF performance, ceramic cap, SOT-223
TPS747xx
500
Vbias, soft start, PG, ceramic cap, in SON
TPS725xx
1000
Low input voltage (down to 1.8 V), any cap LDO, SOT-223/TO-263/SOIC
TPS796xx
1000
RF performance, ceramic cap, SOT-223/TO-263/QFN
TPS768xx
1000
Low-cost option for 1-A apps, SOIC and PowerPAD TSSOP (PWP) package
TPS737xx
1000
Ultra-low dropout, ceramic cap, reverse protection, SON
TPS786xx
1500
RF performance, ceramic cap, SOT-223/TO-263
TPS748xx
1500
Vbias, soft start, ceramic cap, SON/QFN
TPS749xx
3000
Vbias, soft start, ceramic cap, QFN/DDPAK
TPS51200
3000
Sink/source DDR termination regulator, 10-SON UC385-x
5000
Separate Vbias allows regulation from as low as 1.7 VIN, TO-220/TO-263
0.70


Cap-free, 1% acc, 1.7- to 5.5-V VIN, custom VOUT avail., SOT-23/QFN/SOT-223
400
0.20





0.70

1.05

1.10

1.10

1.10



0.40

0.90
0.60


1.35


1.25


2.50

0.90

3.15

Plug-In Power Modules
2
Device
Input
Voltage
Description
Iout
Vout
Vout
Adjustable
Auto-Track™
Sequencing
Pola™
DC/DC Power
Modules
Price1
PTH05T210W
5V
5-V input, 30-A T2 2nd gen PTH POL with TurboTrans
30 A
0.7 to 3.6



18.00
PTH08T210W
12 V
5.5- to 14-V input, 30-A T2 2nd gen PTH POL with TurboTrans
30 A
0.7 to 3.6



18.00
PTH08T220W
5 V/12 V
4.5- to 14-V input, 16-A T2 2nd gen PTH POL with TurboTrans
16 A
0.7 to 5.5



12.60
PTH08T240W
5 V/12 V
4.5- to 14-V input, 10-A T2 2nd gen PTH POL with TurboTrans
10 A
0.7 to 5.5



10.80
PTH04T220W
3.3 V/5 V
2.2 to 2.5 V input, 16-A T2 2nd gen PTH POL with TurboTrans
16 A
0.7 to 3.6



12.60
PTH04T240W
3.3 V/5 V
2.2 to 2.5 V input, 10-A T2 2nd gen PTH POL with TurboTrans
10 A
0.7 to 3.6



10.80
1
Suggested resale price in U.S. dollars in quantities of 1,000.
2
See power.ti.com for a complete product offering.
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Complete Portable Power Solutions
Device
Application-Specific
Multi-Output
Solutions
Description
Linear Regulators (LDO)
TPS79718
10 mA, 1.2-µA micro-power LDO in SC-70
TPS71533
50 mA, 3.2-µA micro-power LDO in SC-70
TPS71701
150 mA, high-bandwidth PSRR, low noise, SC-70/SON
TPS72118
150 mA, low-noise, low-VIN LDO in SOT-23
TPS79301
200 mA, low-noise, high PSRR LDO in SOT-23 and WCSP
TPS79901
200 mA, ultra-low noise, high PSRR LDO in WCSP
TPS718xx
200-mA dual-output, high PSRR ceramic cap, SON/WCSP
TPS73601
400 mA, cap-free, reverse-leakage protection LDO in SOT-23 and QFN
TPS79501
500 mA, low-noise, high PSRR LDO in SOT-223
TPS79601
1 A, low-noise, high PSRR LDO in SOT-223
TPS51200
Sink/source DDR termination regulator, 10 SON System
Voltages
Step-Up DC/DC
Converters
Photo Flash
Capacitor Chargers
Inductorless
DC/DC Regulators
(Charge Pumps)
Photo Flash
White LED Drivers
LED Backlight
LCD Bias
Solutions
LCD Bias
Display
Battery Management
DC
Inputs
RF, Audio
and Memory
Circuitry
Linear Regulators
USB
Battery Charge
Management
Step-Down
DC/DC Converters
Lithium-Ion
Protection and
Authentication
for Batteries
LED Backlight and Camera Flash Solutions
Supervisory Circuits
(Voltage Supervisors)
TPS60250
7-channel, current-regulated white LED charge pump in QFN
TPS61041
250-mA switch boost converter, up to 28 V in SOT-23
TPS61050
2-A switch current boost converter for flashlight LEDs with I2C in CSP
TPS61060
375-mA switch, current-regulated, synchronous boost converter in QFN
and WCSP
TPS61161
2.7 to 18 Vin, 700-mA boost converter with digital dimming in 6 SON
Complete Portable Power Solutions (Continued)
TPS61150
Dual 27-V, 700-mA switch, 1.2-MHz boost converter
Device
TPS65562
Integrated photo flash charger and IGBT driver
Battery Chargers
TPS75105
Low dropout, two-bank LED driver with PWM brightness control in CSP
bq2002
NiMH/NiCd charger for current-limited power supplies
DC/DC Boost (Step-Up) Solutions
bq243xx
Charger front-end protection IC with 30 V max VIN
TPS61020
1.5-A switch boost converter in QFN
bq24100
1- to 3-cell Li-ion fully integrated switch-mode charger in QFN
TPS61030
4-A switch boost converter in QFN
bq24020
1-cell Li-ion fully integrated charger for AC/DC adapter and USB in QFN
TPS61070
600-mA switch boost converter in thin SOT-23 for 1- and 2-cell alkaline
applications
bq24030
1-cell Li-ion charger for AC/DC adapter and USB with dynamic power path
management in QFN
TPS61170
38-V, 1.2-A switch, 1.2-MHz boost converter
bq25010
Single-chip Li-ion charger with adjustable DC/DC converter in QFN
TPS63000
96% efficient, 1.2-A buck/boost converter with 1.8 to 5.5-VIN
bq24060
Linear 1-cell Li-ion charger with thermal regulation
OLED and Display Power Supply (Small to Medium Screen)
TPS61045
375-mA switch boost converter, up to 28 V in QFN
TPS65120
4-channel small form-factor TFT display power supply in QFN
TPS65130
2-channel, positive/negative power supply for OLED displays in QFN
TPS61081
28 V, 500-mA switch, 1.2-MHz boost converter
Supply Voltage Supervisors (Quick-Reference Card)
Battery
Fuel Gauges
I2C
Rechargeable
Battery
Reset
DSP
C
Description
Battery Fuel Gauges
BQ27500
System-side Impedance Track™ integrated circuits fuel gauge
bq26220
1- to 2-cell Li-ion battery monitor with HDQ interface
bq27000
1- to 2-cell Li-ion battery fuel gauge with HDQ in QFN and WCSP
bq27200
1- to 2-cell Li-ion battery fuel gauge with I2C in QFN and WCSP
Battery Authentication and Protection
bq26150
CRC-based battery authentication IC
TPS3836E18
250-nA, supply voltage supervisor in SOT-23
Single DC/DC Buck (Step-Down) Solutions
TPS3808G01
2.4-µA, programmable delay supply voltage supervisor in SOT-23
TPS62020
TPS3801-01
9-µA, ultra-small supply voltage supervisor in SC-70
600-mA step-down converter, synchronous, high efficiency and small
package, 3×3 QFN
TPS3110E12
1.2-µA, dual-supply voltage supervisor in SOT-23
TPS62040
TPS3806I33
3-µA, dual-supply voltage supervisor in SOT-23
1.2-A, 1.25-MHz step-down converter with 18-µA quiescent current in QFN10
TPS3860x0
Quad supply voltage supervisors with programmable delay and watchdog
timer in small QFN package
Multi-Channel Power Management ICs (PMIC)
TPS62110
1.5-A, 17-V VIN step-down converter in QFN
TPS62220
400-mA step-down converter, synchronous, high efficiency and small
package
TPS62260
600-mA, 2.25-MHz step-down converter in 2×2 mm SON/TSOT-23 package
TPS62300
500-mA, 3-MHz high-accuracy step-down converter with 1-µH inductor in
WCSP and QFN
TPS65820
Li-ion charger, 2 DC/DC step-down converters with LED driver, 7 LDO, I2C
interface, A/D
TPS65010
Li-ion charger, 1.2-A and 400-mA step-down converter, 2 LDO with I2C
TPS62350
800-mA, 3-MHz buck converter with I2C interface in chip-scale package
TPS65023
6-channel PMU with 3 DC/DCs, 3 LDOs, I2C interface and DVS, optimized
for OMAP35x and DaVinci™ processors
TPS62355
1-A, 3-MHz buck converter with I2C for dynamic voltage scaling in WCSP
and QFN
TPS65052
6-channel PMU with 2 DC/DCs, 4 LDOs with very high PSRR
TPS62400
Dual, adjustable, 400-mA and 600-mA, 2.25-MHz step-down converter
TPS65053
5-channel PMU with 2 DC/DCs and 3 LDOs
TPS64200
3-A controller in SOT-23, non-synchronous, small package, low VIN, low VOUT
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DaVinci™ Technology Support
DaVinci Technology Overview
DaVinci technology is a signal processing-based solution tailored for digital video ­applications that provides video equipment
manufacturers with integrated processors, software, tools and support to simplify the design process and accelerate innovation.
The portfolio of DaVinci digital video processors consists of scalable, programmable signal processing system-on-chips
(SoCs), accelerators and peripherals optimized to match the price, performance and feature re­quirements for a broad
spectrum of video end equipment.
DaVinci technology webcasts
View the archive of TI on-demand
DaVinci webcasts to learn how to
accelerate and simplify your video
system design. Designed for 24/7
access, these webcasts typically last
one hour.
Visit www.ti.com/davinciwebcasts.
DaVinci video casts: Engineering in front
of the camera
Whether you have two minutes or two
hours, a variety of DaVinci technology
videos are available for on-demand
viewing. These short videos provide
engineers the technical meat on the
TMS320DM355 and TMS320DM6467
DaVinci processor products, tools and
software. Check out the line-up at www.ti.com/dm355videocasts or
www.ti.com/dm6467videocasts.
DaVinci technology training
Get hands-on experience on DaVinci
technology through online training,
one-day and multi-day workshops. Check www.ti.com/davincitraining for
the next workshop near you, as well as
24/7 online training and webcasts.
Video and Vision Guide
• Introduction to DaVinci Technology
Online Training – www.ti.com/davinciolt.
• DM6467 DaVinci Processor for HD
Transcoding – www.ti.com/dm6467olt.
• DaVinci Technical Seminar – www.ti.com/davinciseminar.
• TMS320DM6437 One-Day Workshop –
www.ti.com/dm6437odw.
• TMS320DM644x Multi-Day Workshop –
www.ti.com/dm644xmdw.
DaVinci white papers and articles
Download the variety of DaVinci
white papers and articles to see
the possibilities for designing and
developing digital video and audio end
equipment devices and applications
using DaVinci technology. Visit www.ti.com/davinciwhitepaper.
DaVinci technology FAQs
Have questions about DaVinci
technology? Browse the DaVinci
questions and answers to find out
everything you need to know about
DaVinci processors, development
tools, applications frameworks, training
and support at www.ti.com/davincifaq.
Delve into digital video with Video360
podcasts
The Video360 podcasts feature
industry news, technology updates
and practical tips regarding the latest
innovations in digital video. Check out
the archive at www.ti.com/davincipodcast.
Additional web links and community
resources
• gstreamer.ti.com – Here engineers
can find open source files related
to DaVinci and join the DaVinci
Linux Open Source mailing list for
discussions.
• www.ti.com/davinciwikidsg – The
Embedded Processors Wiki provides
a collaborative environment for
digital media engineers using Texas
Instruments processors to share
technical tips and open source code. The Wiki is designed to get you
to market faster by shortening the
design knowledge ramp, assist other
developers innovate and foster a
growth of technology knowledge on
hardware and software.
• www.ti.com/dspdesignsupport –
DSP Design Support provides quick
access to all technical documentation,
tools and software details – all from
one page.
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OMAP™ Development Tools
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OMAP Platform
OMAP processors turn everyday products into new ways to work, socialize and entertain
Targeting applications such as
portable navigation devices, Internet
appliances, portable media players
and personal medical equipment,
TI’s OMAP platform offers six distinct
single-chip processors with a variety
of combinations of the ARM9™
or Cortex™-A8 core, multimedia
rich peripherals, POWERVR SGX™
graphics accelerator and DaVinci™
technology for video applications.
OMAP35x processors: Laptop-like performance at handheld power levels
The OMAP35x applications processors
are pin-for-pin compatible to make
it easy for OEMs to efficiently create
a complete product portfolio based
on the single platform. Supporting
development, TI offers a modular
and extensible OMAP35x Evaluation
Module (EVM). This EVM includes
a complementary, integrated power
management and analog solution
specifically for OMAP.
• O
MAP35x Evaluation Module (EVM)
available today
• Hardware:
– OMAP35x processor
– 128-MB LPDDR
– 128-MB NAND Flash
– Touch-screen LCD display with
landscape/portrait modes
– Expansion connector provides
flexible interface capability
• Emulator support: TI XDS560™
• Software
• OMAP35x Linux BSP:
– Peripheral drivers
– U-boot for boot loading
– Busybox-based root file system
• Open source development tools
• Reference schematics
• Connectivity
• Daughter card connectivity
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• E
thernet, USB 2.0, SDIO, I2C, JTAG,
keypad
• SD/MMC and DDR
• S-Video output via NTSC/PAL and
YPbPr/RGB
The Windows® Embedded CE BSP
is available for download from TI and
open source software is also available
for the OMAP platform.
Developer network support
Additional applications expertise and
support is available from members of
the OMAP Developer Network to help
customers take their designs from
concept to production as quickly as
possible.
Online training
Get an inside technical look at the new
OMAP35x processor hardware and
software. Gain an internal perspective
of the possibilities suited for this
uniquely compelling generation of
OMAP processors.
For more information on OMAP35x
applications processors, visit
www.ti.com/omap35x.
OMAP-L1x applications processors:
Connectivity, portability and generalpurpose processing made easy
Enabling developers to integrate
feature-rich GUIs into their portable
designs, the OMAPL1x generation
of applications processors includes
a variety of scalable ARM9 and
ARM9-plus-DSP architectures. With pricing starting under U.S. $7
in 1-KU quantities and pin-for-pin
compatibility with select devices in
the TMS320C674x DSP generation,
designers are easily able to choose the
right processor to fit their application
needs.
Combining industry-leading, cuttingedge 65-nm process technology with
low-leakage transistor technology,
OMAP-L1x processors offer high
performance and scalability with power
consumption as low as 7 mW in deep
sleep mode. Designers also have the
ability to manipulate the individual
peripherals to further optimize power
consumption.
Chip-level integration includes, but is
not limited to:
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
•
10/100 EMAC
USB 1.1 Host/2.0 Host/Device/OTG
MMC/SD controllers
Universal parallel port (uPP) for
interfacing with FPGAs, high-speed
data converters
Universal Host Port Interface (UHPI)
for interfacing with other processors
LCD controller
Serial ATA interface (OMAP-L1x8 only)
448-KB on-chip memory
Video port interface (OMAP-L1x8 only)
Get started quickly
To get started quickly, designers
can purchase OMAP-L1x evaluation
modules. Development kits vary in
price and capability depending on the
customer needs. Most include builtin emulation and Code Composer
Studio™ Integrated Development
Environment support. All kits contain
Linux board-support packages, Codec
Engine, DSP/BIOS™ kernel and device
driver and the associated debugging
environment. For more information on
OMAP-L1x processors, visit www.ti.com/omapl1x.
OMAP-L1x videos
Learn more about both the hardware
and software that supports this
platform here:
www.ti.com/omapl1x_comm.
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Digital Signal Processing Development Tools
Video and Imaging Hardware and Software Development Tools
Part Number
Price1
TMDSDMK642 (U.S. part number)
TMDSDMK642-0E (European part number)
6,495
TMS320DM644x Digital Video Evaluation Module (DVEVM)
TMDSEVM6446
2,495
OMAP35x Evaluation Module
TMDSEVM3503
1,499
OMAP-L138 Evaluation Module
TMDXOSKL138BET
849
OMAP-L137/TMS320C6747 Floating-Point Starter Kit
TMDXOSKL137BET
395
TMS320DM642 Evaluation Module (EVM)
TMDSEVM642
TMS320DM6437 Digital Video Development Platform (DVDP)
TMDSVDP6437
TMS320DM648 Digital Video Development Platform (DVDP)
TMDSDVP648
1,295
TMS320DM355 Digital Video Evaluation Module (DVEVM)
TMDXEVM355
495
TMS320DM365 Digital Video Evaluation Module (DVEVM)
TMDXEVM365
595
TMS320DM6467 Digital Video Evaluation Module (DVEVM)
TMDSEVM6467
1,995
Spectrum Digital XDS510PP-Plus Emulator
TMDSEMUPP (U.S. part number)
1,095
Spectrum Digital XDS510PP-Plus Emulator with European Cords
TMDSEMUPP-0E (European part number)
1,095
Spectrum Digital XDS510™ USB Scan-Based Emulator PCB
TMDSEMUUSB
1,495
Blackhawk XDS560™ JTAG PCI Scan-Based Emulator PCB
TMDSEMU560PCI
2,995
Blackhawk XDS560 USB High-Performance JTAG Scan-Based Emulator PCB
TMDSEMU560U
2,999
XDS560 USB Trace Emulator2
TMDSEMU560T
9,995
Description
Hardware Development Tools
TMS320DM642 Digital Media Development Kit (DM642 DMDK)
Evaluation Modules (EVMs)
1,995
495
JTAG Emulators
Software Development Tools
VICP Signal Processing Library (DM6446, DM6441, DM647 and DM648 processors)
SPRC831
Code Composer Studio IDE Platinum v4 Development Tools Bundled with Annual Software Subscription
Supports C6000™, C5000™ and C2000™ DSPs and DaVinci™ and OMAP™ processor platforms
See eStore at www.ti.com/estore
C6000, C5000, C2000 DSPs and DaVinci and OMAP processor Code Composer Studio IDE Development Tools Annual
Software Subscription for Version 3.10 and Higher
TMDSSUBALL
600
Code Composer Studio IDE Free Evaluation Tools
Includes C6000 DSP and DaVinci platform Code Composer Studio IDE 120-Day Free Evaluation Tools3
SPRC119 (www.ti.com/freetools)
Free
Video Analytics & Vision Library (VLIB)
www.ti.com/vlib
Free
TMS320C64x™ DSP Image Library
SPRC093
Free
TMS320C64x™ DSP Image Library
SPRC094
Free
Free
See eStore
1
P rices are quoted in U.S. dollars and represent year 2009 suggested resale pricing. All prices are subject to change. Customers are New tools are listed in bold red.
advised to obtain the most current and complete pricing information from TI before placing orders. TI may verify final pricing before accepting any order.
2
The XDS560 Trace is designed for use with trace-enabled digital signal processors. Currently the following processors are fully supported by trace: TMS320DM648, TMS320DM647, TMS320DM643,
TMS320DM642, TMS320DM641 and TMS320DM640 processors.
3
Includes full-featured Code Composer Studio IDE development tools, code generation tools (C/C++ compiler/assembler/linker) and simulator all limited to 120 days.
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Video and Imaging Development Solutions
For more information on TI’s video and imaging solutions, go to www.ti.com/videoevms.
TMS320DM365 Digital Video Evaluation Module (DM365
DVEVM) – The TMS320DM365 Digital Video Evaluation
Module (DVEVM) includes both hardware and software
enabling developers to start immediate evaluation of
the DM365 processor and begin building digital video
applications such as IP security cameras, digital photo
frames, digital signage, video doorbells and portable digital
video products that have yet to be invented.
DVEVMs come complete with a demo version of MontaVista
Linux Pro 5.0, drivers, evaluation codecs and an evaluation
board. Registered DVEVM users may download TI’s HD
H.264, MPEG-4, JPEG, MP3 and G.711 production codecs
free of charge from the DaVinci software updates site.
TMS320DM365 Digital Video Evaluation Module
The DVEVM allows developers to write production-ready
application code for the ARM® and provides access to
the HMJCP coprocessor core using DaVinci APIs to begin
immediate application development for DM365 digital
video processors. The Digital Video Software Production
Bundle (DVSPB) MontaVista Linux companion product is
recommended for production.
TMS320DM6467 Digital Video Evaluation Module (DM6467
DVEVM) – The TMS320DM6467 DVEVM includes both
hardware and software enabling developers to start
immediate evaluation of the DM6467 processor. DVEVMs
come complete with a demo version of MontaVista
Linux Pro 4.0, drivers, Codec Engine, evaluation codecs
and an evaluation board. The DVEVM can be used for
the development of digital video applications such as
surveillance digital video servers/recorders, media gateways,
multi-point control units digital media adapters, set-top
boxes and many other high-definition video applications.
For more information, contact your authorized TI distributor
or visit www.ti.com/dm365dvevmdsg.
The DM6467 DVEVM allows developers to write productionready application code for the ARM® and provides access
to the TMS320C64x+™ DSP and HD-Video/Imaging
Coprocessor core using DaVinci APIs to begin immediate
application development for the DM6467 digital video
processor.
The Digital Video Software Production Bundle (DVSPB)
MontaVista Linux companion product is recommended for
production.
For more information, contact your authorized TI distributor
or visit www.ti.com/dm6467dvevmdsg.
TMS320DM6467 Digital Video Evaluation Module
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TMS320DM355 Digital Video Evaluation Module (DM355
DVEVM) – The TMS320DM355 Digital Video Evaluation
Module (DVEVM) includes both hardware and software
enabling developers to start immediate evaluation of the
DM355 processor. DVEVMs come complete with a demo
version of MontaVista Linux Pro 4.0, drivers, Codec Engine,
evaluation codecs and an evaluation board. Registered
DVEVM users may download TI’s JPEG and HD MPEG-4 SP
production codecs and G.711 codec free of charge from the
DaVinci™ software updates site. The DVEVM can be used
for the development of digital video applications such as
IP security cameras, digital photo frames, digital cameras,
video doorbells, portable medical and portable digital video
products that have yet to be invented.
The DVEVM allows developers to write production-ready
application code for the ARM® and provides access to the
MPEG/JPEG coprocessor core using DaVinci APIs to begin
immediate application development for DM355 digital video
processors.
The Digital Video Software Production Bundle (DVSPB)
MontaVista Linux companion product is recommended for
production.
TMS320DM355 Digital Video Evaluation Module
For more information, contact your authorized TI distributor
or visit www.ti.com/dm355dvevmdsg.
TMS320DM6437 Digital Video Development Platform
(DVDP) – Rapidly accelerate the development time of your
low-cost digital video application with the new DaVinci
TMS320DM6437 digital video development platform.
Available today for U.S. $495, the DVDP includes both
hardware and software and enables immediate evaluation
of DM6437 digital video processors. For more information
about the DM6437 DVDP, see www.ti.com/dvdp.
TMS320DM6437 Digital Video Development Platform (DVDP)
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TMS320DM6446 Digital Video Evaluation Module (DVEVM) –
The DM6446 DVEVM enables developers to start immediate
evaluation of DaVinci processors and begin building digital
video applications such as video phones, automotive
infotainment, digital still cameras, streaming media, IP settop boxes, video security systems and digital video products
that have yet to be invented. The DM6446 DVEVM allows
developers to write ­production-ready application code
for the ARM® and provides access to the DSP core using
DaVinci technology-based APIs. For more information about
the DM6446 DVEVM, see www.ti.com/dvevm, or test the
DM6446 DVEVM for free at www.ti.com/dvevmvirtualab.
TMS320DM6446 Digital Video Evaluation Module
DaVinci™ Technology-Based TMS320DM648 Digital Video
Development Platform (DVDP) – The DM648 DVDP simplifies
development of digital video applications. It provides
developers with a comprehensive hardware and software
platform that can be used throughout the entire design
process to accelerate the development of a wide range
of applications such as multi-channel video security and
infrastructure applications, including digital video recorders
(DVRs), IP video servers, machine vision systems and highperformance imaging applications. For additional information
about the DM648 DVDP, see www.ti.com/dm648dvdp.
TMS320DM648 Digital Video Development Platform (DVDP)
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Digital Signal Processing Development Tools
OMAP35x Evaluation Module (EVM) – Developed with
Mistral Solutions, the OMAP35x evaluation module (EVM)
enables developers to start immediate evaluation of OMAP
processors and begin building low-power applications such
as digital TVs, navigation devices, games, data terminals,
point of sale/service devices, software-defined radio,
medical devices, media controllers and numerous other
low-power, high-performance products that have yet to be
invented. For more information, see www.ti.com/omap35x.
OMAP35x Evaluation Module
OMAP-L138 Evaluation Module (EVM) – Begin development
on your industrial, communications, medical diagnostics and
audio applications with the OMAP-L138/C6748 evaluation
module. Developed in conjunction with Logic Product
Development, the EVM consists of an OMAP-L138 systemon-module (SOM), C6748 SOM, 128-MB mDDR, open
source Linux, DSP/BIOS™ kernel drivers and full support for
connectivity peripherals. The EVM supports development
on four processors, including the TMS320C6742,
TMS320C6746, TMS320C6748 DSPs and OMAP-L138
applications processor, which offer unmatched connectivity
options and fixed- and floating-point capabilities that are
also the industry’s lowest power floating-point DSPs. For
more information, contact your authorized TI distributor or
visit www.ti.com/omap-l138evm.
OMAP-L138 Evaluation Module
OMAP-L137/TMS320C6747 Floating-Point Starter Kit –
The OMAP-L137/TMS320C6747 Floating-Point Starter
Kit, developed jointly with Spectrum Digital Inc., is a
low-cost development platform designed to speed the
development of high-precision applications based on TI’s
OMAP-L13x applications processors and TMS320C674x
fixed-/floating-point DSPs (TMS320C6747, TMS320C6745
and TMS320C6743). The kit uses USB communications
for true plug-and-play functionality. Both experienced
and novice designers can get started immediately with
innovative product designs by utilizing the starter kit’s fullfeatured Code Composer Studio™ integrated development
environment (IDE) and eXpressDSP™ software which
includes the DSP/BIOS kernel. This kit also includes a demo
version of MontaVista Linux Pro 5.0 tool chain.
For more information, contact your authorized TI distributor
or visit www.ti.com/omap-l137kit.
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DLP® Pico™ Projector Development Kit – The DLP Pico
Projector Development Kit is a new and affordable way of
enabling developers to integrate digital projection into their own
innovative applications. The kit utilizes the DLP 0.17-inch HVGA
chipset in the projection device with a light engine containing
three solid-state color LEDs as a low-power light source. The kit
also includes a power supply and a video cable that supports
a DVI-D signal as well as I2C commands. Furthermore, the
development kit can interface to evaluation modules, such as
the BeagleBoard, to offer users more flexibility and expedite
development. The DLP Pico Projector Development Kit is a fully
integrated projection solution that enables a vast array of new
and portable industrial, medical and consumer products.
For more information, visit www.dlpdiscovery.com.
DLP® Pico™ Projector Development Kit, DLP1PICOKIT
DLP® Discovery™ Developer Kit – The DLP® Discovery
Developer Kit is designed to enable non-traditional display
and non-display applications of Texas Instruments’ DLP chip –
the same technology used in DLP HDTVs and projectors. The DLP Discovery products contain an optical semicon­duc­
tor module that allows developers to manipulate light for
high-performance and high-resolution application develop­
ment. When a DLP Discovery platform is integrated with a
light source and optics, it creates binary light patterns with
speed, precision and efficiency far surpassing other spatial
light modulators. Unlike TI DLP chip controllers optimized for
pro­jection display, these platforms support a wide variety of
DLP product applications by delivering maximum flexibility in
formatting and sequencing data light patterns.
For more information, contact TI at 1-888-DLP-BYTI, or see
www.dlpdiscovery.com.
DLP® Discovery Developer Kit, DLPD4X00KIT
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eXpressDSP™ Software and Development Tools
eXpressDSP Software and Development Tools
Complete, Real-Time Software and Development Tools for TI Processors
TI’s real-time eXpressDSP Software and Development Tools portfolio includes tightly knit ingredients that will empower
developers to tap the full potential of TI’s TMS320™ DSPs, DaVinci™ and OMAP™ processors. Each element is designed to
simplify programming and move development from a custom-crafted approach to a new paradigm of interoperable software
from multiple vendors supported by a worldwide infrastructure. There has been an explosive growth in real-time applications
demanding the real-time processing power of TI digital signal processing. eXpressDSP tools enable innovators and inventors
to speed new products to market and turn ideas into reality. For more information, visit www.ti.com/expressdsp.
Standardization and software reuse
move development to a new level
• Standards enabled for modular,
reusable multi-function applications
• Developers of all experience levels
• Integrate your own software
• Catalog of interoperable software
• Focus on adding value/differentiation
• Designed to cut development time
by up to 50 percent and increase the
modularity
Tools and standards to simplify application development, reduce system cost,
enhance product robustness and innovation and accelerate time to market
• Powerful, integrated development
environment (IDE) (Code Composer
Studio™ IDE)
• Scalable real-time kernel (DSP/BIOS™
kernel)
• eXpressDSP-compliant algorithms
(written to the eXpressDSP Algorithm
Interface Standard)
• Reusable modular software and
support from TI’s DSP Developer
Network
• Available on TMS320C6000™
and TMS320C5000™ DSPs,
TMS320C2000™ digital signal
controllers, OMAP application
processors and digital video
processors with DaVinci technology
• Advanced data visualization and realtime analysis
• Powerful code-generation tools
What are eXpressDSP Software and
Development Tools?
TI’s real-time eXpressDSP Software
and Development Tools provide a
complete and open digital signal
processing software environment to
simplify and streamline the product
development process. It provides
access to a large number of reusable
software components, host tooling
and target-side content to reduce
development time.
SoC (ARM® + DSP)
eXpressDSP™
Development Tools
Code Composer Studio
and Developer Network
IDEs
eXpressDSP Software
Code Composer
Studio™ IDE
Editor
ThirdParty
IDEs
Compiler Profiler
Debugger
Simulator
eXpressDSP Software
Data Visualization Tools
• SoC Analyzer
Host Computer
DSP
Codec Engine
Codec Engine Server
eXpressDSP
Digital Media Software
eXpressDSP
Digital Media Software
Operating Systems
DSP/BIOS™ Kernel; NDK*
DSP/BIOS
Link
eXpressDSP
Digital Media Software
Device Drivers
•
•
•
•
•
Target Board
Emulator
Operating Systems
• DSP/BIOS Kernel
– DSP/BIOS Link
• Network Developer’s
Kit (NDK)
• MontaVista Linux
• VirtualLogix Linux
• Windows CE
• Framework Components
• Codec Engine
• xDAIS and xDM
Customer Application
Framework
Hardware Drivers
eXpressDSP
Data Visualization
Emulators / Analyzers
• XDS560™ Emulator
• XDS560 Trace
Multimedia Framework
Products
ARM
Device Drivers
Video Codecs
Imaging Codecs
Speech / Voice Codecs
Audio Codecs
Other Algorithms
Development Kits and Boards
• Starter Kits
• Development Boards / EVMs
• Development Platforms
• Daughtercards
*NDK only applicable to DSP-centric design
eXpressDSP
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Design Answers at Your Fingertips
Obtain additional information on training, technical documentation and more at www.ti.com/dspsupportdsg.
TI Embedded Processing Support
Get to market easily and quickly by leveraging TI support. Customers can access fast and accurate support for their embedded appli­ca­
tions. From getting started to technical documentation and much more, TI offers expanded technical support for DSP and MCU design and
development 24/7.
• T
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complete and easy-to-use data
sheets, user’s guides and application
reports for all TI embedded processors
and corresponding software
development tools.
www.ti.com/techdocsdsg.
Publications
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• M
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power MSP430 MCUs and highperformance TMS320C2000™ real-time
controllers, to Stellaris® 32-bit ARM®
Cortex™-M3 MCUs, TI offers designers
the broadest range of embedded control
solutions, and provides you the latest MCU
news updates via the MCU NewsFlash,
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customized weekly e-Newsletter and
choose the topics and stories that you
want to read. Learn about the latest
technology in audio, communications,
security, systems, telecom, video/
imaging and much more.
www.ti.com/myti.
Community/Online support
• T
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solve design problems via forums,
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find and share development tools in
community groups or network as you
might in your favorite social networking
site. You can also log-in to find/follow
friends, add favorites, comment, rate,
change your avatar and/or receive
updates via your personal feed. All while
gaining valuable knowledge for your
current or next design.
e2e.ti.com.
TI Product Information Center (PIC)
Worldwide technical support staff are
available to answer questions and
troubleshoot problems. Contact the PIC
by e-mail or directly by phone. See the
worldwide contact information on the
back cover for the e-mail and phone
number appropriate to your area.
www.ti.com/designsupport.
DSP Support
• Embedded Processors Wiki – The
Embedded Processors Wiki provides a
collaborative environment for digital
media engineers using Texas Instruments
processors to share technical tips and
open source code. The Wiki is designed
to get you to market faster by shortening
the design knowledge ramp, assist other
developers innovate and foster a growth
of technology knowledge on hardware
and software. www.ti.com/davinciwikidsg.
Getting started with TI DSP
• O
pen Source Software – TI sees
open source as a means to drive
innovation, ultimately enabling our
customers to create market-leading
devices that push the envelope with
performance and advanced capabilities. TI participates in a number of open
source industry initiatives such as the
Open Handset Alliance, ARM®’s
Mobile Linux Initiative, The Linux
Foundation, GStreamer, Eclipse and
Helix, among others. This site will
serve to foster collaboration between
TI and the open source community
and provides a list of ongoing open
source projects we support. opensource.ti.com.
Microcontroller selection tool
TI’s web-based “Getting Started” DSP
support tool helps engineers get their
designs from inspiration to
implementation quickly and easily. Designers choosing to use TI DSPs in
their real-time applications get easy-toaccess introductory DSP content, thus
decreasing the learning curve and
speeding products to market.
www.ti.com/gettingstarteddsg.
Microcontroller Support
From memory size and type to number
of pins and integrated peripherals,
find the MCU that best fits your needs
and configure results based on analog
integration, standby or active current. www.ti.com/mcutool.
MCU development tools
Learn more about the great selection of
easy-to-use MCU development tools that
add functionality and speed your design
cycle. www.ti.com/msp430tools and
www.ti.com/controlstick.
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Internet
TI Semiconductor Product Information Center Home Page
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TI Semiconductor KnowledgeBase Home Page
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Fax
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