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Connect to a multi-standard source using DisplayPort

The VESA-approved digital display interface, DisplayPort, is a state-of-the-art digital audio/video interconnect intended to be used primarily between a computer and its display monitor or a home-theater system. NXP's simple interfacing solution with embedded ESD protection allows you to connect a multi-standard source using a DisplayPort connector directly to a DVI or HDMI interface.

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ROM-based low-power DisplayPort to VGA adapter

Key features and benefits

  • High-speed
  • Low BOM cost and minimum use of external components
  • DP-VGA solution with Flash over AUX field programmability
  • High level of integration
  • Low-power
  • Production ready reference designs
  • Space efficient green packaging
  • Industry compliant solutions for motherboards and dongles
  • Robust designs minimize need for external ESD protection
  • High volume, integrated supply chain

Key applications

  • Deep color DP-HDMI dongles
  • Motherboard voltage conversion
  • DP-VGA signal conversion
  • DP-LVDS signal conversion
  • High-speed multiplexing / demultiplexing for DP v1.1a & DP v1.2

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Descriptive summary

NXP has been at the forefront of DisplayPort technology enabling standardization and industry adoption, delivering a broad category of innovative and compliant products – muxes/switches, level shifter and protocol converters.

DisplayPort Multiplexers / demultiplexers

To support high-speed motherboard CPU/GPU/chipset routing schemes, these devices provide configurable routing of high-speed differential and/or sideband signals to DisplayPort or DisplayPort and PCIe connectors. They use high-bandwidth, 2:1 multiplexing or 1:2 de-multiplexing topology to preserve signal integrity. They support creation of innovative use cases at the platform level, including an IC that supports bidirectional video via one DisplayPort connector while providing a configurable equalizer for channel loss compensation.

DisplayPort-to-DVI/HDMI level shifters

To support next generation platform architectures aligned to DP technology adoption; these devices provide electrical-level translation from DisplayPort signals to current-mode outputs required to drive DVI/HDMI interfaces towards displays.

DisplayPort-to-VGA & DisplayPort-to-LVDS adapters

To enable CPU/GPU platform migration out of legacy interfaces, NXP offers protocol converter products (PTN3392 DP-VGA adapter, PTN3460 DP-LVDS adapter) that help bridge mismatch in DisplayPort technology adoption rates by different ecosystem players.


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