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Chip Filters And Processes Digital Video

All of the filtering and processing circuits needed between a digital video output and a monitor, LCD, or other type of display is said to be built into what is claimed to be the industry's first integrated driver chip for digital video. Integrating four video filters, five video amplifiers, five multiplexers, a sync stripper and dc restoration clamp all onto one 24-pin SOIC that reportedly replaces four ICs and 35 discrete components, ML6427 chip is used to filter and process digital video after it has been converted to analog by a D/A converter. Designed to improve the quality of images coming from PCs, DVD players, set-top boxes, and game boxes, the chip accepts and outputs standard video formats, including composite video, S-Video and RGB, and is well-suited for use as a driver for existing PC connectors, as well as for EVC and European SCART connectors.

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