Electronic Components Datasheet Search
LMH0344SQE Datasheet(PDF) 7 Page - Texas Instruments
TI [Texas Instruments]
LMH0344SQE Datasheet(HTML) 7 Page - Texas Instruments
/ 15 page
SNLS233L – APRIL 2007 – REVISED APRIL 2013
The Equalizer Filter block is a multi-stage adaptive filter. If Bypass is high, the equalizer filter is disabled.
The DC Restoration / Level Control block receives the differential signals from the equalizer filter block. This
block incorporates a self-biasing DC restoration circuit to fully DC restore the signals. If Bypass is high, this
function is disabled.
The signals before and after the DC Restoration / Level Control block are used to generate the Automatic
Equalization Control (AEC) signal. This control signal sets the gain and bandwidth of the equalizer filter. The
loop response in the AEC block is controlled by an external 1µF capacitor placed across the AEC+ and AEC-
The Carrier Detect / Mute block generates the carrier detect signal and controls the mute function of the output.
This block utilizes the CD and MUTE signals along with Mute Reference (MUTE
The Output Driver produces SDO and SDO.
MUTE REFERENCE (MUTE
The mute reference sets the threshold for CD and (with CD tied to MUTE) determines the amount of cable to
equalize before automatically muting the outputs. This is set by applying a voltage inversely proportional to the
length of cable to equalize. The applied voltage must be greater than the MUTE
floating voltage (typically
1.3V) in order to change the CD threshold. As the applied MUTE
voltage is increased, the amount of cable
that can be equalized before carrier detect is de-asserted and the outputs are muted is decreased. MUTE
may be left unconnected or connected to ground for maximum equalization before muting.
CARRIER DETECT (CD) AND MUTE
Carrier detect CD indicates if a valid signal is present at the LMH0344 input. If MUTE
is used, the carrier
detect threshold will be altered accordingly. CD provides a high voltage when no signal is present at the
LMH0344 input. CD is low when a valid input signal is detected.
MUTE can be used to manually mute or enable SDO and SDO. Applying a high input to MUTE will mute the
LMH0344 outputs by forcing the output to a logic zero. Applying a low input will force the outputs to be active.
CD and MUTE may be tied together to automatically mute the output when no input signal is present.
The LMH0344 accepts either differential or single-ended input. The input must be AC coupled. Transformer
coupling is not supported.
The LMH0344 correctly handles equalizer pathological signals for standard definition and high definition serial
digital video, as described in SMPTE RP 178 and RP 198, respectively.
The SDO and SDO outputs are internally loaded with 50
Ω. They produce a 750 mV
differential output, or a
Copyright © 2007–2013, Texas Instruments Incorporated
Submit Documentation Feedback
Product Folder Links: LMH0344
Does ALLDATASHEET help your business so far?
[ DONATE ]
All Rights Reserved©
| English :
| Chinese :
| German :
| Japanese :
| Korean :
| Spanish :
| French :
| Italian :
| Polish :
| Vietnamese :