Toshiba: SPDT switch IC supporting the DisplayPort(TM) 1.2 (5.4Gbps) and 1.1a (2.7Gbps) digital display interfaces. (Photo: Business Wire)
The new ICs enable routing of 4-lane DisplayPort™signals, a 1-lane auxiliary (AUX) signal and 2-line hot plug detect signals; they also support switching of HDMI® signals. The ICs reduce switch terminal capacitance and realize wide bandwidth characteristics of 10GHz at -3dB, securing high-speed transmission with lower signal degradation.
Key Features of New Products
1. Allow routing of DisplayPort™signals (Data: 4 lanes, AUX signal: 1 lane, hot plug detect signals: 2 lines) or HDMI® signals (Data: 3 lanes, Clock signal: 1 lane, Control signal: 1 line, I2C bus: 2 lines, hot plug detect signals: 2 lines).
2. Operating voltage: VCC=3.0V to 3.6V
3. Wide -3dB bandwidth: 10GHz (Typ.) @ VCC=3.3V
4. Low insertion loss: IL=-1dB @VCC = 3.3V?f=2.7GHz
5. Low switch terminal on-resistance: CI/O=2.7pF (typ.) @VCC=3.3V
6. Package: TQFN56 package
Notebook PCs, mother boards for desktop PCs, servers and PC peripherals
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* HDMI is a registered trademark of
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