Filter amplifiers clean up high-definition video

SUNNYVALE, CA—Maxim Integrated Products introduces the MAX9500/MAX9501 high-definition video filter amplifiers. Featuring attenuation of better than 40dB at 44.25MHz, the amplifiers are suited for filtering and buffering HD video signals. The MAX9500/MAX9501 can be used as a reconstruction filter for HD video outputs of set-top boxes, DVD-recorders, DVD players, and satellite/cable receivers. The devices can also be used as an anti-aliasing filter for analog inputs of high-definition televisions (HDTV).

The MAX9500/MAX9501 HD filter amplifiers are designed to attenuate undesired aliases starting at 44.25MHz, drive two loads from a single set of outputs, and are available in single-supply and dual-supply versions

The MAX9500/MAX9501 is designed with a 30MHz passband and 50dB attenuation at
44.25MHz to suppress aliases for optimal video quality. The devcies operate with a single +5V supply or dual +/-5 VDC supplies. The MAX9500/MAX9501 comes in a compact 5mm x 6mm, 16-pin QSOP and 16-pin SO package. Lead-free packaging is also available.

Prices for the MAX9500/MAX9501 start at $1.05 (1000-up, FOB USA).Click here for the data sheet.

Maxim Integrated Products, +1 408-737-7600, .

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