High-bandwidth 3-input video switch replaces discrete components

South Portland, Maine — Fairchild Semiconductor's ultra low-power, high-bandwidth video switch was designed for switching three analog video signals, including RGB and YPbPr signals.

Key features of the FSAV433 switch include high bandwidth (550 MHz, -3 dB), low differential gain (0.2 percent typical), low differential phase (0.1 degree typical), ultra-low power consumption (less than 1 μA), off isolation of less than 75 dB, cross talk of -85 dB, and low on resistance (6.5 Ω typical).

“Fairchild's FSAV433 devices are specifically designed to provide seamless switching and minimal signal routing complexity for emerging high-definition LCD systems,” said Jerry Johnston, product manager for Fairchild's analog switches. “The FSAV433 simplifies designs, reduces cost and enhances image quality. By replacing two traditional devices with a single three-port switch, the FSAV433 provides a more cost-effective solution for processing up to three HD video signals from DVDs, set-top boxes, PCs and other remote devices.”

The FSAV433 comes in either a 20-pin TSSOP or a 20-terminal DQFN. Pricing is $1.50 each in 1,000-piece quantities for either package. Click here for the FSAV433 data sheet.

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