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Video buffer unlocks extra battery life in mobile video products

Geneva—STMicroelectronics is offering a video buffer IC that extends the battery life of mobile video devices, including digital cameras, camera phones and personal media players.

The TSH122 video buffer IC has a low operating current of 1.7mA and draws a standby current among of 4nA typical, 500nA maximum.

The TSH122 is a single-channel CVBS (Composite Video Baseband Signal) video buffer/filter with 6dB internal gain, optimized for DC or AC coupling to a 75-Ohm cable. The input can be directly connected to the video DAC, to drive composite video to an external device such as a TV display.

Pricing: $0.5 each in 1K quantities.
Availability: Full production.

Datasheet: Click here.

STMicroelectronics, www.st.com

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