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August 20, 1997updated 03 Sep 2016 4:47pm


By CBR Staff Writer

National Semiconductor Corp’s new 300Mbps serial digital video decoder and serial-to-parallel converter is claimed to offer improved price performance with a 20% reduction in power dissipation. The Comlinear CLC011, designed for broadcast quality professional video systems, special effects boxes and VCRs, dissipates power at only 200mW. It takes SMPTE 259M standard datastream, decoding it into a 10-bit parallel data stream with a word rate clock. The circuitry processes scrambled or unscrambled NRZI or NRZ data, and it combines with an adaptive cable equalizer and data retiming phase lock loop to operate as a serial digital video server.

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