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Part Name(s) : SAB9079H
Philips Electronics
Philips Electronics
Description : Multistandard Picture-In-Picture (PIP) controller

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The SAB9079HS is a PIP controller for a Multistandard application environment in combination with a Multistandard decoder such as for example TDA8310, TDA9143 or TDA9321H.

FEATURES
• Suitable for single PIP, double window and multi PIP applications
• Data formats 4 : 1 : 1 (all modes) and 4 : 2 : 2 (most modes)
• Sample rate of 14 MHz, 720 Y*-pixels/line
• Horizontal reduction factors 1⁄1 3⁄4, 2⁄3, 1⁄2, 1⁄3, 1⁄4 and 1⁄6
• Vertical reduction factors 1⁄1, 1⁄2, 1⁄3 and 1⁄4
PIP OSD for the sub channels displayed
• Detection of PAL/NTSC with overrule bit
• CTE/LTE like circuits in display part
• Replay with definable auto increment, picture sample rate and picture number auto wrap
• Programmable Y*UV to RGB conversion matrix with independent coefficients for NTSC and PAL sources
• Display clock and synchronisation are derived from the main PLL
• Three 8-bit Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs)
• Three 8-bit Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) (7-bit performance) with clamp circuit for each acquisition channel
• Main and sub can write to the same VDRAM address spaces under certain conditions; the reduction factors should be the same
• Y* and UV pedestals on the acquisition sides
• Independent vertical filtering with 1 : 1 for UV and Y* at the display part.

Part Name(s) : SAB9081H
Philips Electronics
Philips Electronics
Description : Multistandard Picture-In-Picture (PIP) controller

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The SAB9081 is a Multistandard PIP controller which can be used in double window applications. The SAB9081 inserts one or two live video signals with reduced size into another live video signal. The incoming video signals are expected to be analog baseband signals.

FEATURES
• Double window Picture-In-Picture (PIP) in interlaced or non-interlaced mode at 8-bit resolution
• Internal 1-Mbit DRAM
• Three 8-bit Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) (7-bit performance) with clamp circuit for each acquisition channel
• One PLL which generates the line-locked clocks for the subchannel
• One PLL which generates the line-locked clocks for the main and display channels
• Three 8-bit Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs)
• Linear zoom in both horizontal and vertical directions for the subchannel
• Linear zoom in horizontal direction for the main channel.

Part Name(s) : SAB9083
Philips Electronics
Philips Electronics
Description : Multistandard Picture-In-Picture (PIP) controller

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The SAB9083 is a Multistandard PIP controller which can be used in double window applications. The SAB9083 inserts one or two live video signals with reduced size into another live video signal. The incoming video signals are expected to be analog baseband signals.

FEATURES
• Double window Picture-In-Picture (PIP) in interlaced or non-interlaced mode at 8-bit resolution
• Internal 1-Mbit DRAM
• Three 8-bit Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) (7-bit performance) with clamp circuit for each acquisition channel
• One PLL which generates the line-locked clocks for the subchannel
• One PLL which generates the line-locked clocks for the main and display channels
• Three 8-bit Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs)
• Linear zoom in both horizontal and vertical directions for the subchannel
• Linear zoom in horizontal direction for the main channel
• Three Multistandard PIP modes are available.

Part Name(s) : MC44463B
Motorola => Freescale
Motorola => Freescale
Description : Picture-In-Picture (PIP) controller

Picture-In-Picture (PIP) controller

The MC44463 Picture–In–Picture (PIP) controller is a low cost member of a family of high performance PIP controllers and video processors for television. It is a follow–up to the MC44461 PIP, in which two additional modes of operation have been added. A replay mode is provided, which captures several seconds of the main picture for replay in four different speeds. The capture time is programmable in four resolutions (ratio of captured fields to total fields), which trade the number of fields captured to the length of replay time. The second additional mode provides for multiple small picture overlays from a second non–synchronized source. The number of PIP images is 3 for the 1/9 screen area and 4 for the 1/16 screen area. Like the MC44461 this is NTSC compatible, I2C bus controlled and available in the 56–pin shrink dip (SDIP) package.

The main features of the MC44463 are:
• Three PIP Functional Modes: Standard Single Active PIP Mode, Up to 8
   Seconds of Capture and Replay Mode, and a 3 or 4 Multiple PIP Mode –
   Vertical Stacked with 1 Active at Any One Time
• 4 Capture Resolutions – 1 out of 10, 1:8, 1:6, 1:4. 4 Playback Speeds =
   1 Times Acquire Speed; 1/2; 1/4; 1/8
• Full 2 Frame Store for the Single PIP Removes the Rolling
   Store/Playback Memory Interference – “Joint Line”
• External Memory for Replay and Multiple Modes: 4 Meg and 16 Meg
• Two NTSC CVBS Inputs – Switchable Main and PIP Video Signals
• Single NTSC CVBS Output Allows Simple TV Chassis Integration
• Two PIP Sizes; 1/16 and 1/9 Screen Area – Freeze Field Feature
• Variable PIP Position in 64–X by 64–Y Steps
PIP Border with Programmable Color
• Programmable PIP Tint and Saturation Control
• Automatic Main to PIP Contrast Balance
• Vertical Filter
• I2C Bus Control – No External Variable Adjustments Needed
• Operates from a Single 5.0 V Supply
• Economical 56–Pin Shrink DIP Package

Part Name(s) : MC44460B
Motorola => Freescale
Motorola => Freescale
Description : Picture-In-Picture (PIP) controller

Picture-In-Picture (PIP) controller

The MC44460 Picture–in–Picture (PIP) controller is a low cost member of a family of high performance PIP controllers and video signal processors for television. It is NTSC compatible and contains all the analog signal processing, control logic and memory necessary to provide for the overlay of a small picture from a second non synchronized source onto the main picture of a television. All control and setup of the MC44460 is via a standard two pin I2C bus interface. The device is fabricated using BICMOS technology. It is available in a 56–pin shrink dip (SDIP) package.

The main features of the MC44460 are:
• Two NTSC CVBS Inputs
• Switchable Main and PIP Video Signals
• Single NTSC CVBS Output Allows Simple TV Chassis Integration
• Two PIP Sizes; 1/16 and 1/9 Screen Area
• Freeze Field Feature
• Variable PIP Position in 64–X by 64–Y Steps
PIP Border with Programmable Color
• Programmable PIP Tint and Saturation Control
• Automatic Main to PIP Contrast Balance
• Vertical Filter
• Integrated 64 k Bit DRAM Memory Resulting in Minimal RFI
• Minimal RFI Allows Simple Low Cost Application into TV
• I2C Bus Control – No External Variable Adjustments Needed
• Operates from a Single 5.0 V Supply
• Economical 56–Pin Shrink DIP Package

Part Name(s) : SAB9077H
Philips Electronics
Philips Electronics
Description : Picture-In-Picture (PIP) controller

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The SAB9077H is a Picture-In-Picture controller for multi-standard TV-sets. The circuit contains ADCs, reduction circuitry, memory control, display control and DACs.

FEATURES
Display
• 50/60 Hz PIP modes possible
• Twin PIP in interlaced mode at 8-bit resolution
• Sub-title mode features built in
• Large display fine positioning area, both channels independent
• Only 2 Mbit needed as external VDRAM (2 × 1 Mbit or 1 × 2 Mbit)
• Four 8-bit Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs; > 7-bit performance) with clamp circuit
• Most PIP modes handle interlaced pictures without joint line error
• Two PLLs which generate the line-locked clocks for the acquisition channels
• Display PLL to generate line-locked clock for the display
• Three 8-bit Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs)
• 4 : 1 : 1 data format
• Data reduction factors 1 to 1, 1 to 2, 1 to 3 and 1 to 4, horizontal and vertical independent.

I2C-bus programmable
• Single and double PIP modes can be set
• Full field still mode available
• Several aspect ratios can be handled
• Reduction factors can be set freely
• Selection of vertical filtering type
• Freeze of live pictures
• Fine tuned display position, H (8-bit), V (8-bit), both channels independent
• Fine tuned acquisition area, H (4-bit), V (8-bit), both channels independent
• Eight main borders, sub-borders and background colours available
• Border and background brightness adjustable, 30%, 50%, 70% and 100% IRE
• Several type of decoder input signals can be set.

Part Name(s) : SAB9076H
Philips Electronics
Philips Electronics
Description : Picture-In-Picture (PIP) controller

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The SAB9076H is a Picture-In-Picture controller for NTSC TV-sets. The circuit contains ADCs, reduction circuitry, memory control, display control and DACs. 

FEATURES
Display
• Twin PIP in interlaced mode at 8-bit resolution
• Sub-title mode features built in
• Large display fine positioning area, both channels
   independent
• Only 2 Mbit required as external VDRAM
   (2 × 1 Mbit or 1 × 2 Mbit)
• Four 8-bit Analogue Digital Converters (ADCs; > 7-bit
   performance) with clamp circuit
• Most PIP modes handle interlaced pictures without joint
   line error
• Two PLLs which generate the line-locked clocks for the
   acquisition channels
• Display PLL to generate line-locked clock for the display
• Three 8-bit Digital Analogue Converters (DACs)
• 4 : 1 : 1 data format
• Data reduction factors 1 to 1, 1 to 2, 1 to 3 and 1 to 4,
   horizontal and vertical independent.

2C-bus programmable
• Single and double PIP modes can be set
• Full field still mode available
• Several aspect ratios can be handled
• Reduction factors can be set freely
• Selection of vertical filtering type
• Freeze of live pictures
• Fine tuned display position, H (8-bit), V (8-bit),
   both channels independent
• Fine tuned acquisition area, H (4-bit), V (8-bit),
   both channels independent
• Eight main borders, sub-borders and background
   colours selectable
• Border and background brightness adjustable, 30%,
   50%, 70% and 100% IRE
• Several type of decoder input signals can be set.



Part Name(s) : SAB9082
Philips Electronics
Philips Electronics
Description : NTSC Picture-In-Picture (PIP) controller

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The SAB9082 is an NTSC PIP controller which can be used in double window applications. The SAB9082 inserts one or two live video signals with reduced size into another live video signal. The incoming video signals are expected to be analog baseband signals.

FEATURES
• Double window Picture-In-Picture (PIP) in interlaced or non-interlaced mode at 8-bit resolution
• Internal 1-Mbit DRAM
• Three 8-bit Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) (7-bit performance) with clamp circuit for each acquisition channel
• One PLL which generates the line-locked clocks for the subchannel
• One PLL which generates the line-locked clocks for the main and display channels
• Three 8-bit Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs)
• Linear zoom in both horizontal and vertical directions for the subchannel
• Linear zoom in horizontal direction for the main channel
• Three Multistandard PIP modes are available.

Part Name(s) : SAB9080H
Philips Electronics
Philips Electronics
Description : NTSC Picture-In-Picture (PIP) controller

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The SAB9080 is an NTSC PIP controller which can be used in double window applications. The SAB9080 inserts one or two live video signals with reduced size into another live video signal. The incoming video signals are expected to be analog baseband signals.

FEATURES
• Double window Picture-In-Picture (PIP) in interlaced or non-interlaced mode at 8-bit resolution
• Internal 1-Mbit DRAM
• Three 8-bit Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADCs) (7-bit performance) with clamp circuit for each acquisition channel
• One PLL which generates the line-locked clocks for the subchannel
• One PLL which generates the line-locked clocks for the main and display channels
• Three 8-bit Digital-to-Analog Converters (DACs)
• Linear zoom in both horizontal and vertical directions for the subchannel
• Linear zoom in horizontal direction for the main channel.

Part Name(s) : SAB9075H
Philips Electronics
Philips Electronics
Description : Picture-In-Picture (PIP) controller for NTSC

GENERAL DESCRIPTION
The SAB9075H is a Picture-In-Picture controller for the NTSC environment in combination with the Integrated NTSC decoder and sync processor TDA8315.

FEATURES
Display
• One or two live pictures can be displayed simultaneously
• Wide range of multi-Picture-In-Picture (PIP) modes available
• Six 6-bit Analog-to-Digital Converters (ADC) with clamping circuit
• Enhanced vertical resolution at most modes for live pictures
• Two Phase-Locked-Loops (PLL) with Voltage Controlled Oscillator (VCO) to generate the line-locked clocks
• Three 7-bit Digital-to-Analog Converters (DAC)
• 4 : 1 : 1 data format
• Data reduction factors 1 to 4, 1 to 9 and 1 to 16.

I2C-bus programmable
• Different single, double and multi-PIP modes can be set
• Several aspect ratios can be handled
• Reduction factors can be set automatically and manually
• Selection of vertical filtering type
• Freeze of live pictures
• Single-PIP display position, four corners on-screen
• Multi-PIP display position, left or right on-screen
• Fine tuned display position, H (6-bit), V (6-bit)
• Fine tuned acquisition area, H (4-bit), V (4-bit)
• Channel-border and live PIP selectable
• Eight main-border, sub-border, channel-border and background colours selectable
• Border and background brightness adjustable, 30%, 50%, 70% and 100% IRE
• Several types of decoder input signals can be set
• 6-bit HUE and SAT signals (0 to 5 V) adjustable by I2C-bus
• Main and sub-audio mute controllable by I2C-bus.

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