Friday, October 17, 2008

Analog Devices launches high bandwidth video switches

Tagged with: Analog Devices, crosspoint switches, DV320x, low-power, switches
Wednesday, October 15, 2008, 12:13

Expanding its portfolio of video crosspoint solutions, Analog Devices has introduced 32×32 analog crosspoint switches.

An official release claims that its new crosspoint switches deliver an combination of low power and high speed.

The ADV320x family of buffered analog crosspoint switches consumes only 1.25 W – 40 per cent less than the nearest 32×32 solution – while delivering superior bandwidth of 300 MHz, a 300 per cent increase in speed over alternative low-power crosspoint switches.

The low power consumption decreases system cost by reducing power supply requirements, while the high bandwidth supports a wide variety of video signals. The ADV320x products are ideal for composite video routing, such as CCTV (closed-circuit TV) surveillance; and component video routing, such as high-resolution video routers used in video conferencing and digital signage.

The 32 × 32 ADV3200 and ADV3201, priced at $120 per unit in 100-piece quantities, will be available in full production quantities in October. The 32×16 ADV3202 and ADV3203, priced at $65 per unit in 100-piece quantities, will be in full production quantities in November.

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