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The GS4901B is a highly flexible, digitally controlled clock synthesis circuit and timing generator with genlock capability.
It can be used to generate video and audio clocks and timing signals, and allows multiple devices to be genlocked to an input reference. The GS4900B includes all the features of the GS4901B, but does not offer audio clocks or AFS pulse generation.
The GS4901B/GS4900B will recognize input reference signals conforming to 36 different video standards, and will genlock the output timing information to the incoming reference. The GS4901B/GS4900B supports cross-locking, allowing the output to be genlocked to an incoming reference that is different from the output video standard selected.
The user may select to output one of 4 different video sample clock rates. The chosen clock frequency can be further divided using internal dividers, and is available on two video clock outputs and one LVDS video clock output pair. The video clocks are frequency and phased-locked to the horizontal timing reference, and can be individually delayed with respect to the timing outputs for clock skew control.
Eight user-selectable timing outputs are provided that can automatically produce the following timing signals for 9 different video formats: HSync, Hblanking, VSync, Vblanking, F sync, F digital, AFS (GS4901B only), DE, and 10FID. These timing outputs may be locked to the input reference signal for genlock timing and may be phase adjusted via internal registers.
In addition, the GS4901B provides three audio sample clock outputs that can produce audio clocks up to 512fs with fs ranging from 9.7kHz to 96kHz. Audio to video phasing is accomplished by an external 10FID input reference, a 10FID signal specified via internal registers, or a user-programmed audio frame sequence.
The GS4901B/GS4900B is Pb-free, and the encapsulation compound does not contain halogenated flame retardant (RoHS Compliant).