V-by-One® HS (SerDes)NEW

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V-by-One® HS offers solutions for flat panel displays, which are requiring higher and higher frame rates and resolutions. THine’s unique variable speed technology – from 600 Mbps to 4 Gbps – effectively meets the requirements of different pixel rates. THine’s original equalizer technology achieves high video signal quality and total cost reduction. It does this by enabling the use of lower-cost cables, connectors, and reducing components that are needed for control of electromagnetic interference (EMI).

What is the V-by-One® HS?
THine developed the V-by-One® HS to support the higher frame rates and resolutions of advancing flat panel display technology. V-by-One® HS reduces the total cost of interface systems. V-by-One® HS is adaptable to lower-cost cables and connectors. The V-by-One® HS Standard and its specifications are publicly available as an open standard technology.

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Advantages of the V-by-One®HS
■Clock-less Transmission
Clock and Data Recovery (CDR) technology solves skew problems. V-by-One® HS does not require a clock.

■High-Speed Serial Conversion
A high bit rate reduces the number of external components such as connectors.

■Scalability

Similar in Low-Voltage Differential Signaling (LVDS) interface, V-by-One® HS is easily scalable to high-definition by increasing the number of links.

■User-Friendly
There is no software to control. Simply insert the V-by-One® HS in the video stream.

Wide Variety of Cable Choice
Any cable may be used as long as it is an impedance matching differential 100 ohm cable. 
For example, LAN, SATA, USB,FFC/FPC,HDMI*, DisplayPort, STP cable.

 
Even though the cable type might be the same, the characteristics might be different. Please use them after evaluating your system.

*'HDMI' is a trademark or registered trademark of HDMI Licensing, LLC.

We are also developing a chipset to convert from LVDS or LVCMOS digital signals to V-by-One® HS.

  • *“MIPI®” is a registered trademark of MIPI Alliance, Inc.


    *The product introduced on this page is RoHS (2011/65/EU) compliant.

    Please contact THine's authorized distributors regarding documents for environmental regulations (MSDS, ICP report, Conflict Minerals, etc) and product spec documents (detailed information on package, packing, etc). Click here to find distributors.

    Click here for further question.

V-by-One®HS WEB Seminar


How to get the V-by-One®HS Standard?THine the V-by-One® HS Standard an open standard technology at the request of customers. Our customers wanted to achieve higher speed and improve video signal transmission quality with the V-by-One® HS. Its technology is becoming the industry standard.

Click Here to download the free version.
Click Here to learn how to get the product license for the complete version.


 ※"V-by-One" is a registered trademark of THine Electronics, Inc.

Type Product Name Input
Signal
Output
Signal
Maximum
Data
rate
Supply
Voltage
Package
NEW
Tx
THCV241-Q MIPI® CSI-2 V-by-One®HS 4.0Gbps/lane 1.8V-3.3V/1.2V QFN40
Tx THCV231 / THCV231-Q LVCMOS V-by-One®HS 4.0Gbps/lane 1.8V-3.3V QFN32
Tx THCV235 / THCV235-Q LVCMOS V-by-One®HS 4.0Gbps/lane 1.8V-3.3V QFN64
Rx THCV236 / THCV236-Q V-by-One®HS LVCMOS 4.0Gbps/lane 1.8V-3.3V QFN64
Tx THCV219 LVCMOS V-by-One®HS 3.0Gbps/lane 2.5V-3.3V QFN64
Rx THCV220 V-by-One®HS LVCMOS 3.75Gbps/lane 2.5V-3.3V QFN64
Tx THCV233 LVDS V-by-One®HS 3.4Gbps/lane 1.8V/3.3V QFN48
Rx THCV234 V-by-One®HS LVDS 3.4Gbps/lane 1.8V/3.3V QFN48
Tx THCV215 LVDS
2ports
V-by-One®HS
2lanes
3.75Gbps/lane 1.8V/3.3V TSSOP64
Rx THCV216 V-by-One®HS
2lanes
LVDS
2ports
3.75Gbps/lane 1.8V/3.3V TSSOP64
Tx THCV217 LVCMOS
2ports
V-by-One®HS
2lanes
3.4Gbps/lane 1.8V/3.3V TFBGA105
Rx THCV218 V-by-One®HS
2lanes
LVCMOS
2ports
3.4Gbps/lane 1.8V/3.3V TFBGA145
Rx THCV226 V-by-One®HS
4lanes
LVDS
4ports
3.4Gbps/lane 1.8V TQFP128
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Automotive Applications
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TV, Display, Monitor
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Medical
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Cameras
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Amusement Equipment
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Multifunction Printers
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Projectors

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