is a low-power ultra-high-speed video Digital-to-Analog
converter that uses the Advanced Low-Power Schottky (ALS) process. The device has a three channel I/O; the red, the blue, and the green channel. The red, blue, and green signals are referred to collectively as the RGB signal. An internally generated reference is also provided for the standard video output voltage range. Conversion of digital signals to analog signals can be at a sampling rate of dc to 60 MHz. The high conversion rate makes the TL5632C
suitable for digital television, computer digital video processing, and high-speed Data Conversion
is characterized for operation from 0?C to 70?C.