Dual, Triple, and Quad Standard-Definition Video Filter Amplifiers with DC-Coupled Input Buffers

3.3V Standard-Definition Video Filters for Set-Top Box, TV, and DVD Applications

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The MAX9583/MAX9584/MAX9585 are small, low-power, multichannel video amplifiers with integrated reconstruction filters. Specially suited for standard-definition video signals, these devices are ideal for a wide range of television, set-top box, and portable applications.

The MAX9583/MAX9584/MAX9585 inputs can be directly connected to the outputs of a video digital-to-analog converter (DAC). The reconstruction filter typically has ±1dB passband flatness at 8.5MHz and 55dB attenuation at 27MHz. The amplifiers have a 2V/V gain and the outputs can be DC-coupled to a 75Ω load which is the equivalent of two video loads, or AC-coupled to a 150Ω load.

The MAX9583/MAX9584/MAX9585 operate from a 2.7V to 3.6V single supply and are specified over the -40°C to +125°C automotive temperature range. The MAX9583 is offered in a small, 6-pin thin SOT23 package. The MAX9584 is offered in a small, 8-pin µMAX® package, and the MAX9585 is offered in a small, 10-pin µMAX package.
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Key Features

  • Dual- (MAX9583), Triple- (MAX9584), and Quad- (MAX9585) Channel Devices
  • 8.5MHz, ±1dB Passband
  • 55dB Attenuation at 27MHz
  • Fixed Gain of 2V/V
  • Low Power: 3.5mA per Channel
  • 2.7V to 3.6V Single-Supply Operation
  • Small SOT23 and µMAX Packages


  • Portable
  • Set-Top Boxes
  • Televisions

Technical Documents

App Note 4287 Reconstructing Analog Video with the Maxim Video Filter Family

Quality and Environmental Data

Product Reliability Reports: MAX9585.pdf 
Lead-Free Package Tin (Sn) Whisker Reports
Device   Fab Process   Technology   Sample size   Rejects   FIT at 25°C   FIT at 55°C  

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