V by One

V-by-One HS is developed by THine to support higher frame rates and resolutions of advance flat panel display technology. The unique variable speed technology, which data rate from 600Mbps to 4Gbps, effectively meets the requirements of different pixel rates. The equalizer technology from THine achieves high video signal quality at the same time reducing total cost by enabling the use of low cost connectors, cables and reducing components for EMI control.

V-by-One HS using Clock and Data Recovery (CDR) technology solves skew problems and eliminates the need of fixed frequency signal such as clock, which results in low EMI noises. V-by-One HS also helps to reduce the number of cable by exist THine SerDes technology, it achieves 4Gbps transmission per pair of cable.

V by One

THCV217 and THCV218 are designed to support high speed video signal transmission between host and display. The two high speed data lanes with maximum serial data rate 3.4Gbps/lane support video up to 1080p/60Hz/30bits or 4k2k/30Hz/16bits colors. It suitable for applications like TV, surveillance camera, multifunction printer, projector and medical equipment.


  • Color depth selectable: 24(8×3)/32(10×3)bit
  • Single-in/Single-out, Single-in/Dual-out and Dual-in/Dual-out selectable for THCV217
  • Single-in/Single-out, Dual-in/Single-out and Dual-in/Dual-out selectable for THCV218
  • AC coupling for high speed lines
  • CORE 1.8V, CMOS IO 3.3V
  • Wide frequency range from 20MHz to 85MHz, or 40MHz to 170MHz
  • Spread Spectrum Clocking tolerant up to 30kHz±5% (center spread)
  • Operating temperature: -20 to 85°C
  • THCV217 is using TFBGA105 packaging, THCV218 is using TFBGA145 packaging

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The THC63LVD104C

THC63LVD104C is Thine LVDS receiver capable of supporting data transmission between host and TFT display, up to SXGA resolution. This IC chip converts LVDS data streams into CMOS/TTL signal, either by the rising edge or falling edge of the clock signal.

Features of THC63LVD104C

  • Wide dot clock range from 8MHz to 12MHz suitable for NTSC and up to SXGA resolution
  • PLL allow no external components
  • output clock duty cycle is 50%
  • TTL clock is edge programmable
  • Power down mode is available
  • Single 3.3V CMOS low power design
  • come with 64pin TQFP
  • fail-safe mode for open LVDS input


Application of THC63LVD104C

Thine LVDS receiver THC63LVD104C can be used in IP Security Camera. It allows high resolution image to be captured and transmit the data through LVDS signalling.

IP security camera
Thine LVDS used in IP security camera

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Thine THC63LVD1023B

THC63LVD1023B is Thine LVDS transmitter designing to support transmission link between host and display.  It converts CMOS/TTL data bits into LVDS data stream. There is a dedicated pin on the chip to be programmed for rising edge or falling edge clocks.

THine THC63LVD1023B


  • flexible input/output mode
    1. single/dual TTL in, single/dual LVDS out
    2. double edge input for single TTL in/dual LVDS out
    3. input port SW for single TTL in/dual LVDS out
    4. asynchronous dual TTL in/dual LVDS out
  • clock edge selectable
  • PLL requires. No external components
  • 3 LVDS data mapping for simplifying PCB layout
  • pseudo random pattern generation circuit
  • support reduced swing LVDS for low EMI
  • power down mode
  • low power single 3.3V CMOS design
  • backward compatible with THC63LVD1023
  • 144pin LQFP
  • wide dot clock range suited for TV signal (480i-1080p), PC signal (VGA-XGA)
  • TTL/CMOS input:  10~160MHz
  • LVDS output:  20~160MHz