AMT630 PDF Datasheet – Video Display Controller

A Video Display Controller (VDC) is an integrated circuit or hardware component responsible for generating video signals and controlling the display of visual information on a computer monitor or video display device. VDCs are commonly used in various computing and display systems, including personal computers, gaming consoles, embedded systems, and more.

The Part Number is AMT630.

The function of this semiconductor is Video Display Controller.

The package is LQFP 64 Pin Type.

Manufacturer: ARKMICRO

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AMT630 datasheet controller


AMT630 is a highly integrated video control SoC with Digital LCD/TFT panel displaying  controller and could support parallel RGB panel, sRGB panel,ITU656 panel, digital TCON and CPU panel. AMT630 integrates a video decoder and an Analog TFT‐LCD Panel Control. It accepts analog NTSC / PAL / SECAM CVBS signals and S‐Video from TV tuner, DVD, or VCR sources, including weak and distorted signals.


1. Four Analog Inputs: 1xCVBS+1xS-Video or 3xCVBS Inputs

2. Analog and Digital AGC

3. 9‐Bit 2‐Channel A/D Converters with Fixed Sampling Clock

4. Only One Crystal (24 MHz) required for All Standards

5. Internal PLL to Generate Video Clock

6. Adaptive 2‐D Comb Filter for Luminance and Chrominance Separation

7. Precise Chrominance Demodulation

8. Internal Buffers for Video Stability Control

AMT630 pinout pdf

1. Video Signal Generation: The primary function of a VDC is to generate video signals that define the content and appearance of images on a display. This includes generating video data, synchronization signals (horizontal and vertical sync), and timing signals that dictate how the display scans and refreshes the screen.

2. Resolution and Refresh Rate Control: VDCs can often support various display resolutions and refresh rates, allowing users to select different display modes to suit their preferences and requirements. This flexibility is crucial for compatibility with different monitors.

AMT630 PDF Datasheet