Duhhh! Stupid me. Sorry Roger Wolff; I just re-read your posting and
my response. I now understand that Roger was calculating what a hypothetical
1600x1280 x 24bit x 70Mhz system would require, *not* what the TVP3020
requires. The TVP3020 can't do 1600x1280 x 24-bits (only x 16-bits at that
resolution). I cheerfully pointed out Roger's error (which it wasn't),
and then proceeded to calculate what the TVP3020 needs to do 1600x1280
at 16-bits x 70Mhz. Once again, sorry Roger.
I rummaged through my riscy archives, and have determined that the
TVP3020 seems to be an alternative to the IMS G365 discussed earlier.
The IMS G365 is an updated version of the IMS G364 (obsoleted) which
is used in the ARC design video board. Can some video hardware
specialist determine how (if at all) the TVP3020 is different from the
IMS G365 part?
I have ordered (as of today) the TVP3020 data manual from T.I.
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