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Video de-interlacer IC targets FPDs, projection systems

Posted: 09 Jan 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:oplus technologies? matisse 1? digital video de interlacer? tv ic? interlacer ic?

The Matisse-1 digital video de-interlacer chip from Oplus Technologies Ltd is positioned as a high-quality, cost-effective enhanced video processing solution targeted at flat panel displays (FPDs), projection systems, progressive scan TVs, and advanced video processing devices.

"Matisse-1 cost-effectively meets manufacturers' exacting demands for enhanced quality in video-centric applications," said Dr. Yair Alpern, CEO of Oplus Technologies. "It strikes a perfect balance between high quality and simplicity of design, enabling our customers to quickly come to market with enhanced video displays that have a lower overall system cost."

The Matisse-1 chip can be connected with glueless logic to the company's Rembrandt-1 display processor chip to create solution for enhanced video applications, and it is also fully compatible with all common scaler chips.

The IC implements proprietary Pixel Entropy de-interlacing technology, which is claimed to improve the quality of progressive video images, and Pixel Mode Recognition technology, which provides seamless support of NTSC and PAL reverse pulldown of TV-adapted film material. Matisse-1 also incorporates two video input ports for maximum system design flexibility, 10-bit internal processing, and a full-featured color processing unit.

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