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Philips module targets notebooks, LCD TV receivers

Posted: 07 Nov 2003 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:royal philips electronics? multi-system video module? fq1200a mk4?

Royal Philips Electronics has introduced what it claims is the world smallest analog low profile multi-system video module for notebook, LCD-TV and handheld multimedia products. The FQ1200A MK4 modules belong to a series of low profile miniaturized analogue front-ends, which are designed to suit a range of RF application in notebooks, LCD TV receivers and handheld multimedia products.

Combining the functions of a low noise amplifier, an all-band TV tuner and a Quasi Split Sound (QSS) Sound IF demodulation unit, the product is biased for maximum sensitivity. The low noise amplifier is used for better reception in areas where signal conditions are either poor or weak, and the QSS feature is included for better stereo quality.

Edward Ng, Business Development Director of Multimedia Applications, said, "With its small form factor of 58-by-38-by-6.8mm and low power requirement, the FQ1200A MK4 family enables a variety of new applications possibilities and ensures quick design-in and industry-leading performance."

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