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Philips reference design supports dynamic backlight technology

Posted: 05 Jan 2005 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:royal philips electronics? lcd tv? nexperia? tv810 reference design? ntsc?

Royal Philips Electronics announced that they have set a new benchmark for LCD TV picture quality with its Nexperia TV810 reference design for NTSC + ATSC hybrid reception.

The reference design features advanced picture improvement algorithms and supports dynamic backlight technology, which enhances picture contrast. It incorporates flash memory to support wired and wireless network connections, streaming media, and digital photo display.

Nexperia enables consumers to import and display or playback MP3, JPEG and other media files from their personal media players or PC through connectivity options such as USB 2.0 or 802.11. "Philips' Nexperia TV810 reference design offers our customers a fully integrated digital TV system that is aligned with the feature, function and cost requirements of the TV market today," shared Julian Humphreys, VP of marketing, TV Systems at Philips Semiconductors.

The highly integrated Nexperia TV810 incorporates a control processor, two programmable media processors, high-definition video decoders, a scaler, a renderer and numerous other on-chip functions required for building integrated digital TVs with state-of-the-art picture quality. It supports analog (NTSC) and digital (ATSC) TV broadcast standards (standard-definition and high-definition), picture improvement features such as deinterlacing, and advanced features such as multiformat audio/video decoding and rendering.

Samples of the Nexperia TV810 system solution will be available this quarter as a total system. The first digital TV sets based on the TV810 will be in volume production by Q3 2005.

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