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TI highlights DaVinci-based designs at IIC-China

Posted: 08 Mar 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:IIC? Shanghai? Da Vinci? PMP? h.264?

At the 11th Annual International IC-China Conference & Exhibition (IIC-China), Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) is showcasing at its booth end products from third party developers that incorporate its DaVinci platform.

On display is the DaVinci-based reference design from Union Ingenient Ltd. This reference design could be used to develop various real-time video products, including portable multimedia players (PMPs) that can smoothly playback MP4 and H.264 video signals, multiband S-DMB/T-DMB/DVB-H video phones, multi-channel cable/wireless (Wi-Fi) network video cameras and monitoring systems, multi-standard IP STB/video phones, and multi-media broadcasting receivers (DMB/ISDB-T/DVB).

"Currently, PMPs with a single function is becoming harder and harder to sell. The market demands more integrated functions in PMPs, such as GPS, mobile TV and video phone," said Ingenient GM Yang Lianping. "The DaVinci platform allows us to quickly develop such products."

Wintech Technology also demonstrated its DaVinci-based video phone/video conferencing development platform, an IP video phone and a D1 Web camcorder (720/1080P, Wi-Fi support option, based on the DM6446/6443).

Other products being displayed at TI's booth are a mobile phone/PMP/digital camera based on the DM270/320 platform; a C2000 platform-based motor control module; a 1394 solution for high definition home cinema; and a multi-standard digital radio module which can receive DRM/DAB/HD radio broadcasting audio signal in AM/FM frequency range.

- Jake Chen
Electronic Engineering Times-China




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