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Broadcast decoder eases move to PCI Express

Posted: 17 May 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Conexant? CX23885? decoder?

Conexant Systems Inc.'s single-chip broadcast decoder is aimed at helping consumer electronics manufacturers speed the transition to PCI Express. The PCI Express 1.0a-compliant and 1.1-ready audio/video (A/V) broadcast decoder captures and decodes analog and digital broadcasts, and supports worldwide audio and video standards.

The integrated device, part number CX23885, is equipped with all the functions required to perform television and external A/V capture, giving manufacturers the flexibility to develop a broad range of products that support both analog and digital broadcasts in standard or high-definition formats.

The CX23885 is backward-compatible with the company's CX25843 A/V decoder. The company plans to release devices in pin-compatible configurations to enable manufacturers to develop multiple products with a variety of features and prices using one integrated device.

The A/V decoder is packaged in a 14-by-14mm Pb-free, 128-pin exposed TQFP and priced at $10 each in production quantities.


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