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TED releases 'fastest' JPEG chipset for DVRs, cameras

Posted: 07 Sep 2006 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:TED? Tokyo Electron? JPEG? TE3310RPF? TE3320RPF?

Tokyo Electron Device Ltd (TED) has announced the inrevium JPEG chipset, a three-chip solution touted to be the industry's fastest. According to the company, the solution enables high-speed digital video recorders (DVRs) and high-resolution IP cameras designed for high quality image security systems and other imaging systems such as scanners, medical equipment and automobile video event recorders.

Industrial market demand for higher quality image is growing rapidly. JPEG is the preferred technology for these applications because it maintains the key advantage of better still image quality over other video compression technologies, the company said.

"Our inrevium JPEG chipset follows the highly successful launch of our SD/SDIO host and card-side controller IPs, which TED announced earlier this year," said Toshiaki Sunagawa, TED president and representative director. "The demand for high quality image is very healthy worldwide, particularly in security system applications, so the timing is right for TED to bring its high speed JPEG chipset to market."

The inrevium JPEG chipset includes the TE3310RPF, TE3320RPF and TE3410RPF.

Packaged in 176-pin FBGA, TE3310RPF is a JPEG encoder LSI that is fully compliant with ISO/IEC 10918-1. The device supports basic DCT sequential method and standard compression image format (Y:Cb:Cr = 4:2:2/4:1:1/4:0:0). With its internal clock at 85.9MHz, it compresses up to 120fps at NTSC video images (720 x 480, 4:2:2) and also up to 21fps at 2Mpixel video image (1600 x 1200, 4:2:2). Moreover, the device supports various input/output interfaces and offers 16bit and 32bit Host and SDRAM interfaces.

TE3320RPF is a JPEG decoder LSI and is also fully compliant with ISO/IEC 10918-1. Packaged in 192-pin FBGA, the device supports basic DCT sequential method and a standard compression image format (Y:Cb:Cr = 4:4:4/4:2:2/4:1:1/4:0:0). With 81MHz internal clock, it decompresses up to 116fps at NTSC compressed image (720 x 480pixels, 4:2:2) and also up to 21fps at 2Mpixel compressed image (1600 x 1200pixels, 4:2:2). Supporting various input and output interfaces, TE3320RPF offers 16/32bit host and SDRAM interfaces.

TE3410RPF is a video multiplexer LSI packaged in 272-pin FBGA and features a divided video screen, IP conversion, noise reduction, motion detection and OSD controller. The device also supports four channels of ITU-R BT.656/4:2:2 compliant video input, one channel of playback input, one channel of multiplexed video output and one channel of video monitor output. It supports up to 30fps for each video-input channels and up to 120fps time-division multiplexed video output. With inrevium TE3310RPF and TE3320RPF, it enables high speed DVR of 120fps at NTSC.

All three devices operate under a wide temperature range of -40C to 85C. The JPEG chipset is currently in sample production and will be in volume production in 2007. TE3310RPF and TE3320RPF each cost $15 in 1,000-unit quantities while TE3410RPF costs $20 in 1,000-unit quantities.

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