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Single-chip HDTV processors come fully packed

Posted: 28 Nov 2008 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:HDTV? DTV? processor SupraHD?

Zoran Corp. announced that its SupraHD' 775 and SupraHD' 785 highly integrated HDTV processors are shipping to DTV manufacturers.

The new SupraHD' processors eliminate multiple components from the DTV system design by integrating the TV microcontroller, 8VSB demodulator, audio codec, audio multiplexer, analog video multiplexer and a host of other functions including advanced audio processing and color management capabilities into a single-chip solution.

In addition, Zoran's high integration enables a more energy-efficient design, which allows DTV manufacturers to meet the federal Energy Star requirements.

The SupraHD' 775 and SupraHD' 785 processors integrate virtually all the key electronic components needed to build a cost-effective ATSC digital TV for the North American market. Integrated functions include the following:

??TV Microcontroller and unified memory design
??Market-proven Cascade's ATSC/NTSC/QAM demodulator
??Audio ADC with 6 stereo pair inputs
??Audio DAC
??Three HDMI v.1.3 inputs
??Advanced audio processing including virtual surround sound and audio expansion capabilities
??Advanced color management
??Two 1080P YPbPr analog video inputs
??WUXGA PC analog video input|
??Three S-video inputs and four composite video inputs with 3D comb filter
??Integrated dual channel LVDS transmitters with xvYCC Wide Color Gamut support
??Content adaptive 1080i deinterlacer for interlaced analog video inputs
??Six stereo pair analog audio inputs
??Two stereo pair analog audio outputs
??Picture-in-Picture function
??USB 2.0 input
??MPEG noise reduction provides block-free reception of digital transmission

- Video/Imaging DesignLine

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