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Sanyo Tuner adopts Fresco chip

Posted: 11 Nov 2010 ?? ?Print Version ?Bookmark and Share

Keywords:TV tuner? analog? digital video?

Sanyo Tuner Industries Co. Ltd. has opted to use Fresco Microchip Inc.'s FM1162 in its tuners in 2011.

Sanyo, which is using the FM1150 in its designs, said its latest tuners "will enable SANYO to grow our share in the North America market and expand into new regions in 2011."

The FM1162, which is already sampling, is fully compatible with the most common analog (NTSC, PAL M/N) and digital (ATSC, ISDB-T) video standards. It accepts an IF output from both MOPLL and silicon-based tuners to generate analog CVBS video with SIF or MONO audio.

The digital IF output supports a 6MHz bandwidth, ensuring compatibility with the most common digital demodulators used in the Americas, Korea, Taiwan and Japan. As part of the FM1100 chip family, it offers the same cost and performance advantages, including reduced ringing and smearing in pictures. It also features an ultra-low profile and the same pin-compatible 5x5mm package as the other chips in the family.

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