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2008-02-08 65nm DTV receivers cut power draw, design footprint
Broadcom's 65nm DTV receivers reduce power consumption by up to 40 percent and footprint requirements by up to 30 percent.
2005-09-12 Zoran powers Acer's latest digital terrestrial LCD TVs
Zoran Corp.'s SupraTV processor powers new product families of Digital Video Broadcast (DVB) terrestrial LCD TVs from Acer, shipping in Europe, the Middle East, Africa, and Canada.
2005-08-26 Samsung to offer a DVB-H chipset
Targeting the emerging TV-on-mobile market based on the DVB-H standard, Samsung Electronics announced early this week a new DVB-H front-end chipset.
2004-06-07 Philips' Nexperia promises on-the-go TV
Philips is joining forces with Nokia, Universal Studios Networks and Vodafone to perform what it calls a litmus test of full-scale digital broadcasting and mobile convergence services.
2004-05-03 Philips' Nexperia promises on-the-go TV
Philips Electronics N.V. is joining forces with Nokia, Universal Studios Networks and Vodafone to perform what it calls a litmus test of full-scale digital broadcasting and mobile convergence services.
2004-05-03 Philips' Nexperia promises on-the-go TV
Philips Electronics N.V. is joining forces with Nokia, Universal Studios Networks and Vodafone to perform what it calls a litmus test of full-scale digital broadcasting and mobile convergence services.
2007-05-01 IPR issues threaten open standards' future
A Java-based API designed to bring interactivity to DTV broadcasts and STBs is being proclaimed dead-on-arrival in Europe, a casualty of mishandled procedures for disclosing intellectual property rights (IPR) related to the standard.
2009-09-09 Hybrid demodulators fit DVB, analog video broadcast
Marvell reveals the first chips in a family of hybrid demodulators for DVB and analog video broadcasting.
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