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2003-03-07 Yamaha decoders eye surround sound systems
Yamaha Corp. has announced the availability of a pair of decoder LSIs that can be used for a variety of surround sound apps.
2007-01-11 Video decoders target PVR-enabled STBs
Conexant Systems has introduced two video decoders for PVR-enabled STBs used to receive HDTV programming in worldwide networks.
2003-05-27 Toko to offer iBiquity certified HD radio decoders
Toko Inc. has received performance certification from iBiquity Digital Corp for their HD Radio decoding module.
2006-08-09 TI ships 3 million decoders to Hikvision
Texas Instruments Inc. announced that it has shipped 3 million units of its TVP5150AM1 ultra-low-power video decoder to Hikvision.
2003-11-07 Texas video decoders target personal video apps
Texas Instruments Inc. has introduced two mixed signal video decoders that convert NTSC, PAL and SECAM video into digital component video in both portable and high volume in applications.
2003-03-12 T-Square rolls audio decoders for portable devices
T-Square Design announced at the 8th Annual IIC meet the development of T628X series of audio decoders, targeted at portable multimedia devices.
2006-08-25 ST MPEG-4 decoders pass Allegro tests
The MPEG-4 AVC/H.264 decoders from STMicroelectronics have successfully passed Allegro's compliance test suites, including syntax, stress and system tests.
2003-09-24 SigmaTel audio decoders offer hi-speed USB
SigmaTel Inc. has unveiled its 3G D-Major STMP35xx product family that is suitable for use in digital audio systems.
2002-08-01 Samsung DVDs to be powered by LSI decoders
Samsung DVDs to be powered by LSI decoders
2002-01-16 Philips audio decoders target active speakers, sound cards
The UDA1352TS and UDA1352HL are feature-packed, low-cost versions of the company's UDA1351 audio decoder.
2007-11-06 Multistandard native 1080/60p HD decoders target next-gen STBs
Horizon Semiconductors claims the industry's first single chip multistandard native 1,080/60p high-definition decoders for triple-play/quad-play cable, satellite and IPTV STBs.
2007-05-17 Multiport video decoders suit DVR security apps
Conexant Systems released the first in a series of products developed for the digital video security and surveillance marketplace.
2002-12-04 Interfacing the VP310/SNIM3 to MPEG decoders
This article is intended to assist designers using the Zarlink Semiconductor VP310/VP311 satellite channel decoder and/or the SNIM3 reference decoder design, when connecting to various MPEG decoders.
2007-11-28 HDTV decoders carry analog copy protection
Conexant Systems has certified an analog copy protection technology on its CX2427X and CX2450X HDTV decoders.
2010-11-19 H.264 decoders on an uptrend
In-Stat report indicates H.264 decoders more popular, predicts significant growth
2011-03-03 Fujitsu adopts Ginga solution for HD decoders
Fujitsu Semiconductor has adopted for its HD decoder family a full Ginga software solution from TQTVD Software Ltda that is fully compliant with the SBTVD standard for DTV.
2008-12-08 Decoders work with various standards
Fujitsu Microelectronics Europe (FME) has announced a new series of multistandard decoders.
2009-08-21 Decoders enhance surveillance video quality
Texas Instruments' new multichannel video decoders claim superior picture quality for video surveillance.
2003-05-21 Conexant AV decoders minimize STB costs
Conexant Systems Inc. has introduced a new family of MPEG-2 A/V decoders for cable, satellite, and terrestrial STBs.
2006-04-12 Chip combines four video decoders
Texas Instruments Inc. introduced a new A/D video decoder that combines four independent video decoders into a single chip.
2006-01-13 AverLogic's two new comb filter video decoders
AverLogic launched two adaptive comb filter video decoders that decode NTSC/PAL /SECAM composite video, S-video or component video and converts it into 8/16-bit YCbCr digital data output.
2009-01-19 Audio DSP adds RealAudio decoders
Tensilica Inc. has ported the RealAudio 8, 9 and 10 decoders from digital entertainment services company RealNetworks Inc. to the HiFi 2 Audio DSP.
2004-12-23 Analog decoders outdo digital in wireless test
Advanced digital wireless standards like those overseen by the 3G Partnership Project use iterative communications protocols that provide error correction simultaneously with optimal compression.
2002-02-15 Amphion MPEG-2 demux, decoders target next-gen digital video
Amphion has announced the availability of MPEG-2 transport stream demultiplexing and multi-stream decoders for next-generation digital video ASICs and SoCs.
2010-04-15 A/V decoders handle up to eight video streams
Conexant Systems has released a new family of multichannel A/V decoders targeted at video surveillance systems with digital video recording capabilities, video capture cards and motion sensors.
2001-01-01 A faster way to run Reed Solomon decoders
This technology news describes the new Reed-Solomon (RS) decoder architecture that can process multiple symbols per clock cycle.
2007-02-01 TV-on-a-chip simplifies entire DTV design
Broadcom Corp. rolled out a "television-on-a-chip" that the company calls the first digital HDTV silicon solution to support full 1,080p display resolution.
2004-01-01 Startup promises 'algorithm to tapeout'
Synfora's Pico product line will let users create C-language algorithms for blocks such as MPEG or MP3 decoders.
2006-12-12 ST emphasizes support for India's electronics manufacturing industry
With India poised to become a major player in the global electronics manufacturing industry, STMicroelectronics recently emphasized the depth of support and scope of products, platforms and technologies that it offers to customers in India.
2007-06-26 DSPs promise high-fidelity audio
TI has launched what it claims to be the first audio/video receiver (AVR) implementation approved for both Dolby TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus.
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