Global Sources
EE Times-Asia
Stay in touch with EE Times Asia
EE Times-Asia > Advanced Search > TV market

TV market Search results

?
?
total search2139 articles
2011-01-21 40nm baseband processor unveiled at China forum
Spreadtrum Communications Inc. unveils the SC8800G, which the company claims as the world's "first" 40nm low power TD-HSPA/TD-SCDMA multi-mode communication baseband processor.
2015-03-25 3mm tuners from Silicon Labs target digital televisions
The 3mm Si2144/24 digital tuners from Silicon Labs offer loop-through as well as support for international cable and terrestrial STB standards including ATSC/QAM, DVB-T2/C2/T/C, ISDB-T/C and DTMB.
2009-12-21 3DTV processor cuts need for external FPGA
NXP Semiconductors has released the PNX5130, video co-processor enabling 3DTV, frame-rate conversion (FRC) and local backlight dimming in a single chip.
2010-11-30 3D-enabled mobile devices to surpass 60M units by 2014
In-Stat projects that the number of 3D-enabled mobile devices shipped in 2014 will hit over 60 million units, as the next evolution of 3D--3D on mobile devices- emerges.
2010-12-11 2D/3D chip banks on 3D in smart phones, tablets
Dialog’s DA8223, which has a hardwired, dedicated architecture that puts no extra load on the host application processor and requires no external memory, can be plugged into existing portable devices.
2005-06-27 2.5-inch hard disk drive with perpendicular recording technology
Seagate unveiled its first 2.5-inch drive using perpendicular recording technology, and introduced nine other hard disk drive products for various markets, including storage, automotive and consumer.
2010-05-24 1080p sensor delivers HD recording in small form
OmniVision has unveiled the OV2720 1/6-inch, native 1080p/30 high-definition CMOS image sensor designed for notebook, netbook, webcam and video conferencing applications.
2011-04-18 'Smart' system CPUs to more than double by 2015
Smart systems will use over 12.5 billion processor cores in 2015, more than double the core consumption in 2010.
2002-01-29 null
According to a study by the German Association of Electronics Industry (ZVEI), China is expected to become the third largest user of microelectronics by 2005.
Bloggers Say

Bloggers Say

See what engineers like you are posting on our pages.

?
?
Back to Top