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2010-12-20 ViaPort technology enhances HDMI output, DTV connectivity
Silicon Image's DTV HDMI Output heightens the home theater audio experience with addition of an HDMI sound bar or AVR downstream. ViaPort technology also simplifies system set-Up for consumers, and improves retail merchandising.
2014-06-04 VESA aggregates data, power interfaces into one connector
The DockPort specification reduces the number of external connectors by enabling USB data and DC power over the existing DisplayPort connector, allowing connection to a range of external resources.
2007-03-01 Vendors use secret QoS sauces in home nets
Many companies and consortiums are gearing up products and initiatives to reliably shuttle voice, video and music around the house. But many of the upcoming products and initiatives attack the core problem of QoS in slightly different ways.
2011-08-12 USB 3.0 hub controllers support 2-layer PCB designs
SMSC's family of SuperSpeed USB hubs that claims to deliver the industry's smallest footprint eases expansion in docking stations, port replicators and all-in-one monitors.
2006-07-27 USB 2.0-based on-chip debug supports Freescale cores
Macraigor has unveiled the usb2Demon background debug mode (BDM) interface device that supports debugging and control of Freescale's ColdFire family of 32bit microprocessors.
2009-05-04 USB 2.0 OVP device packs high-speed ESD protection
ON Semiconductor has developed the NCP362, claimed to be the industry's first overvoltage protection (OVP) device with both integrated current protection and high-speed ESD protection for USB 2.0 applications in portable, telecom, consumer and computing systems.
2004-04-21 Unisem expands RF test business with Teradyne
Unisem has purchased Teradyne Inc.'s FLEX system for its Malaysia test facility in order to support multiple fabless companies in Europe and the U.S.
2008-06-02 Understand, test OCP SystemC channel models
The OCP Protocol is a high-performance and bus-independent interface protocol between intellectual property cores that provides a standard for Electronic System Level design. It improves IP core reusability, making more predictable and productive SoC designs.
2009-12-03 TV receiver supports analog, digital broadcasts
From Fresco Microchip Inc. comes a single-chip solution that supports universal analog audio and video demodulation as well as digital IF processing for global terrestrial and cable TV markets.
2009-05-28 Triple-mode PC TV tuner comes in half-mini card
NXP Semiconductors has unveiled what it claims to be the first triple-mode PC TV tuner in a low-power half-mini card form factor, providing access to the widest range of global content for an improved viewing experience.
2005-11-11 TriMedia CPU optimized for mobile media processing
Royal Philips Electronics has a new TriMedia CPU core to be used in a wide range of Philips' Nexperia media processing solutions
2006-08-07 Transmitter-receiver solution based on DisplayPort 1.0
Genesis Microchip announced it has developed the industry's first transmitter-receiver pair based on the recently adopted DisplayPort 1.0 standard proposed by VESA.
2006-09-13 Transceiver modules support seven operating channels
Vishay has announced new family of a 2.4GHz ISM transceiver modules that supports seven operating channels, each spread with a unique DSSS code.
2005-01-13 Toshiba, TVBLOB partner in TX RISC-based multimedia appliances
Toshiba America Electronic Components Inc. and TVBLOB Srl have signed a strategic relationship to provide a quick time-to-market solution for a wide range of multimedia appliances based on the new TVBLOB ScatterMedia toolkit and Toshiba TX system RISC microprocessors.
2006-10-11 Toshiba picks Altera's CPLDs for new PMPs
Altera announced that Toshiba has selected the Pb-free version of its MAX II CPLD family for their newest line of gigabeat portable media players.
2003-10-07 Tiring of royalties, China seeks compression spec for video
China is pushing to define a homegrown A/V compression technology that would rival MPEG-4 and H.264.
2004-11-11 Tiny display optimized for video on handheld devices
Sharp developed a new 2.2-inch QCIF+ Advanced-TFT LCD module that is capable of displaying full-motion video and images on a standard cellphone size display.
2005-02-25 TI, Wintech offer videophone development platform
Texas Instruments Inc. (TI) and Wintech Digital Systems Technology Corp. have announced the release of a videophone development platform (VDP), a complete development platform for designing point-to-point IP-based videophone systems.
2006-11-16 TI unrolls low-cost DSP-only DaVinci parts
Looking to expand its video-specific media processors into lower-end applications, Texas Instruments rolled out this week the first DSP-only DaVinci parts, priced as low as $9.95 a unit.
2005-03-10 TI to license Telchemy VoIP technology
Texas Instruments Inc. has announced it would license VQmon/EP-DS technology from Telchemy for its voice-over-IP (VoIP) chipsets, enabling service providers and enterprises to monitor, diagnose and troubleshoot complex problems in real-time for higher quality services.
2004-09-08 TI SPDT switch tailored for general purpose analog apps
The new dual SPDT analog switch from TI provides low power consumption and high-speed while maintaining excellent signal integrity.
2004-04-26 TI launches home multimedia engine
Texas Instruments has launched an IC aimed at home streaming media that integrates the company's C54x DSP, an ARM9 RISC processor and a host of peripherals.
2004-09-09 TI FlashMedia controller with 1394, Flash Media
Texas Instruments introduced what it claims as the industry's fastest and most integrated FlashMedia controller available.
2005-09-06 TI expands Aureus DSP family
Texas Instruments introduced the next generation in its Aureus family of audio DSPs for applications requiring multi-channel decoding.
2007-07-16 TI clock generators offer low jitter performance
TI has introduced a family of highly programmable, one-to-four PLL clock generators that deliver very low jitter at 60ps typical for consumer applications.
2005-03-30 TI 'boosts' audio amplifier design
Texas Instruments announced that they gave audio amplifier design a boost by developing two high-performance digital amplifier power stages.
2003-05-13 Three-way collaboration develops multimedia platform
Micro-Star Int. Co. Ltd, Cirrus Logic Inc., and Oregan Networks Ltd, have jointly developed a Digital Media Adapter platform.
2008-01-16 The battle of the media hub in the digital home
The PC and TV are converging. Between these extremes sits the STB. Powerful commercial motivations have already caused the PC and STB communities to make bold moves to claim this territory and be part of a three-way fight.
2005-11-01 Teridian's Fast Ethernet PHY housed in 5-by-5mm QFN package
Teridian announced its MicroPHY transceivers that are touted to be the world's smallest Fast Ethernet PHY, the new MicroPHY transceivers are housed in a 5-by-5mm QFN package.
2008-09-15 Tensilica, Cadence tip CPF-enabled multimedia designer
Tensilica Inc. and Cadence have collaborated to create a Common Power Format (CPF)-enabled low-power reference design for a multimedia subsystem based upon its popular 330HiFi audio processor and 388VDO video engine.
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