08.21.2007 12:37 PM
GCT Semiconductor introduces dual-standard chip for mobile TV applications

GCT Semiconductor is bringing to the market the GDM7003, a monolithic single chip supporting S-DMB- and T-DMB-based mobile television applications. An undisclosed Korean handset maker in the production of a DMB phone supporting both standards is already using it.

The GDM7003 chip features channel switching in less than three seconds, a picture- in-picture function allowing users to watch two channels simultaneously and support of four S-DMB channels and two T-DMB channels enabling simultaneous viewing and recording of different channels. Designed for low power consumption, it is housed in a 236-pin LFBGA (11mm x 11mm x 1.3mm).

Evaluation and sample kits of the GDM7003 are now available.

For more information, visit www.gctsemi.com.



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