01.15.2008 08:52 AM
Legend Silicon, Sharp develop integrated SIP for China’s DTTB standard

In anticipation of the 2008 Beijing Olympics, Legend Silicon and Sharp have teamed to develop an integrated single-chip solution enabling mobile devices in the People’s Republic of China to receive China Digital Television Terrestrial Broadcasting (DTTB) System Standard (GB20600-2006) terrestrial digital television broadcast signals.

The LGS-8GS6 chipset integrates Legend Silicon's demodulator, which is compliant with the DTTB standard, the Sharp silicon tuner and time de-interleaver memory into a System-In-Package (SIP) 48-ball grid array (BGA). Designed to meet the low-power and space-constrained requirements of mobile devices, it will be used by manufacturers to build terrestrial digital television solutions for both fixed and mobile devices.

Samples of the chipset are now available.

For more information, visit www.legendsilicon.com.

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