02.05.2008 08:38 AM
SIDSA brings out new DVB-H chipset

SIDSA has developed a new chipset for DVB-H-based mobile TV services, the Enter e1, which includes a demodulator and application processor.

The Enter e1, designed for quick integration into any kind of DVB-H device, features full DVB-T and DVB-H support, is fully MBRAI compliant, supports all main silicon tuners on the market, supports 5MHz, 6MHz, 7MHz and 8MHz channel bandwidths and multiservice MPE-FEC processing and can work with multiple types of interfaces, including SPI, Ethernet, TS, USB and SDIO. It comes with internal on-chip 8Mb dynamic memory and an embedded ARM processor.

For more information, visit www.sidsa.com.


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