|Achieves high reception performance and low power consumption |
TOKYO - Saturday, June 1st 2013 [ME NewsWire]
(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Toshiba Corporation (TOKYO:6502) today announced that it has launched a demodulator IC for digital terrestrial broadcasts (GB20600-2006: DTMB) and digital cable broadcasts (GY/T 170-2001: DVB-C) in the Chinese market. Samples are available now with mass production scheduled to start this summer.
The new demodulator IC, TC90518FTG, uses Toshiba's original multipath1 cancelling technology and achieves industry-leading-class2 reception performance under long-delay multipath conditions of +/-300usec. This makes it possible to realize stable reception in environments that may cause a long-delay multipath, such as in single frequency networks (SFN)3. The new product also achieves industry-leading2 low power consumption, 98mW (typ.), which can contribute to lower power consumption by the broadcasting equipment.
Internal core: 1.1±0.1V, I/O block: 3.3±0.3V
VQFN64 9mm × 9mm × 0.9mm
• Supports all 330 DTMB modes • Built-in multipath canceller
• Auto detection of symbol rate, modulation format, spectrum polarity • Supports 0.5~7.5Mbaud symbol rate
• Input :IQ baseband, low IF, standard IF • Output: serial and parallel MPEG-2 transport stream
A reflected wave, mainly caused by structures such as buildings and mountains, that can interfere with reception.
As of May 31, 2013. Toshiba data.
Single Frequency Network relays broadcast signals using a single frequency. It improves frequency utility but can also cause a long-delay multipath that may lead to reception interference.
Follow this link for more on this product. http://www.semicon.toshiba.co.jp/eng/product/assp/dtmb/dtmb.html
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