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Auvitek launches demodulator family for TV apps

Posted: 11 Jan 2007     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:Auvitek International  AU852x  HDTV  ATV  demodulators 

Auvitek International Ltd has announced the AU852x family of 6th generation HDTV and ATV Demodulators. All of these ICs provide leadership performance in ATSC (8-VSB), digital cable (QAM) and legacy analogue TV applications, said the company.

These products, sampling now and available for mass production in Q1'2007, include the AU8521 optimised for PC-TV applications, the AU8522 targeted at dual ATSC/NTSC systems, the AU8523 cost-optimised for systems with external analogue decoders and the AU8524 cost-optimised for digital only receivers. All employ Auvitek's patent-pending Fully Adaptive Demodulation and Equalisation (FADE) technology to deliver optimal performance across the continuum of infinitely diverse signal conditions existing today. Building on the recognised performance of the earlier AU850x family, released these ICs were recently described by the CRC, an independent DTV testing authority, as achieving "the longest echo span that CRC have tested."

For PC applications, Auvitek provides reference designs, software and WHQL and/or Vista certified drivers which are all available now. For CE applications, Auvitek offers a complete software driver suite as well as development boards and reference designs.

In addition to extremely low power, the 852x family offers full compliance with the ATSC A/74 recommendations for digital TV receiver performance metrics. The 852x products provide outstanding performance not only in the lab but also in the infinitely diverse range of real world reception conditions making this family the leading VSB solutions on the market.

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