TI launches its latest multi-channel video decoders

TI launches its latest multi-channel video decoders

By SiliconIndia   |   Tuesday, 25 August 2009, 05:14 Hrs
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Bangalore: Texas Instruments (TI), a global semiconductor company has unveiled the new TVP5158, TVP5157 and TVP5156 multi-channel NTSC/PAL video decoders to deliver better picture quality. The new devices feature advanced 2D adaptive comb filter core and image enhancement techniques, such as auto contrast and video noise filtering.

With its ability to simultaneously decode four channels of video input, the new TVP515x solutions can be used for video surveillance and video conferencing designs that require multi-channels of decoding.

The applications include multi-channel digital video recorders (DVR), digital video servers (DVS), hybrid DVRs, cameras for video conferencing and digital signage products. Additionally, flexible video outputs on the TVP5158 and seamless interface to TI digital media processors based on the DaVinci Technology (TMS320DM6467 and TMS320DM365). TI claims that this technology can reduce system cost by up to $10 by eliminating the need for an external field-programmable gate array (FPGA).

TI's DaVinci Technology is a family of processors with integrated software and hardware tools packaged together for a solution that can be used for a host of applications from cameras to phones to handheld devices to automotive gadgets.

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