Single-Chip Cable Set-top Box with Personal Video Recorder (PVR)

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The Broadcom BCM7115 is a single-chip STB device that combines the key aspects required for next generation Set-top Boxes.
Broadcom’s BCM7115 enables a cost-effective single-chip design, Personal Video Recording (PVR), communication via DAVIC or other protocol, and support of all major global physical layer standards for worldwide deployment. The BCM7115 includes a 1024/256/64-QAM receiver, an out-of-band QPSK receiver and a QPSK/16-QAM/256-QAM upstream burst modulator. The device includes a complete DAVIC 1.2/1.5 MAC for interactive services. An integrated MIPS32 RISC processor is integrated running todays OS, middleware and applications.


  • 1024/256/64-QAM variable symbol rate receiver supporting ITU-T J.83 Annex A/B/C
  • QPSK out-of-band receiver and QPSK/16-QAM/ 256-QAM upstream burst modulator
  • DAVIC 1.2/1.5 MAC
  • MIPS32 RISC processor
  • Complete MPEG-2 decoder and graphics subsystem
  • Full Personal Video Recording (PVR) support


  • Set-Top Boxes

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Not Recommended for New Design

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