Low-Cost Satellite Set-top Box SoC

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*Certain versions of this device are not available for sale in Germany or shipment to or from Germany, and these versions should not be used in any product destined for the German market.
Broadcom's BCM7325 is a single-channel, multiformat high-definition satellite receiver chip that enables manufacturers to develop low-cost satellite Set-top Boxes (STBs).
Broadcom’s BCM7325 System on a Chip (SoC) enables functionality for Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) Set-top Boxes and supports multiple formats including the DVB-S, DVB-S2 and 8PSK standards. With capabilities that go beyond current DVB-S2 silicon implementations for both integration and performance, the BCM7325 offers STB manufacturers a significantly lower-cost solution for the development of DVB-S2-capable Set-top Boxes. The BCM7325 is built around previous generations of Broadcom digital cable and satellite STB chips and technology, so service providers that deploy Set-top Boxes designed around the BCM7325 can cost-effectively provide their subscribers with advanced HD television viewing features and improved picture quality.


  • Integrated wide-band silicon tuner (250-2150 MHz) with DiSEqC 2.x and programmable FSK transceiver
  • DVB-S2 8PSK and QPSK (market-dependent) integrated demods
  • Provides a cost-effective single-chip solution for high-definition Direct Broadcast Satellite (DBS) applications
  • Full DVR support for trick modes via USB


  • Set-Top Boxes


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