HD Satellite Set-top Box SoC with Integrated MoCA 1.1
Broadcom's BCM7340 is a high-definition Set-top Box System on a Chip (SoC) with integrated MoCA 1.1 technology for home networking.
Broadcom’s BCM7340 is a satellite Set-top Box SoC with integrated MoCA 1.1 technology. It integrates a single tuner/demodulator from Broadcom's BCM4505 front-end technology and uses an AVC decoder that supports multiple video formats and dynamic power management capabilities. It supports several TV output interfaces on-chip including HDMI, baseband composite, component or S-Video, and uses a high-definition video encoder (with copy protection) that supports NTSC, PAL and SECAM, with simultaneous standard-definition output integrated on-chip. It also incorporates Broadcom's advanced 2D/3D graphics engine, offering true studio-quality text and graphics with extremely efficient use of memory and bandwidth. Broadcom's flexible architecture also allows MoCA tuning from 500 to 1500 MHz to be compatible with satellite signals on the same coax.
- Support for multiple worldwide formats including the DVB-S2, DVB-S and 8PSK standards, with backward compatibility to the DVB-S standard
- High-performance and cost-effective DDR3-based memory
- 3D graphics engine for an advanced user interface
- Dynamic power management controllers that provide a very power-efficient ecosystem, capable of shutting down unused system components in real time
- Support for the Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) Interoperability Guidelines to facilitate the easy sharing of digital content between DLNA-enabled devices
- Support for the Multimedia Home Platform (MHP), the Adobe Flash Platform for the Digital Home and the RVU Alliance's pixel-accurate Remote User Interface (RUI) technology that allows an identical user experience on multiple devices
- Support for Energy Star, and European Code of Conduct-compliant
- Set-Top Boxes