BCM7552

40 NM HD SoC for Global Digital TV Transitions

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Broadcom's BCM7552 40 nm high-definition System on a Chip was developed for digital video broadcasting-deployed countries including Europe, Southeast Asia and South America.
 
The BCM7552 converts TV programming from analog to digital, giving operators the ability to deliver more interactive HDTV programming and services. The SoC reduces energy in the home by lowering power consumption with an integrated standby power management controller and AVS (Adaptive Voltage Scaling) technology.
 

Features

  • DVB_T RF (Radio Frequency) tuner, COFDM digital demodulator, CPU, and MPEG/AVC HD decoder and outputs
  • Pin-Pin compatible with Broadcom's BCM7358 DVB-S2 (Digital Video Broadcasting - Satellite 2) BCM7542, BCM7582, BCM7592 DTA solutions
  • Integrates Broadcom Artemis DVB stack, and MHEG middleware
  • Dual smart-card interfaces and Common Interface (CI+) to receive premium broadcast content

Applications

  • HDTV
  • Set-Top Boxes
     

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