BCM7572

High-Definition Digital Transport Adapter (DTA) Cable 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 BCM7572 is a DTA cable Set-top Box System-on-a-Chip (SoC) solution for cable service providers to transition analog subscribers directly to HD programming.
 
Broadcom’s BCM7572 is a DTA cable Set-top Box System-on-a-Chip (SoC) solution for cable service providers to transition analog subscribers directly to high-definition programming. The SoC provides the network capacity that operators require to provide additional HD content. The BCM7572 reduces the manufacturer's overall Bill-of-Materials (BOM) cost.

Features

  • x16 DDR2 memory controller and serial flash
  • Integrated HDMI transmitter and HD MPEG2/AVC decoder for quality HD displays
  • QAM demodulator, MIPS32®-class CPU, a data transport processor, a programmable audio core, four video and two audio digital-to-analog converters, and peripheral interfaces for a variety of STB control/receiver functions.
  • Advanced security supporting a wide range of card and cardless security devices.
     

Applications

  • HDTV
     

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