BCM7572

High-Definition Digital Transport Adapter (DTA) Cable Set-Top Box SoC

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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
     

Lifecycle Status

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