Taipei, Monday, May 4, 2015 18:11 (GMT+8)
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Elonics CEO and founder David Srodzinski holds the E4000 CMOS multi-band RF tuner
Photo: Michael McManus [Jun 22, 2009]

One new entrant to the mobile TV tuner market showing its products at Computex was UK-based Elonics. The company showcased an integrated multi-band RF tuner implemented in CMOS and designed to allow users to re-configure the RF front end for different broadcast standards. The tuner chip supports frequencies and standards including DVB-T, DVB-H, ISDB-T, CMMB, T-TMB and MediaFLO, as well as supporting GPS L1 band (1575MHz) and FM radio (64 - 108MHz).

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