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  • Last update: Tuesday 20 October 2009 [8 news items]

Samsung, LGE expected to spearhead production of ATSC Mobile DTV-enabled devices

Newswatch - Oct 20, 14:05

The Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) has approved the ATSC Mobile DTV standard, and Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics (LGE) are likely to spearhead production of...

ATSC announces approval of mobile DTV standard

Oct 19, 23:20

The Advanced Television Systems Committee (ATSC) recently announced the approval of the A/153 ATSC Mobile DTV Standard.

Siano debuts CMMB mobile-TV chip with conditional access and descrambling

Jul 27, 11:29

Siano Mobile Silicon has announced the SMS1186 CMMB TV receiver chip, a drop in replacement to its SMS1180, which adds on-chip decoding support for Pay-TV services which are emerging...

Commentary: Free-to-air was the theme of mobile TV during Computex

Jun 23, 16:46

Looking back at the product offerings at the recently concluded Computex Taipei 2009, you couldn't help notice that companies highlighting mobile DTV solutions based on the DVB standard...

New SiRF processor most likely to target mobile TV solutions

Jun 17, 16:04

The recent launch by GPS chip design house Sirf of its SiRFatlasIV multifunction location system processor will most likely target mobile TV applications at first, according to Kanwar...

LGE to begin mass production of mobile DTV chips in June

Apr 21, 11:10

LG Electronics (LGE) has announced that mass production of mobile digital television (DTV) receiver chips will begin in June, setting the stage for widespread availability to the...

MediaTek introduces its first multimedia-rich GSM/GPRS single-chip and presents its first smartphone solution at MWC 2009

Feb 12, 16:37

MediaTek has announced that its first GSM/GPRS single chip, the MT6253. Integrating all essential electronic components, including DBB, ABB, power management unit and RF transceiver...

China market: Aigo, Fuzhou Rockchip cooperate to promote CMMB mobile DTV standard

Aug 27, 13:04

Aigo, a leading own-brand vendor of MP3 players and MP4 players in China, and Fuzhou Rockchip Electronics, a China-based developer/producer of multimedia chipsets used in consumer...

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