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Telegent announces TV-receiver chip for notebooks

updated 06:55 pm EST, Mon January 19, 2009

Notebook TV chip

Talegent Systems has announced the TLG2300, its latest component for bringing TV functionality to portable devices. The CMOS chip works as a TV and FM receiver, with support for digital DVB-T signals in addition to analog standards including SECAM, PAL and NTSC. The company claims that the power consumption and small size of the chip will allow integration into smaller devices such as netbooks. The system also offers 2D comb filtering, dynamic multi-path fading and Doppler compensation for use in mobile applications.

The TLG2300 is currently sampling with customers. The company has not yet announced which devices will include the chip.



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