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Thursday, February 08, 2007
NEC and Telegent Systems Develop Mobile TV Solution for Cellular Phones


NEC and Telegent Systems announced that the companies will be showing a Mobile TV over-the-air technology demonstration at 3GSM in Barcelona, Spain.

NEC Electronics' application processor and Telegent Systems' TV-on-a-Chip together enable simultaneous, high definition multimedia capabilities that today's mobile power users require ? all with low power consumption. The demonstration will show video reception, high-performance video processing, and low power consumption (maximizes battery life) on the cellular phone platform, making Mobile TV a reality today.

Telegent Systems' solutions are based on the company's SureTrak technology, which integrates all major Mobile TV receiver functionalities, from antenna input to digital video output. The SureTrak technology reduces the power consumption, and allows up to 4.5 hours of viewing time on cell phones. Through its Multipath and Doppler compensation algorithm, SureTrak preserves the video quality in a mobile environment, and has been proven to be robust at speeds in excess of 430km per hour (265 miles per hour), while maintaining audio fidelity.

Reference design kits based on NEC Electronics' application processor are available now. NEC Electronics is also developing new reference designs based on the company's Medity solution for 3G handsets. Telegent Systems' TLG1100 is in production now.


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