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Thursday, October 21, 2004
NeuNeo HVD108 DVD Player

2. Main Chipset

NeuNeo HVD108 DVD Player - Page 2

Main Chipset

The AML3400 HD A/V processor is a completely integrated system targeting all types of high definition Audio/Video processing applications. The AML3400 combines full function MPEG-2 and HVD decoding, numerous dedicated and general-purpose peripherals, and an embedded 32-bit host CPU in a single device. The AML34QG has two high speed AMRISC™ 24-bit RISC processors with special instructions to accommodate audio and HD video digital signal processing.

The embedded 32-bit host CPU handles system initialization, DVD navigation and other system applications. The AML3400 A/V processor provides a glueless interface to all external components ATAPI loaders, Thomson serial front-end devices, audio DACs and memory. Numerous general-purpose I/O pins can be used to control the front panel display and other miscellaneous tasks. The Flash interface allows the Flash memory to be shared with the front-end chip to reduce system cost in mono-board designs. Together, the embedded host CPU and special glueless interfaces reduce the total system cost for high definition A/V applications.

The AML34QO HD A/V processor is equipped with an NTSC/PAL TV encoder, picture-in-picture (PIP), and picture in graphics (PIG) capability. It supports S-Video, composite, YUV component and RGB. The video encoder also supports high-quality de-interlaced progressive scan (48Qp/576p) with full Macrovision support. Contrast enhancement, hue adjustment, video scaling, video interpolation, pan-scan, letter-box, and zoom are also supported. The AML3400 supports High Definition Output (720p/1080i/1080p) and supports simultaneous output of progressive (480p) and interlaced (48Qi) video. In addition, built in Video DACs complement the video encoder further reducing system cost.

The integrated AMRISC™ RISC processor is designed to support advanced digital audio processing. The micro-coded engine provides support for all existing audio formats and it also has enough flexibility and headroom to accommodate future audio standards. Popular audio formats like Dolby AC-3 5,1, DTS, HDCO, MP-3 and WMA are supported. The AML34QO also has an IEC958 digital input to accommodate DVD A/V Receiver applications.


DVD HVD Decoding
- HVD Standard compliant
- MPEG-2ML/MP conforming to ISO-13818
- MPEG-l ML/MP conforming to ISO-1H72
- On-Chip CSS descrambler
- Compliant with DVD Specification 1.0 for ready-only Disc decoding
- Advanced error detection, concealment, and recovery scheme
- Backward compatible VCD {1.0 -2.0) decoding
- Super VCD decoding
- High speed AMRISC™ 24-bit RISC CPU with special instruction extensions designed specifically for MPEG and HVD decoding

Built-in TV encoder
- Six 10-bit video DACs
- Real-time interlaced NT5C output 720xdeo at 30fps and PAL 720x576 ai 25fps Macrovision 7.1L1 anti-taping process
- NTSC Progressive output (480p) at 60fps, PAL Progressive (576p) at 50fps Macrovision 1,03 anti-taping process&s
- Interlaced: S-Video. component, composite and SCART output
- Closed caption
- Simultaneous output of Progressive and Interlaced video
- Progressive RGB and VGA output

Built-in Host CPU
- 32-bit CPU dedicated for user applications
- Embedded debug interface using ICE/JTAG
- Able to utilize MPEG SDRAM as run time data storage for minimal system cost
- configurable for 16-tit wide SDRAM
- Supports 8 or 16-bit EPROM or Flash
- The Flash can be shared with Front-End chips

- Full MPEG-2 main profile @ main level 4~2:0 video decoding
- On-Screen-Display (OSD) capable of supporting up to 256 colors
- OSD Alpha-blending over video display
- Video Zoom in for visual effects
- Built-in full screen NTSC to PAL scaling or vice-versa
- Built-in logic and data channel for Picture-in-Picture (PIP| and Picture-in-Graphic (PIG) or vice-versa
- Built-in contrast enhancement, hue adjustment, and flesh tone correction features
- Built-in hardware for video interpolation and decimation
- Supports maximum zoom ratio up to 8x
- OSD is 16 color programmable

- Anti-flicker hardware for interlaced video
- Supports high speed dock move for panning
- Built-in 2D graphics accelerator
- Dedicated graphics display controller separate from MPEG engine for optimal video overlay performance
- High Resolution graphics ARC processor and memory
- Supports NTSC and PAL graphics modes with maximum 64k color
- Video overlay with graphics and vice-versa
- Built-in graphics conversion unit for 16-bit RGB graphics (C5-6-5) data conversion to CCIRG01 Cobra 4:2:2 TV encoder output format
- Unified MPEG and graphics memory architecture for maximum flexibility and system cost savings

Peripherals and Interface
- Supports glueless interface to DVD DSP, CD DSP, and DVD-ROM devices
- Direct connection to Audio DACs using 12S
- 14+ General Purpose I/O pins
- IDE with DMA transfer supporting up to 2 IDE devices such as ATARI DVD-ROM or hard drive
- Philips Bufferless ATAPI interface
- Thomson Multimedia Serial interface
- Smart Media interface/Compact Flash/SD
- NEC Encoder interface UPD61051
- Philips Encoder interface SAA6752HS

- 208-pin PQFP/12e-pin PQFP
- 1.8V operating voltage. 5V tolerant inputs. 3.3V outputs

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