Eight-channel video/audio decoder

  • 20-Dec-2011 10:11 EST

The CX25828 from Conexant Systems features eight high-quality NTSC/PAL (National Television System Committee/Phase Alternating Line) video decoders, nine audio analog-to-digital converters (ADCs), and one audio digital-to-analog converter for audio playback or two-way communication applications. Although the new system-on-chip is the latest in a line of products from Conexant designed specifically for advanced, high-capacity DVR video surveillance products, it additionally offers an industrial temperature grade version that is suitable for the growing automotive market. According to Conexant, the highly flexible eight-channel video/audio decoder is designed with 10-bit ADCs and five-line comb filtering for optimal color separation, generating the highest quality digital video output with the lowest possible noise and cross-luma/cross-chroma artifacts.

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