LCD display processors

  • 02-Sep-2008 02:45 EDT

Techwell's TW8813 LCD controller provides flexibility and enhanced video performance for automotive infotainment applications including rear seat entertainment and multifunction head units. The device features a built-in LVDS interface and options of single 24-bit digital input or dual 18-bit digital inputs. It supports analog RGB, digital RGB, composite, and other formats. Through multiple input ports, the system can display video and graphic content directly from various devices including TV tuners, DVD players, backup camers, DTV/DMB receivers, and navigation/GPS receivers.

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