System-on-chip device

  • 05-Jan-2010 10:12 EST

The SH7777 (SH-NaviJ3) from Renesas Technology America is a system-on-chip (SoC) device for compact portable navigation and infotainment systems and low- and mid-priced dashboard-mounted car navigation and infotainment systems. The third product in the SH-NaviJ series, the SH7777 (SH-NaviJ3) speeds up development through OpenGL ES1.1*1 support and offers enhanced multimedia functions such as terrestrial digital TV broadcast support. The device allows developers to create audio-visual navigation and infotainment systems that combine low cost and compact size in less time. The SH-NaviJ series comprises compact, single-chip SoC devices that provide map rendering functions and high quality based on the SH-Navi series. Already used in a variety of high-end systems, the SH-NaviJ series offers a carefully chosen selection of functions suitable for low-end to mid-range systems.

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