SiTune Unveils Mobile DVB-T CMOS SoC Exceeding MBRAI Specification

Wednesday, March 31st, 2010 
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SAN JOSE, Calif. — 2010 NAB Show — SiTune Corporation, a leader in CMOS radio-frequency (RF), Mixed signal and signal processing solutions for mobile, cable and broadcast television announced a state of the art and revolutionary mobile DVB-T receiver SOC. STN-10R3000 is a highly integrated mobile DVB-T demodulator plus multi-band RF tuner in a single die with small foot print that deliver best signal reception and mobility performance in all modes of the DVB-T standard especially in 64 QAM modulation.

Precise and clear reception of DVB-T signal in different modulations in both fixed and mobile application is achieved by integration of SiTune advance mobile RF tuner architecture (P2TUNE) with SiTune latest COFDM based demodulator. STN10R3000 is packed with state of art signal processing techniques and multifaceted algorithms. “This unique low cost chip is implemented in the advanced 130 nm CMOS process to deliver a comprehensive solution that minimizes customer development time and cost,” said Vahid Toosi President and CEO of SiTune Corporation ”STN10R3000 resolves mobile DVB-T challenges by achieving best in class Doppler and reception performance under low power consumption while surpassing MBRAI2.0 and NorDig 2.0 specification with wide margin with a small foot print and minimum BOM cost.”

Availability

SiTune will demonstrate the STN-10R3000 by appointment during NAB SHOW 2010 (US/Las Vegas) (April 13-14). Limited Engineering Samples and evaluation kits are available now with production release in Q2 2010.