Samsung Electro-Mechanics selects AltoBeam demodulator ICsMonday, November 3rd, 2014
Samsung Electro-Mechanics Adopts the ATBM781XB DVB-T2/T/C/S2/S Demodulators from AltoBeam
BEIJING & SUWON, South Korea — AltoBeam, a developer of advanced DTV demodulators, today announces that, Samsung Electro-Mechanics (SEMCO), the manufacturer of high-tech integrated components of electronics and mechanical devices for all electrical devices, has selected AltoBeam’s ATBM7811B and ATBM7812B demodulator chips, for SEMCO’s new tuner modules supporting the reception of DVB-T2/T/C/S2/S digital television broadcastings, the DNOQ44QAH109A and DNOQ44QAV109A.
Certified by the authoritative agencies in Europe following the latest testing specifications (RF components) of NorDig Unified Spec V2.4, NorDig Unified Test Spec V2.2.2 and D-Book 7 V2, the ATBM781XB series chips are in full compliance with the latest version of all related DVB specifications, including ETSI EN 302 755 V1.3.1 (DVB-T2), ETSI EN 300 744 V1.6.1 (DVB-T), ETSI EN 300 429 V1.2.1 (DVB-C), ETSI EN 302 307 V1.2.1 (DVB-S2) and ETSI EN 300 421 V1.1.2 (DVB-S).
“For years, Samsung Electro-Mechanics has been using AltoBeam’s DTMB/DVB-C demodulators in China-bound tuner modules. We are satisfied with their consistent performance and reliability,” said Jack Jun, the Principal Engineer of Samsung Electro-Mechanics. “Their new ATBM781XB demodulators also performed excellently in the field test conducted earlier in Europe and Southeast Asia, especially while working in the complicated terrestrial environments or with the uncommonly configured transmitters. The ATBM781XB will contribute to establishing our DNOQ44QAH109A and DNOQ44QAV109A as the most cost-effective tuner modules with the best performances in market.”
“Samsung Electro-Mechanics is one of the largest corporations in Korea and the global leader in TV NIM industry. We are honored that our products have been chosen by Samsung Electro-Mechanics for DVB market in addition to the DTMB market,” said Dr. Steve Chaohuang Zeng, the CEO of AltoBeam. “This success is another testimony from one of our most important customers that AltoBeam has firmly established itself as a reliable long-term business partner.”
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