Sunday, January 10, 2010

Telegent Announces Design Wins for Mobile TV

Malata, a top 50 China consumer electronics company, has selected Telegent Systems' television-on-a-chip solution for a mini-TV design. Malata's mini-TV is the first standalone TV+FM consumer electronics product based on Telegent's technology, enabling consumers to receive the same live television broadcasts that they view on larger conventional TV sets, while on the go.

Malata's mini-TV is a portable television with a screen size of 2.4, 2.8 or 3.0 inches, supporting global analog television standards NTSC, PAL and SECAM.

Telegent said its TLG1120 television-on-a-chip enables the mini-TV to deliver superior picture quality and low-power consumption under mobile and portable conditions.

In addition, MobilMAX, a Taiwanese ODM, has incorporated Telegent's analog mobile TV receiver into two CDMA TV handset designs that were recently launched. With these designs, MobilMAX brings together its expertise in CDMA and GSM technologies and operator-grade solutions with a free-to-air TV feature that enables consumers to view the same live TV programming that they watch on conventional TV sets. MobilMAX's analog TV handsets include the C889MA, a slim metal design with a high quality QCIF display, and the CG968A, a dual-mode CDMA/GSM handset with a 2.4" QVGA touchscreen.


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