Actions Semiconductor, a provider of mixed-signal system-on-a-chip (SoC) and multimedia digital signal processing (DSP) offerings for portable consumer electronics, has introduced a new Series 25 product family, which is currently moving into mass production.
According to Actions Semiconductor, the new Series 25 product family serves the D1 (720 * 576 pixels) video MP4 markets plus DV camera functions. It features a dual core processor by integrating a 32 bit MCU for video codec and a 24 bit DSP for audio codec.
With enhanced designs in Sigma-delta DAC/ADC, analog circuit, PLL and video accelerator, the new product family supports formats including VC-1, MPEG4, H.264, RMVB, MJPEG, H.263, FLV video decoder up to D1 resolution 30 frames per second (fps), MPEG4 video encoder up to VGA 30fps, WMA, and MP3 Audio Decoder/Encoder, the company said..
In addition, the product family features high-speed processing with low power- consumption, supports 24 bit ECC function, 34 nanometer NAND flash, mainstream flash cards, and also applies to different external power supplies and power controls. Its LCD driver can support both CPU and RGB TFT panel formats as well as WQVGA resolutions.
Niccolo Chen, CEO of Actions Semiconductor, said: We are very pleased to see continued momentum with our new product introductions. Our expanded product portfolio and commitment to continued innovation are integral components of our long term growth strategy.