Personal Media Player - DVB-T module|
Royal Philips Electronics will also be demonstrating the Philips Nexperia Personal Media Player (PMP) system solution, which has been enhanced to include an optional DVB-T module (the PDD2016) for reception of live digital TV on portable media players and personal digital assistants (PDAs). The module offers best in class high-resolution video performance while maintaining low power consumption, and can also be provided with an embedded antenna, which is unique in its class.
Philips Semiconductors - Delivering on the promise
Gert-Jan Kaat, senior vice president and general manager of the Mobile & Personal Business Unit at Philips Semiconductors believes Philips has a unique position in the market for entertaining the Connected Consumer: "With our heritage in consumer electronics and our expertise in the automotive, portable and mobile arenas, we're ideally positioned to enable entertainment applications at home or on the move. The solutions we're displaying at IFA demonstrate how we're delivering on our promise, connecting consumers to each other and entertainment, information, services and each other anytime, anywhere."
Royal Philips Electronics - TV on Mobile
Philips is paving the way for TV-on-Mobile, enabling consumers to connect to live TV, as well as pictures, movies and music. Its DVB-H BGT210 solution (containing the TDA18281 tuner and TDA10105 channel IC) contains all the functionality of a complete digital TV front-end receiver. Low power consumption means manufacturers will be able to offer consumers the ability to watch TV for over 10 hours before needing to recharge, and the small chip size makes it easier to integrate the module into mobile phones. The solution incorporates Philips' LifeVibes software, which improves multimedia performance and enhances the mobile experience.
Consumer electronics - New Nexperia
Consumers are increasingly demanding mobility, personalization and to be online everywhere, including their cars. As a leader in connected consumer electronics and automotive entertainment, Philips is enabling carmakers to meet that demand with the development of integrated infotainment systems for the automotive environment. The first in its new family of Nexperia automotive media processors is a highly integrated device featuring an ARM core and dedicated audio DSP. Incorporating a host of features including audio decoding, Flash memory and HDD control, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi connectivity, video playback and Digital Rights Management, the new processor is set to become the heart of in-car entertainment solutions. In addition, as applications evolve so will the Nexperia automotive media processor family, which will be extended to support advanced functionality such as video decoding and connectivity capabilities. Philips will also be demonstrating its first dedicated coprocessor designed for in-car entertainment systems to decode Digital Radio Mondiale signals, the universal, non-proprietary digital AM radio system with FM sound quality available around the world. The Nexperia-based chip integrates seamlessly with existing Philips DSP-based car radio platforms, allowing a simple upgrade from existing AM/FM designs.
Philips - Bleutooth and Wi-Fi
Visitors at IFA can discover seamless, simple and secure communication between Bluetooth and Wi-Fi equipped devices enabled by NFC, the touch-based technology. Philips will demonstrate the ease and flexibility with which these devices can be paired to share rich multimedia content and to connect to the Internet. These two demonstrations will explain how anyone can initiate sophisticated wireless networks rapidly and easily.