FSEU announces new addition to graphics controller range
Mar 01, 2012 (Datamonitor via COMTEX) --
Fujitsu Semiconductor Europe, or FSEU, has announced the addition of MB88F334 Indigo2, a single-chip graphics solution for automotive display systems, to its graphics controller range.
MB88F334 'Indigo2' lies with the serial APIX2 interface from Inova Semiconductors. The new standard in image and peripheral data throughput meets the requirements of the in-vehicle display applications. Other features include an option for transmitting video data using HDCP (High-Bandwidth Digital Content Protection) encryption in order to protect copyright, plus Ethernet communication via APIX, the company said.
Additional peripheral functionality such as stepping motor control, pulse-width modulators, ADCs, I2C, UARTs and a sound generator are also integrated into the MB88F334 'Indigo2'. With these features, the component covers all of the peripheral functions required by a display subsystem. Typical applications for these interfaces include dashboard display instrumentation, background lighting control, LEDs, sensors and on-board communication.
MB88F334 'Indigo2' requires no external memory, it makes a key contribution to optimizing material costs for centralized data displays and other display-based systems. Graphics processing is based on the line buffer principle, which eliminates the need for expensive (internal or external) frame buffer storage, the company added.
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