Toshiba Launches Dual Picture Video Processor for High Resolution Automotive Panels

- Enhanced LCD resolution and simultaneous displays on two panels -

TOKYO — (BUSINESS WIRE) — March 25, 2016Toshiba Corporation's (TOKYO:6502) Semiconductor & Storage Products Company today announced the launch of “TC90195XBG,” a new dual picture video processor for high resolution automotive displays. Mass production is scheduled to start in June 2016.

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Toshiba: a new dual picture video processor "TC90195XBG" for high resolution automotive displays. (P ...

Toshiba: a new dual picture video processor "TC90195XBG" for high resolution automotive displays. (Photo: Business Wire)

As well as navigation systems, driver support information displays are increasingly used in vehicles, prompting demand for larger panels with higher resolutions. Toshiba’s new video processor supports wide XGA+ (1920x720 resolution) panels, improving on the support for wide VGA (800x480) of the company’s preceding product. It can also simultaneously output two digital video signals, to a wide XGA+ panel and a wide VGA panel; the earlier product output only one signal.

Going forward, Toshiba will continue to expand the line-up of automotive video processing ICs to meet growing demand.

Main Features

  1. Support for High Definition panels
    Connects to wide XGA+ (1920x720) high resolution panels.
  2. Two pictures composition mode and picture separation mode with internal frame memory
    Input stage complies with LVDS (OpenLDI) and LVTTL, and a single image is composed from these two signals and displayed to wide XGA+ panel.
    It can separate the signals and output them independently to two panels, with resolutions of 1280x720 (LVDS output) and 800x480 (LVTTL output).
  3. Built-in picture improver circuit for High Definition panels
    A new picture improver circuit enhances low resolution images for display on high resolution panels.
 

Main Specifications

   
Input / Output Signal & Features Channel
Analog Input: Composite (10bit AD Converter) 1
Digital Input: LVDS (dual or single 2ch, up to 100MHz) 1
Digital Input: RGB (up to 85MHz, 8bit x 3) 1
Digital Input: ITU-R BT.601:D1,D2 or ITU-R BT.656:D1 1
Digital Output: LVDS (dual or single 2ch, up to 100MHz) 1
Digital Output: RGB (8bit x 3 max 54MHz) 1
Digital Output: YCbCr: D2 (8bit 54MHz) 1
Multi-Color Decoder (NTSC, PAL, SECAM ) 1
Picture Improver

(Dynamic YC Gamma, Color Management, HVD Enhancer)

3
Timing Controller 1
Power Supply Voltage   1.2V / 3.3V
 

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