Video processor features reduced frame memory

Article By : Toshiba

TC90175XBG targets applications that do not require two-picture composition.

Driver support information displays are increasingly used in vehicles, for applications other than navigation, prompting demand for larger, higher resolution panels. To address this need, Toshiba Corporation has launched TC90175XBG, a new addition to its line-up of video processors for high resolution automotive displays.

Toshiba’s new processor TC90175XBG has a pin layout compatible with the already launched TC90195XBG, which supports composition of two pictures in a single display. TC90175XBG has a reduced frame memory and targets applications that do not require two-picture composition. Users can select the ICs according to desired application.

The new video processor supports Full HD (1920 x 1080) panels, improving on the support for wide VGA (800 x 480) of the company’s earlier products. It can also simultaneously output two digital video signals, to a Full HD panel and a wide XGA panel; earlier products output only one signal.

Sample shipments have already begun, with mass production scheduled to start in the first half of FY2017.

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