ATSC-MH Demodulator Core for the US Mobile DTV Market from Iberium Communications

Aug 30, 2010, 00:00 ET from Iberium Communications, Inc.

SAN FRANCISCO, Aug. 30 /PRNewswire/ -- Iberium Communications, Inc., a leading provider of digital television (DTV) demodulation intellectual property, announced today availability of its Santana digital demodulator core for the US mobile DTV market. The core is fully compliant with the mobile DTV standard ATSC-MH (A/153) ratified in October of 2009. The new Santana ATSC-MH (A/153) core, along with the existing Garcia ATSC (A/53)/QAM demodulator core, completes the company's portfolio of products for the ATSC-based DTV markets, such as North America and Korea.

The Santana A/153 core targets next generation mobile devices  - i.e., mobile phones, portable media players, laptop and notebook computers, etc. - and utilizes advanced algorithmic features such as time-sliced operation and an efficient ASIC microarchitecture design to provide IC vendors with a low cost, low power solution that will meet the demands of next generation consumer products. The design of the Santana core is highly customizable in order to meet diverse customer needs and requirements. The company also announced that it is working with interested parties on customization and silicon implementation of the core.

About Iberium Communications

Iberium Communications is a San Francisco, CA, based company with engineering offices in Doylestown, PA, engaged in the design, development and marketing of semiconductor IP cores for the reception of DTV signals for multiple transmission standards. Company's products include DTV demodulator cores for the global DTV market (ATSC, ATSC-M/H, DTMB, DVB, ISDB). For more information, visit

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