Supporting Digital Television Trends with Next-Generation FPGAs

Question: What do the following items have in common?

  • iPhones
  • Avatar 3D (James Cameron's new movie)
  • Digital SLR cameras
  • LCD digital televisions

Answer: They are all evidence that consumers strongly prefer products with "stunning" visuals.

This white paper shows how these trends towards new features and faster introduction rates of new models are fueling increased FPGA use within high-definition television electronics.

Author:  Tom Schulte, Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Low Cost Products Group, Altera Corporation

Tom Schulte joined Altera in 1994 and currently works in Altera's low-cost products group as a senior marketing manager. In this capacity, Schulte is responsible for developing marketing strategies around Altera's Cyclone FPGA and MAX CPLD product families. Prior to Altera, he served as a product marketing engineer in IDT's Subsystems Division. Schulte holds a BS in Electrical Engineering from Santa Clara University.

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