Video processor Toshiba TC90175XBG designed for automotive displays with resolutions up to Full HD

Toshiba introduced the video processor TC90175XBG for automotive high-resolution displays. At the level of insights it is compatible with the model Toshiba TC90195XBG, released in March.

The new GPU supports resolutions up to 1920 x 1080 pixels, whereas its predecessor was able to work with a resolution of up to 1920 x 720 pixels. As before, it is possible to connect two panels of lower resolution. However, unlike TC90195XBG not supported combining images from two different sources, allowing to reduce the frame buffer. Built-in circuit improve the quality of the image by gamma correction provides more value contrast than in previous models. It also allows you to adjust color settings.

The chip has an analog input for the composite video signal with 10-bit ADC) digital inputs LVDS (one or two channel, frequency up to 100 MHz), RGB (up to 85 MHz, 8 bits x 3) and YUV (up to 85 MHz, 8 bits x 3). The list includes LVDS (one or two channel, frequency up to 100 MHz), RGB (up to 85 MHz, 8 bits x 3) and YUV (up to 85 MHz, 8 bits x 3). Part of the video includes a generic decoder (NTSC, PAL, SECAM). The chip needs a supply voltage of 1.2 V and 3.3 V.

Source: Toshiba

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