Chip maker NxtWave Communications has partnered with Teralogic to develop a reference design for DTV-on-the-PC receiver boards.
The Cornerstone reference design from NxtWave and TeraLogic is designed to make digital television reception on PCs available to consumers for less than $300. It incorporates NxtWave's NXT2000 8-VSB receiver chip and TeraLogic's Janus decoder chip, which decodes all 18 ATSC digital TV formats.
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