|National Semiconductor Brings HDCP to Your Car|
|Home Theater News General News|
|Written by Dick Ward|
|Wednesday, 13 October 2010|
The newest chipset from National Semiconductor boasts HDCP and the ability to handle 720p content. That means Blu-ray players in your car are next on the list. The chipset, known as the FPD-Link III, uses the DS90UH925Q serializer and DS90UH926Q deserializer.
National Semiconductor says their new chipset can handle 24-bit color video data over distances of 10 meters which allows designers to create a modular platform of source and display options.
The new serializer and deserializer are sampling now and are expected to go into full production in the second quarter of 2011.