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    2. 2. Features

    Multistandard advance demodulator STB0899 Digital TV satellite set-top boxes

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    Description

    The STB0899 advanced demodulator from STMicroelectronics enables digital set-top boxes to process base-band DVB-S2 signals into digital video transport stream data. This data is then ready to be fed directly to the STB decoder. By incorporating the DVB-S standard, the STB0899 supports seamless migration to DVB-S2 services. The STB0899 and STB6100 silicon tuner may be coupled with a decoder from ST’s OMEGA range, thus forming a complete silicon solution for DVB-S / DVB-S2 set-top boxes. The interface between these devices has been designed to ensure simple layouts and the lowest possible bill of materials cost.

    Features

    • DVB-Q2 demodulator and decoder
    • – QPSK, 8PSK, 4 + 12 APSK
    • – Hierarchical 8PSK enhanced processor
    • – DVB-S2 pilot processing
    • – LDPC and BCH decoding
    • – Supports all DVB-S2 bit rates
    • – DVB-S2 framing
    • Legacy support for DVB-S and DIRECTV® QPSK modes
    • Digital carrier and timing recovery loops
    • Compatible with direct conversion tuners
    • – Dual 8-bit analogue conversion
    • –Dual Σ∆ digital split AGC RF/BB
    • – Wide range carrier tracking loop
    • – Flexible clock generation
    • Transport decoder
    • – Compliant with DVB common interface
    • – 12-bit parallel and 7-bit serial interface
    • DiSEqC 2.0 22 kHz to 100 kHz interface
    • TQPFP 100 exposed pad package

    Source: http://www.st.com/stonline/products/literature/bd/11107.pdf




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