Microtune®, Inc. (NASDAQ: TUNE) announced that Delphi, one of the world’s largest OEM automotive electronics systems suppliers, is deploying Microtune’s new MT2067 tuner in the TV receiver system of its factory-installed front and rear seat entertainment systems targeted for Europe and Japan.
“We are pleased to be working with Delphi as it advances the in-vehicle market for premier digital TV entertainment,” said James A. Fontaine, Microtune President and CEO. “We have enjoyed a long-term relationship with the company as an RF component supplier. Delphi adopted our new automotive TV tuner based not only on our past successful collaboration, but also because of our recognized position as the industry leader in TV tuner-chip electronics.”
Last December Microtune introduced the MicroTuner[tm] MT2067, a first-of-its-kind analog/digital tuner chip developed specifically for in-car digital TV. Based on the Company’s patented radio frequency (RF) silicon technology, the MT2067 is a world-standard, automotive-grade tuner engineered to provide superior, stable broadcast reception in fast-moving vehicles. At 7 x 7 millimeters, the miniature MT2067 tuner offers state-of-the-art chip technology for advanced automotive electronics systems, while also supporting global TV receiver platforms (NTSC, PAL, SECAM, DVB-T, DVB-H, ISDB-T, DTMB, ATSC and ATSC-M/H).
FOR MORE INFORMATION
For more information about the MT2067 tuner, Microtune’s new MT1119 antenna amplifier or its complete suite of automotive products, visit the automotive sections of the Company’s website. Additionally, to read about the issues and complexities of designing in-car TV for automotive systems, please see Microtune’s White Paper, “TECHNICAL AND QUALITY CHALLENGES OF HIGH-SPEED AUTOMOTIVE TV DESIGN,” also available on the Company’s website. Finally, Mr. Barry Koch, Microtune’s Managing Director of Microtune GmbH & Co., KG, also shares his view of automotive market trends and opportunities in an interview available online.
Microtune, Inc. is a silicon and subsystems company that designs and markets radio frequency (RF) solutions for the worldwide broadband communications and transportation electronics markets. Inventor of the MicroTuner(TM) single-chip broadband tuner, Microtune offers a portfolio of advanced tuner, amplifier, and upconverter products that enable the delivery of information and entertainment across new classes of consumer and automotive entertainment electronics. The Company currently holds 83 U.S. patents for its technology. Founded in 1996, Microtune is headquartered in Plano, Texas, with key design and sales centers located around the world.