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NVIDIA Tegra 3 to use low-power LVDS transmitters

Posted on Monday, December 19 2011 @ 22:28:48 CET by


VR Zone received word that NVIDIA's Tegra 3 SoC will adopt THine Electronics' low-power LVDS transmitters to save more power:
The THC63LVD827 and THC63LVDM87 transmitters come in small form at 7mm x 7mm and 5mm x 5mm, in 72pin and 49pin models respectively. Power consumption is 83mW for the former and 43mW for the latter. They also tout a flexible input/output mode, power down mode, and the input clock triggering edge can be selectable by an R/F pin.

The partnership represents a union of world records, as the Tegra 3 is the first quad-core mobile processor and THine's LVDS transmitters consume the lowest amount of power, up to two thirds less, compared to similar products, enhancing the existing low power features of Nvidia's mobile platform.




 



 

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