Ibiquity Certifies Samsung and Innotek HD Radio Modules


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Shenzhen, China - Oct 8, 2008 - Ibiquity Digital has certified Samsung Electro-Mechanics' new 2023-CR low-power HD Radio module and the LG Innotek TMHS-S001T.

The Samsung module is the first one designed with Samsung's new RF and decoder chipset SEMHDR100A and SEMHDRC200A. In addition to the 2023-CR module, Samsung is preparing a small footprint module for portable applications called the Samsung Core-CR. The target production schedule is the end of 2008.

The HD Radio modules introduced by LG Innotek are the first certified HD Radio modules designed with Siport's SP1010 single-chip HD Radio receiver. The Siport SP1010 solution received full HD Radio certification in mid-August 2008.

LG Innotek is releasing a line of HD Radio modules that incorporate the SP1010 that will offer variations for home audio video receivers with built-in AM and FM antenna connector, miniaturized modules for delivery of broadcast audio and data services on personal navigation devices (PNDs), automotive navigation systems, personal media players (PMPs) and other consumer electronics platforms.



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