Micronas' New Frame Rate Converter Enables HDTVs To Hit 120 FPS

Posted: Aug 14 2007, 11:49am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 3:20am CDT, in News | Other Stuff


Micronas' New Frame Rate Converter Enables HDTVs to hit 120 FPS
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Micronas, a leading supplier of application-specific IC system solutions for consumer electronics announced today that their new fourth generation FRC 94xyM full HD frame rate converter is sampling to OEMs.

The new frame rate converter is able to eliminate motion blur, and film judder on Full HD 1080p TVs. The new processor is able to generate 120 frames per second from 50/60Hz broadcast content and from 24 fps film sources.

With many HDTV makers moving to 100/120Hz LCD technology this new frame rate converter could help make TV viewing more enjoyable and give us better image quality.

“With the 4th generation truD FHD 120, Micronas is building on the success of its truD motion vector estimation and compensation technology, proven in high volume markets at leading television manufacturers,” says Johann Weierer, Product Marketing Manager at Micronas. “This system is the perfect answer for Full HD 100/120Hz LCD and Full HD high frame rate Plasma TVs, raising the bar for picture quality in Full HD resolution. Sports and movies look as sharp and real as scenic panoramas, because the LCD-inherent motion blur and movie film judder are eliminated.”

Via Micronas

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