Development of the world’s smallest video decoder by OKI
Demand for security and surveillance video system is on the rise but these system very often must fit into a small spaces requiring compact video recorders capable of operating from a single compact power supply. To satisfy this demand OKI Semiconductor has developed the world’s smallest video decoder LSI. The ML86V76651 features a low power consumption and support for three TV signal formats namely NTSC, PAL and SECAM. The ML86V76651 using a single power supply of 1.8V with an ultra compact size of 3.8 x 3.7 mm W-CSP (Wafer-level Chip Size Package) which is 60% smaller than conventional mold packages. The guaranteed operating temperature for ML86V76651 ranges from -40 to +85 degrees Celsius well over the requirements for typical household applications. The ML86V76651 will help with reduction of number of parts required for, resulting in smaller PCB size which is used in security camera systems as well as vehicle mounted camera system and at same time reducing the over all costs. To meet various design requirements, the ML86V76651 is available in the widely used 36-pin WQFN and 48-pin TQFP packages, as well as the ultra compact 36-pin.
Sample shipments are scheduled for June 2009 and a full-scale product launch is scheduled for September of 2009.