Microtune has designs on 'Plug & Play'

May 2004
CED;May2004, Vol. 30 Issue 5, p14
Trade Publication
Introduces Microtune Inc.'s "Plug & Play" reference design based on the company's 1-GHz silicon tuner, the MicroTuner MT2121. Key features of the design; Microtune's plan to market the design to consumer electronics manufacturers that plan on creating digital televisions that comply with the Federal Communications Commission-approved Plug & Play agreement.


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