Texas Instruments is pushing the boundaries of 4K Ultra High Definition (UHD) technology with an expanded family of chipsets to bring 4K UHD technology to new applications. Building on the introduction of the DLP660TE chipset, the first affordable 4K UHD offering in the industry, the portfolio now includes two smaller chipsets, the DLP470TE and DLP470TP, to expand the sharp image capabilities of 4K UHD into a broader range of end equipment.
Developers can now design DLP 4K UHD technology into a variety of end products such as laser TVs, mobile smart TVs, digital signage displays, smart home displays, pico projectors, business and education projectors.
The chipsets span a wide range of power, size, brightness and performance levels to help designers achieve any 4K UHD end-equipment objective.
Each DLP 4K UHD chipset exceeds the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) definition for 4K UHD technology, displaying over eight million pixels on the screen.
Key features and benefits of the chipsets
TI collaborates with the most extensive ecosystem of optical engine manufacturers in the industry. This offers developers a path to production-ready optical engines, reducing design time and helping companies get their innovative products to market faster.