Inova Semiconductors

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Inova Semiconductors articles

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Mezzanine card helps to cut time to market

Mezzanine card helps to cut time to market
A high speed mezzanine card for Intel Cyclone V FPGA boards was launched at embedded world by Inova Semiconductors. The transceiver card has been co-developed by Inova and the Intel Programmable Solutions Group, and enables engineers to easily set-up hardware for testing and system development with the APIX2 automotive video interface.
23rd March 2017

Infotainment system demand for in-car transmission technology

Infotainment system demand for in-car transmission technology
  Based on its APIX technology, Inova Semiconductors have announced that 50 million devices have now been deployed. Due to the increasing numbers of displays and cameras in today’s connected vehicles, the adoption of APIX devices is rapidly accelerating.
11th July 2016

Inova to exhibit at JSAE Automotive Engineering Expositions

Inova to exhibit at JSAE Automotive Engineering Expositions
At the JSAE Automotive Engineering Exposition events in Yokohama and Nagoya, Japan, Inova Semiconductors will demonstrate a range of products based on its leading APIX SerDes (serialiser/deserialiser) technology for in-car video and data communications, including a new APIX transmitter device, an Altera HSMC daughtercard and a 3D ADAS demo.
6th May 2016


HDMI will be part of APIX2 bridge chip

HDMI will be part of APIX2 bridge chip
Inova Semiconductors announces the INAP560T, a high-speed digital multi-channel transmitter for video in vehicles. Typical applications will include infotainment, head units, rear seat entertainment systems, multimedia gateways, head-up displays and cluster instruments. The INAP560T provides transmission at up to 3Gbps, supporting video resolutions up to 720p at 60fps, or 1080p at 30fps, with up to 24-bit colour depth.
23rd February 2016

High-speed multi-channel gigabit link for video & data

High-speed multi-channel gigabit link for video & data
At the Embedded World event in Nuremberg (23rd-25th February), Inova Semiconductors will demonstrate a range of products utilising its latest APIX SerDes (serialiser/deserialiser) technology for in-car video and data communications, including a new APIX transmitter device, an Altera HSMC daughtercard and a 3D ADAS demo.
28th January 2016

12Gb/s transmission enables next-gen infotainment

12Gb/s transmission enables next-gen infotainment
A multi-channel technology for high resolution in-car video applications, Inova Semiconductors has announced APIX3, the latest version of its APIX multi-channel SerDes technology for video and data communication in vehicles. The APIX3 version supports transmission at up to 6Gb/s over a single twisted pair cable and up to 12Gb/s over a quad twisted pair connection, which is four times the speed of the previous-gen devices.
15th October 2015

30m APIX devices shipped for automotive video connectivity

30m APIX devices shipped for automotive video connectivity
Inova Semiconductors announces that 30m devices based on its APIX multi-channel SerDes (serialiser/deserialiser) technology have now been deployed in cars on the road, with customers including BMW and other leading manufacturers. APIX (Automotive Pixel Link) was designed by Inova for high-resolution in-car video applications.
15th September 2015

INOVA Launches APIX2 - Bandwidth of Popular Automotive Pixel Link Now Extended To 3 Gbit/s

INOVA Semiconductors today launches its next generation APIX2 Automotive PIXel link technology for the transmission of multiple data formats over one link. APIX2 is fully backward compatible to 1st generation APIX products. It extends the bandwidth to 3 Gbit/s, facilitating the transmission of multiple data streams - completely independent of each other - over a 4-wire STP copper cable. A 100 Mbit Ethernet channel can also be implemented. APIX2 uses popular and proven low-cost automotive cable and connector solutions.
24th February 2011


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