Set-top Boxes

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Set-top boxes are multimedia devices that, in its simplest form connect the dish antenna or cable broadcast (CATV) to a format that can be displayed by the consumer’s TV. Its key functions are decoding incoming signals, verifying access rights and displaying cinema quality picture and sound.

A typical set-top box has multiple serial I/O ports to support multimedia connectivity. Common among them are HDMI, USB, video, cable/satellite input. A simplified set-top box I/O diagram showcases this. Bourns offers protection solution for set-top box I/O ports that are exposed to indoor and outdoor surge/ESD events. Please click on the Products tab above to see a selection.


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