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$10,970.40

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Features and Applications

The MCIMX31DVMN5D is a Multimedia Applications Processor. It comes in a 457 pin PBGA package. The MCIMX31DVMN5D is designed for high-tier, mid-tier Smartphone markets, and portable media players. It provides low-power solutions for high-performance demanding multimedia and graphics applications.

The i.MX31 and i.MX31L processors unplug multimedia, driving video and graphics to VGA 30 fps of quality with power to spare to perform other tasks simultaneously. Based on an ARM1136JF-S™ core, Freescale’s i.MX31 and i.MX31L processors, starting at 400 MHz up to 532 MHz, with a vector floating point coprocessor and L2 cache, are designed for any wireless device running computationally intensive multimedia applications such as portable media players and portable navigation devices.
 
 
They are also ideal for mobile devices favored by the power user who keeps several applications running at once. Target devices include feature rich smartphones, digital video recorders, digital cameras, mobile gaming consoles, mobile multimedia players and many other mobile wireless applications.

Features :

  • Multimedia and floating-point hardware acceleration supporting:
    • MPEG-4 real-time encode of up to VGA at 30 fps
    • MPEG-4 real-time video post-processing of up to VGA at 30 fps
    • Video conference call of up to QCIF-30 fps (decoder in software), 128 kbps
    • Video streaming (playback) of up to VGA-30 fps, 384 kbps
    • 3D graphics and other applications acceleration with the ARM® tightly-coupled Vector Floating Point co-processor
    • On-the-fly video processing that reduces system memory load (for example, the
      power-efficient viewfinder application with no involvement of either the memory system or the
      ARM CPU)
  • Advanced power management
    • Dynamic voltage and frequency scaling
    • Multiple clock and power domains
    • Independent gating of power domains
  • Multiple communication and expansion ports including a fast parallel interface to an external
    graphic accelerator (supporting major graphic accelerator vendors)
  • Security