Semiconductors and Semiconductor Equipment
Company Overview of AltoBeam (BJ) Technology Co., Ltd.
AltoBeam (BJ) Technology Co., Ltd., a fabless IC design company, develops receiver and demodulator IC products for the digital television (DTV) industry globally. It sells its products through agents in Japan and Taiwan. AltoBeam (BJ) Technology Co., Ltd. was founded in 2007 and is based in Beijing, China with additional offices, and R&D and customer support facilities in Beijing and Shenzhen, China San Jose; and Seoul, Korea.
B701, R&D Plaza
Tsinghua Science Park
Founded in 2007
Key Executives for AltoBeam (BJ) Technology Co., Ltd.
Founder, Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer
Vice President of Analog Design and Operations
Vice President of Engineering
Vice President of Domestic Sales
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2014.
AltoBeam (BJ) Technology Co., Ltd. Key Developments
Samsung Electro-Mechanics Adopts ATBM781XB DVB-T2/T/C/S2/S Demodulators from AltoBeam
Nov 3 14
AltoBeam announced that, Samsung Electro-Mechanics (SEMCO) has selected AltoBeam's ATBM7811B and ATBM7812B demodulator chips, for SEMCO's new tuner modules supporting the reception of DVB-T2/T/C/S2/S digital television broadcastings, the DNOQ44QAH109A and DNOQ44QAV109A.
AltoBeam and UMC Demonstrate DVB-T2/T/C/S2/S Demodulator
Jul 30 13
AltoBeam and United Microelectronics Corporation announced the release of AltoBeam's DVB-T2/T/C/S2/S demodulator to target DTV markets that have adopted these standards. The ATBM7812 utilizes UMC's proprietary URAM embedded memory technology on 300mm wafers to enable higher performance and smaller chip size. The ATBM7812 is in full compliance with the following latest DVB specifications: ETSI EN 302 755 V1.3.1 (DVB-T2), ETSI EN 300 744 V1.6.1 (DVB-T), ETSI EN 300 429 V1.2.1 (DVB-C), ETSI EN 302 307 V1.2.1 (DVB-S2) and ETSI EN 300 421 V1.1.2 (DVB-S). In addition, the ATBM7812 fully satisfies the following latest agency specifications (RF components): NorDig Unified Spec V2.4 and NorDig Unified Test Spec V2.2.2 and D-Book 7 V2. A team of AltoBeam engineers successfully demonstrated an ATBM7812-powered STB in the Broadcast Asia Conference held in Singapore between June 18 and 21, 2013. The ATBM7812 showed excellent receiving robustness in demodulating various DVB-T2 broadcasting signals, including multi-PLP with L1 post-scrambling and T2-Lite.
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