FROM SOFTWARE DEFINED RADIO TO SOFTWARE DEFINED SYSTEMS
FROM SOFTWARE DEFINED RADIO TO SOFTWARE DEFINED SYSTEMS

SDR has become the de facto technology for radio architectures for mobile infrastructure, military radios, public safety radios and even commercial mobile devices. But it’s not enough to meet the future demands and requirements of these systems. To discover why not, please read on!

FROM SOFTWARE DEFINED RADIO TO SOFTWARE DEFINED SYSTEMS

FROM SOFTWARE DEFINED RADIO TO SOFTWARE DEFINED SYSTEMS
BEYOND 4G: VIDEO PROCESSING AT THE EDGE
BEYOND 4G: VIDEO PROCESSING AT THE EDGE

The wireless bandwidth explosion is being driven by video. As a result, one of the biggest system-wide challenges is latency since no one wants to watch a video that is constantly buffering. How can one overcome this system-wide issue? Read on to learn how combining CDN (content distribution networks) and video caching with basestations can overcome this issue.

BEYOND 4G: VIDEO PROCESSING AT THE EDGE

BEYOND 4G: VIDEO PROCESSING AT THE EDGE
THE NEXT EVOLUTION: VIRTUALIZING SIGNAL PROCESSING
THE NEXT EVOLUTION: VIRTUALIZING SIGNAL PROCESSING

Virtualization is commonplace for software and applications running on GPPs. However, signal processing has remained the domain of SoCs with a number of hardware accelerators, resulting in partitioning the design between hardware and software. This limits flexibility and lengthens time-to-market, which can translate to lower revenue and an inability to fully monetize a product.

THE NEXT EVOLUTION: VIRTUALIZING SIGNAL PROCESSING

THE NEXT EVOLUTION: VIRTUALIZING SIGNAL PROCESSING