CML Microcircuits is pleased to announce the release of a major update to the CMX7011 Digital Voice Processor which includes the addition of late-entry/re-entry functionality and output fine gain adjustment. The CMX7011 is a flexible, half-duplex, digital voice encryption processor that provides the digital advantage to conventional analogue two-way radios.
CML Microcircuits is pleased to announce the release of a new Function Image and Datasheet for the CMX7011 Digital Voice Processor. With the new Function Image the CMX7011 is capable of Voice Store/Retrieve and Packet Data functionality. The CMX7011 is a flexible, half-duplex, digital voice processor that provides the digital advantage to conventional analogue two-way radios.
CML Microcircuits has today announced an expansion of its DuraTALK digital voice processor range with the release of a new professional radio low bit-rate 2.4kbps vocoder. The CMX7262 is a high-performance low bit-rate vocoder for professional two-way radio, providing market-leading crystal clear voice and excellent performance in real-life radio operation.
The CMX7861 'FirmCODEC' is a full featured analogue front end for DSP/FPGA/Microcontroller based systems. The device is a combination of codec, embedded signal processing and auxiliary system support functions, allowing simple interfacing between analog and digital systems that together improve overall system performance, reduce development time and overall system cost.
The CMX998 is a Cartesian Feedback Loop (CFBL) Transmitter which improves the efficiency and linearity of transmitters for non-constant envelope modulation systems. The CMX998 is an integrated solution for a linear based Cartesian Feedback Loop (CFBL) transmitter. Acting as a direct conversion quadrature mixer from I and Q to RF output, it provides the capability to linearise the Power Amplifier (PA) via feedback from the PA's output. Included are forward and feedback paths; local oscillator circuitry including loop phase control; an instability detector and uncommitted op-amps for input signal conditioning.
In-Taxi dispatch control systems have traditionally consisted of mobile data units, which exchange dispatch information with the central office using Public Mobile Radio (PMR). Although GPRS can be used as an alternative communication solution, PMR remains the preferred solution as it offers more reliability in a localised area, and is more cost effective for medium and large scale fleets. In such fleets, PMR is used as the primary method of data communications, with GPRS fall-back or out of range.
Consisting of a wide range of flexible technologies, DuraTALK products support voice-data generation, coding, transcoding, decoding, storage and scrambling functions for digital communication systems.
As a member of the CML DuraTALK family of digital voice products, the CMX7261 Multi-transcoder IC is a device supporting multiple speech codecs in a single chip.
CML Microsystems has acquired the exclusive rights to the RALCWI low bit-rate vocoder products from Spirit Corp (Spirit), a Moscow based software company.
CML Microcircuits has announced the launch of the world leading single chip G.711/G.729A/CVSD (speech compression) full duplex multi-transcoder device, the CMX7261. Ideally suited for use in software-defined radio (SDR), voice-over IP (VoIP) applications, wireless private branch exchange (PBX) and privacy type digital voice communications to name just a few, the CMX7261 is a low risk solution developed by CML who, with many years of CVSD design experience, boasts an impressive track record in the tactical communications market.
CML Microcircuits has announced the addition of a new Audio Scrambler and Sub-audio Signalling Processor, the CMX148, to its family of analogue two way radio ICs. This device is intended for use in general leisure and professional PMR terminals in a worldwide market.
CML Microcircuits has announced the long-anticipated upgrade of its highly integrated solution for transmitter linearisation, the CMX998. The CMX998 is now even more flexible boasting an impressive RF operating range of 30MHz to 1GHz, representing a state-of-the-art solution ideal for portable devices. Not only is flexibility on hand, but high performance, low wide-band noise and a high degree of linearisation gain too. With the world going digital, the need for enhanced data speeds and bandwidth efficiency is ever increasing, driving the move to more complex linear modulation schemes.
CML has announced its attendance with a stand at Electronica 2010, which will take place from 9th to 12th November in Munich. During the event, CML will showcase a number of exciting new products, including the CMX7261 Multi-transcoder IC, the CMX7163 Wireless Data QAM Modem IC and the CMX7164 Wireless Data Multi-mode Modem IC offering FSK, 4-Level FSK and GMSK capabilities. Highly skilled sales managers and application engineers will be on hand to explain these products, the technology behind them and their intended applications.
CML Microcircuits announced the launch of a new Audio Scrambler and Sub-audio Signalling Processor to it's family of analogue two-way radio ICs. The CMX138A, an upgrade based on the hugely successful CMX138 IC, is intended for use in half duplex analogue two-way radios or family radio equipment, particularly suited to enhanced MURS, GMRS, PMR446 and FRS designs. Highly integrated by design, the device provides a user programmable frequency inversion audio scrambler with signal processing functions, CTCSS, DCS and in-band tones, allowing comprehensive voice processing and tone control.
CML Microcircuits, (www.cmlmicro.com) a leading innovator and provider of low-power semiconductors for global wireless and wireline communications markets, has developed a unique marine AIS (Automatic Identification System) Class B (IEC 62287) demonstrator package to address growing market requirements.
CML Microcircuits has announced the release of a new Function Image for the CMX7131 and CMX7141 ICs supporting the development of NXDN compatible digital voice radio equipment.
CML Microcircuits announced the launch of the CMX7163 wireless data QAM modem IC. The CMX7163 provides 4/16/64-QAM baseband modem functions in a single chip, replacing the current need for user programmed DSP plus codec ICs. This development includes high dynamic range analogue signal capturing, digital baseband filters, auxiliary codecs, clock generator, and I/O functions all designed to lower total BOM cost and chip count. The high level of total integration reduces technical risk and time to market.
CML Microcircuits a leading innovator and provider of low-power semiconductors for global wireless and two-way radio communications markets, has added a new Direct Conversion Receiver IC (DCRx) to its family of RF Integrated Circuits.
The new CMX885 Marine VHF baseband processor is designed to meet the global requirements of low cost, highly integrated marine VHF transceivers by offering complete audio processing with selectable audio processing order.
CML Microcircuits is targeting its new wideband RF I/Q modulator IC at the designers of, broadband wireless access systems (WiMAX), microwave link transmitters (including ODFM/COFDM), cellular picocell/nanocell systems, satellite communications and any other wideband wireless infrastructure systems requiring high performance I/Q modulation.
CML Microsystems has unveiled a new RISC/DSP Microcontroller product from its specialist semiconductor and microprocessor daughter-company, Hyperstone. The new E2 is a high-performance, RoHS compliant 32-Bit RISC/DSP microcontroller, with advanced features such as a programmable serial communications engine, ADC unit, 32kb of on-chip I-RAM, complemented with an external memory and peripheral interface controller.
CML Microcircuits has introduced a high performance integrated RF quadrature / low IF transceiver IC, which features an advanced image-reject up-conversion modulation system and flexible superheterodyne receiver.
CML Microcircuits has introduced an evaluation kit (EvKit), for their recently launched CMX993 RF quadrature modulator IC. The CMX993 is a highly integrated, general purpose, RF quadrature modulator, offering 100MHz to 1GHz operation and excellent wide-band noise performance.
CML Microcircuits unveiled an I/Q modulator at the Electronica exhibition in Munich, Germany, adding to its family of RF integrated circuits. The new CMX993 is a highly integrated, general purpose, RF quadrature modulator, offering 100MHz to 1GHz operation and excellent wide-band noise performance. Additional features include gain control and uncommitted differential amplifiers.
CML Microcircuits has announced a new quadrature receiver to its family of RF integrated circuits. The new CMX992 is a highly integrated, high performance product offering industry leading performance and low noise figures. Designed to meet the challenging requirements of Wireless Data and PMR/LMR radio systems, this product utilises a superheterodyne receiver section along with IF local oscillator circuitry.
CML Microcircuits has announced the launch of the CMX7143 with FFSK/MSK modem functionality. The CMX7143 is a flexible wireless modem product, designed to address the growing global market requirements for multi-mode wireless data connectivity, particularly sought-after by Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Software Defined Radio (SDR) product manufacturers. The product also targets Point-to-Point telemetry systems, traffic location systems and any other wireless data modem applications that require easily configurable multi-mode modem flexibility.
The CMX649 is an Adaptive Delta Modulation (ADM) voice codec – a complete multi-mode solution in a tiny SOIC package. The CMX649 is ideal for wireless digital voice/audio communications in both consumer and industrial applications, such as cordless telephones, cordless headsets, PC speech-to-text applications, digital voice storage, telematic voice recognition, Elevator systems and much more.
CML Microcircuits announces a new RALCWI integrated circuit to its Vocoder family. The new CMX638, is a flexible, highly integrated, high performance duplex vocoder, utilising RALCWI (Robust Advanced Low Complexity Waveform Interpolation) technology. CML now offers the CMX608, CMX618 and CMX638 high performance vocoders, which all offer near toll-quality voice performance at very low bit-rates.
CML Microcircuits has announced the CMX138, a comprehensive audio processor designed primarily for the growing market of analogue 'leisure' two-way radio products (FRS, MURS, PMR446 and GMRS). Highly integrated by design, the CMX138 offers high performance and low-power consumption, extending end-product battery life to the maximum.
CML Microcircuits today announced the introduction of a new RALCWI (Robust Advanced Low Complexity Waveform Interpolation) vocoder IC. The product is the result of a co-operation between CML Microcircuits and SPIRIT DSP. The new CML IC is named as the CMX618, which CML will market to worldwide communication markets based upon SPIRIT's proprietary Low Bit-Rate Vocoder technology. The co-operation combines CML's 39-year history of developing mixed-signal semiconductors for professional and leisure communication applications, with SPIRIT's extensive experience in embedded voice products.