mimoOn announces LTE PHY and software stack for TI C66x DSPs

9th November 2010
Posted By : ES Admin
mimoOn today announced availability of mimoOn's LTE PHY and stack software for macro and small cell basestations for Texas Instruments Incorporated new C66x digital signal processors. mimoOn's Layer 1 SW has been integrated onto TI's C66x-based, flexible, scaleable processor targeting LTE wireless infrastructure. mimoOn's LTE software is a fully featured implementation meeting the latest version of the 3GPP standard. Written in ANSI-C language, it delivers flexibility and scalability, with advanced algorithms such as high-performance channel estimators and MIMO detectors. TI's C66x DSPs offer equipment manufacturers the advantages of design and code reuse, since the processors can be scaled to meet the intensive processing demands of macro basestations.
According to Brian Robertson, VP Sales & Marketing of mimoOn, Going into 2011, the market is now demanding a fully integrated SoC with LTE software that enables faster time to market, in combination with efficient reuse of SW. Our continuing partnership with Texas Instrument demonstrates the commitment and leadership that both companies bring to the wireless infrastructure market.

By utilizing mimoOn's LTE software on TI's new C66x DSP generation, customers can design confidently for the future with benefits including an ease of development and development cost savings with the reusable code for solutions, said Arnon Friedmann, strategic marketing director, TI.

At MWC Barcelona February 14-17, 2011, mimoOn will showcase their advanced LTE PHY implementation running on TI's DSP.

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