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Technology insertion in advanced wireless systems: Real-world examples

Posted: 09 Oct 2007     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:OEMs  technology insertion  modular architecture 

With new generations of devices incorporating new features and capabilities introduced every 2 to 3 years, original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) developing advanced wireless systems can often take advantage of the trend to offer their customers competitive feature enhancements and upgrades of existing systems through technology insertion. This is a cost-effective method of introducing new features by replacing only the base band processing engine while retaining other sub-systems, such as the RF or control sub-systems, as is. The model proposed for supporting this capability starts by encapsulating the baseband processing engine in a "standardised" modular architecture.

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