Tektelic and Picochip collaborate on small cell LTE devices

Tektelic and Picochip collaborate on small cell LTE devices

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The development will take place in two phases. The first phase will see the PC9608 system incorporated into a complete, single board, small cell LTE solution ready for immediate deployment. The second phase will see the two companies collaborate to deliver a next generation multi-standard small cell device, encompassing support for 20 MHz, dual-mode LTE and HSPA+, as well as ‘metro Wi-Fi’.

Picochip’s PC9608/09 system was the first full hardware and software development platform for LTE small cells, delivering quick and simple development and prototyping to customers and bringing together full evaluation and prototyping capabilities. The core of the product is a carrier class software-defined LTE modem (FDD or TD-LTE) that is compliant with 3GPP standards and can be rapidly optimized and customized via an application programming interface (API). It also integrates baseband, software stack and RF functions and has passed interoperability testing (IOT) with both terminals and core ntworks.

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