Baseband team formed

Tuesday, 27 January, 2009

Octasic has formed a Software Defined Radio (SDR) development group to provide wireless solutions based on its low-power, OpusDSP technology.

The group is headed by Emmanuel Gresset as Vice-President of SDR. Gresset joined Octasic from STMicroelectronics where he managed strategic development for the wireless infrastructure division.

Octasic has assembled a team of wireless engineers from France, Spain, China, India and Canada. This team, based in Montreal, is designing what is claimed to be the lowest-power DSP solutions for wireless infrastructure.

The company's wireless initiative targets baseband signal processing solutions for wireless infrastructure platforms extending from femto cells to macro base stations. The team will unveil its first fully soft baseband solution aimed at GSM/EDGE radio base stations at the GSMA Mobile World Congress in Barcelona (16–19 February 2009).

 

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