June 12, 2012 -- CEVA, Inc. today announced the availability of fully optimized TD-SCDMA software libraries for the CEVA-XC family of DSP cores, including the recently announced CEVA-XC4000 series DSPs.
By supporting TD-SCDMA alongside HSPA, HSPA+, LTE, TD-LTE, LTE-A and TD-LTE-A in software, CEVA-XC provides a universal modem platform that serves the global needs of semiconductor vendors and cellular OEMs who are looking to capitalize on their designs over multiple operator networks worldwide. The addition of TD-SCDMA, China's home-grown 3G wireless standard is essential to provide mandatory compliance for modem designs targeting the world's largest wireless operator, China Mobile.
CEVA's TD-SCDMA libraries cover the complete physical layer's transceiver and are specifically optimized to run on the CEVA-XC DSP. In combination with CEVA's recently announced software libraries for LTE-Advanced, LTE, HSPA+ and Wi-Fi 802.11ac, CEVA's SDR platform provides a highly-optimized multimode solution that lowers the risks and significantly reduces development costs and time-to-market for software-based communication processor designs. The TD-SCDMA libraries are already being deployed in a LTE multi-mode modem by a leading baseband vendor.
CEVA's TD-SCDMA software libraries support the latest TD-SCDMA technology compliant with the 3GPP Rel-9 worst-case conditions and are user-configurable based on customer needs, including interleaver, rate matching, modulation type (8PSK, QPSK, 16QAM, 64QAM), HARQ, and more. The libraries are pre-certified with Synopsys SPW tool, further accelerating system designs utilizing Synopsys' DSP Model Libraries.
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