LTE by Geographic Region - Germany, Sweden and Rest
Agilent's Signal Studio for 3GPP
LTE is a powerful software tool that creates standards-based uplink and downlink LTE signals for use with the Agilent ESG and MXG vector signal generators and PXB baseband generator and channel emulator.
LTE reference design is delivered with a comprehensive application note and design files for Virtex-5 device architectures, test vectors and scripts that allow designers to quickly evaluate the design performance in The MathWorks MATLAB(R) environment.
The FCS techniques were introduced by 3GPP
in the Release-7 PSS specification, which was finalized in early 2008.
LTE options are initially being implemented as PC software that externally drives the analyzers.
With an agreement on an underlying femtocell architecture, 3GPP
has now transitioned to the phase of developing detailed specifications.
On2 Flix Engine 3GPP
is used to render video from multiple formats to the industry-standard 3GPP
video format, which is the predominant video format for mobile phones.
With three years of real world experience supporting large scale dual-mode handset services, the 3GPP
GAN standard presents an ideal path for rapid femtocell standardization.
The On2 Flix(R) Engine 3GPP
is intended to bring popular video for Adobe(R) Flash(R) and other video formats to mobile video phones by transcoding existing content to the common 3GPP
LTE option is specifically designed to give R&D engineers deep insight into the RF and modulation characteristics of an LTE prototype device.
a leader in video-compression software and solutions, today unveiled the Flix Engine 3GPP
transcoder which converts popular web and user generated content for viewing on 3GPP
Fully revised and updated, the fourth edition now covers the key features of 3GPP
Release '7 ensuring its position as the leading principal resource in this constantly progressing area.