Thursday, February 21, 2013
Streamlined development of 2G, 3G and 4G radio access systems with high performance analog wideband transceiver and advanced radio IP
SAN JOSE, Calif., Feb. 21, 2013 /PRNewswire/ – Xilinx, Inc., (NASDAQ: XLNX) today announced the availability of a high performance development solution for designing next-generation heterogeneous wireless networks, such as high-end picocells, microcells, macrocells, and active antenna arrays. Wireless system designers using TEKTELIC’s high performance, high dynamic range, wideband transceiver with Xilinx’s scalable radio IP cores greatly increase design team productivity to help customers move a generation ahead.
Friday, February 1, 2013
ThinkSmallCell – Guest Post - David Tholl, CTO of TEKTELIC, justifies a new engineering approach to Metrocell design
In the telecom industry there is a tendency to reuse previous technology, designs, hardware and software that reduces overall development costs and time to market for new products. In part this is usually driven by the need for backward compatibility but it can and often does result in a sub-optimal design that is a compromise between what is already available with the need to meet new requirements.
Friday, February 24, 2012
Mobile World Congress 2012
CALGARY, Alberta–(BUSINESS WIRE)–TEKTELIC Communications, a leading provider of high quality and high efficiency cellular radio solutions and 4G micro base stations today announced the availability of their smallest fully integrated micro eNodeB. In conjunction with Mindspeed Technologies, Inc. and the Aricent Group, acknowledged leaders in the 4G eco-system, the ultra-compact TEKTELIC LTE 2210 micro eNodeB is a full featured product that strikes a balance between output power, physical size, and cost with a 2x5W radio in just 8.5L and 7Kg form factor.
Thursday, February 23, 2012
The ‘small cell’ era has arrived! Well, at least it arrived officially with the rebranding of the “Femto Forum” as the “Small Cell Forum” last week. But as the good folks at the ABI Research point out (here) most vendors have already moved past the ‘femto’ terminology and have embraced the ‘small cell’ terminology in much of their marketing and, and very soon, their product line-ups.