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  Date: 27th Mar 2011

Alvarion's base stations using ArrayComm's advanced beamforming software

ArrayComm LLC announced the commercial availability of base stations from Alvarion using ArrayComm advanced beamforming software. ArrayComm says using this technology, operators are able to see substantial improvement in system capacity, throughput, and range-yielding greater revenue from the investment in wireless infrastructure.

"ArrayComm is the leader in multi-antenna signal processing," said Mark Altshuller, Alvarion CTO. "Their state-of-the-art PHY baseband software for 4Tx beamforming resulted in faster time-to-market and lower investment for our development program, as well as providing our customers with enhanced performance in high interference environments."

"Alvarion is one of the global leaders in 4G technology," said Bruce Duysen, President of ArrayComm. "We are fortunate to work with a partner like Alvarion focussed on getting to the market first with the best technology. Their customers now can enjoy superior system economics compared to the competition."

ArrayComm's differentiated beamforming software has been integrated with Alvarion's best-in-class 4Motion base station, and is already commercially deployed and available.


ArrayComm LLC has also recently demonstrated its BasePort TD-LTE base station PHY running on high performance CEVA DSP cores. The demonstration was implemented on Mindspeed's Transcede 4000 SoC and verified by a tier-1 operator.

The performance demonstrated included channel bandwidths up to 20 MHz and user data rates to 64 QAM on two antennas.

"SoC technology will play a key role in the development of LTE infrastructure products," said Eran Briman, vice president of marketing at CEVA.


 
          
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