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What does OFDM stand for?
Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) is a digital transmission techniques that ultilizes large numbers of carriesr spaced apart at slightly different frequencies. OFDM is used in many wireless application including Wi-Fi, digital radio and TV broadcasting in Europe and Japan and UWB. (Souce: EE Times)
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2011-07-25 Using COFDM microwave links in mission-critical apps
Learn about the various applications of COFDM microwave technology in the field of video surveillance and security.
2001-05-08 Real-time implementation of a COFDM modem for data transmission over HF channels with the TMS320C31 DSP
This application note describes an Orthogonal Frequency Division Multiplexing (OFDM) modem solution, which is based on the TMS320C31 DSP, for data transmission over HF channels.
2004-05-31 Micronas COFDM chip has adaptive compensation schemes
Micronas unveiled the fourth generation of its COFDM demodulator IC that addresses all types of atmospheric and dynamic interferences with new adaptive compensation schemes.
2005-01-05 Demodulator chip complies with COFDM, EBU DVB-T specs
ST released a new COFDM demodulator chip that performs the front-end processing of terrestrial digital TV transmissions throughout Europe.
2005-09-02 COFDM demodulator IC exceeds NorDig-Unified spec v1.0.2
Micronas launched its next generation COFDM demodulator IC that increases performance and integration while reducing size and power requirements.
2001-03-01 The battle between digital TV standards
The article details and compares the two standards for digital TV: Europe's COFDM and 8-VSB from the United States.
2000-05-03 Solving the technical challenges in Terrestrial DVB
This paper describes the digital terrestrial receiver, DVB-t, which is the standard for terrestrial transmissions of digital information, defined by the European Digital Video Broadcasting group. This standard has been successfully introduced in and is adopted by more and more countries throughout the world.
2005-12-01 Pocket-sized DVB-T receiver targets PCs
Micronas announced the immediate availability of MicStickD, a production-ready reference design which enables watching and controlling live DVB-T broadcasts on any USB 2.0-equipped desktop and notebook PC.
2006-08-30 Philips unveils compact DVB-T/H channel decoder
The new compact, low-power DVB-T/H channel decoder from Philips allows OEMs to make cost-effective, rapidly integrated product that can be used in any home entertainment device.
2008-06-13 Digital demodulator targets DVB-T market
Xceive Corp. has released the XC800 COFDM digital demodulator that features the company's direct digital interface.
2005-02-21 Asuka rolls out two DTV modules
Asuka Semiconductor has developed a series of DTV (digital TV) related system modules based on DVB-T SoCs.
2008-01-09 DVB-T chip rolls for portable DTV apps
Sunplus Technology Co. Ltd has launched the DVB-T SPHE1003 chip, which integrates front-end COFDM demodulator and backend MPEG decoder for DVB-T STB and portable DTV solution.
2003-06-03 Zarlink processor eyes terrestrial digital TV receivers
Zarlink's ZL10320/321 chips are claimed to be the industry's first fully integrated processing chips for terrestrial digital TV PVRs.
2002-06-28 Samsung selects Zarlink demodulator for its digital TV receivers
Samsung Electro-Mechanics has selected the advanced demodulator chip of Zarlink Semiconductor for its latest terrestrial network interface module that will power STBs and TV receivers for the terrestrial digital TV receiver consumer market.
2009-08-14 RF modulator tailored for WiMAX, satellite comms
CML Microcircuits has released a new wideband RF I/Q modulator IC targeting designers of broadband WiMAX and any other wideband wireless infrastructure systems.
2007-11-19 Platform streamlines design of LCD DTVs
Toshiba Electronics Europe has released a reference design platform optimized for IDTV designs, combining the hardware functions and interfaces required for an LCD TV with Aurora middleware by Cabot Communications enabling a feature-rich digital media solution.
2001-05-16 OFDM shoulders heavy RF traffic
Many industry leaders have said that OFDM technology is the future of wireless communications as we know it.
2012-06-28 Examine interoperability issues when selecting airborne downlinks
Understand why you have to be familiar with the components of a downlink system before investing in one.
2012-04-26 Enhancing production test of high-speed RF components
Know how to ease the testing of a VHF RF receiver in a production environment.
2006-05-12 DVB-T ExpressCardT 54 reference design targets notebook PCs
Micronas has launched a dual-tuner DVB-T ExpressCardT 54 reference design for notebook computers that features full PVR functionality and antenna diversity.
2005-09-07 DTV middleware jump-starts digital STBs
Micronas and LogiWays SA have prepared a new digital STB format by integrating their MDE 95xyD STB chip and Magello DTV middleware, respectively, offering a complete hardware solution that enables fast and easy market access.
2003-07-25 DSP Architectures rolls 0.35?m processor
DSP Architectures has begun shipping its RHDSP24, a radiation-hardened, high-performance frequency domain digital signal processor.
2006-09-06 DAB baseband receiver IC enables space, cost savings
According to Frontier, the key benefit of its new Chorus 2 IC is the level of integration, which provides up to 40 percent space savings on the board real-estate and 35 percent cost savings on the system BOM.
2006-08-01 China writes its own DTV standard
After years of rivalry and numerous delays, China is poised to roll out a long-awaited standard for terrestrial DTV. The standard signals the beginning of the end for small Chinese trials of Europe's DVB-T standard, and it adds another rival to the mix for mobile-TV services in China.
2006-06-28 China comes up with own DTV standard
China's terrestrial DTV standard is finally coming out, and it will cover fixed and mobile terminals, eventually serving half of the country's TV viewers.
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