The outline specification is:
Release 11 LTE-Advanced E-UTRA Access Stratum and Non-Access Stratum
FDD and TDD mode support
CA (Carrier Aggregation)
MIMO (Multiple Input/ Multiple Output) support
Inter-RAT measurements and control
IPv6 and IPv4 support
IMS (IP Multimedia Subsystem)
VoLTE (Voice calls over IP using SIP & RTP)
SS (Supplementary Services) using IMS
“Our engineers are among the most experienced at protocol stack design, development, target integration, verification, and world-wide support”, commented Richard Carter, Managing Director of CCww, “and we are confident that they will create a highly portable, low-latency and small-footprint design.”
The LTE-Advanced protocol stack may be licensed by early adopters as a stand-alone system, or may be integrated with existing 2G/3G systems. Please contact CCww for more information.
CCww has a rich history of GSM-related protocol stacks, including 14 years experience working with target hardware and software systems, and has integrated its in-house developed GSM/GPRS layer 1-2-3 protocol stack with 7 chipsets to date.
CCww’s GSM protocol stack technology plays a vital part in many hundreds of millions of GSM handsets in use world-wide, and additionally features in CCww’s own GSM/GPRS modem module, with customers’ as well as CCww’s own TracSure™ products in operation across the globe.
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