Thales Designs 10Ghz Wireless Interface with Intel Success Brief
Thales (www.thalesgroup.com), established in France more than a century ago, is a leading international group, addressing defense, aerospace, and security markets worldwide. Thales’ expertise in its core markets spans the entire value chain, providing all the capabilities its customers require, from equipment and systems to co...mprehensive support services, and including prime contracting on large-scale programs.
Thales’ leading-edge technology is supported by 22,000 R&D engineers who offer a capability unmatched in Europe to develop and deploy field-proven mission-critical information systems. To this end, the group’s civil and military businesses develop in parallel and share a common base of technologies to serve a single objective: the security of people, property, and nations.
New developments in digital technologies, mobile communications, and integrated services, combined with the explosive growth of the Internet, are creating exciting new business opportunities while completely changing the face of telecommunications. Thales, a driving force in the market, already includes many of the news defined functions and features in the company’s product offerings. Thales is set to consolidate its worldwide leadership position in the communication sector.
Wireless modem architecture
In the context of the ITEA MARTES (Model-based Approach to Real-Time Embedded Systems) European research project Thales used Intel® CoFluent™ Studio to model a high-data-rate 802.16 wireless modem.
The modem uses the orthogonal frequency division multiplexing (OFDM) modulation techniques to identify adaptions that improve the robustness of the links and/or the ouput data rate. The modem contains an existing piece of software originally written in C++. It is modular code and uses three freeware libraries and an internal matrix library.
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