Enabling LTE development with TI’s new multicore SoC architecture
The goal of Long Term Evolution (LTE) is to achieve higher data rates through more efficient transmission, and thus improving the cellular phone user experience by enabling powerful new devices. The changes required in this technology present new challenges for base station vendors and their suppliers. Supporting 4G systems efficiently requires a number of innovations in DSP design; these innovations are moving the industry toward system-on-a-chip (SoC) architectures to support such systems.
Texas Instruments (TI) has developed a powerful and innovative SoC architecture, designed to reduce costs for existing wireless base station products and enable manufacturers to benefit from new cutting-edge base station technology. This paper will explore how TI's new architecture enables the key features in 4G systems.