IPrium is pronounced "I-P-rium" /aɪ-piː-rɪəm/.
IPrium places a great deal of focus on the intellectual part of the wireline as well as wireless digital communication systems. We can create and implement efficient algorithms for digital signal processing as well as methods of modulation/demodulation, cryptography, and forward error correction.
IPrium was founded in September 2006. The company's line of business includes IP Cores of digital signal processing for wireless and wireline communication systems.
We can customize the IP Core design according to the individual client needs. We also offer IP Core optimization for ultimate performance and, at the same time, minimum resource intensity without any loss of functionality for the FPGA architecture/design of your choice.
Integrated Circuit Topology
We develop and implement digital signal processing methods for FPGA and ASIC. The standout feature of all the IPrium's IP Cores is their close interaction with the analog parts of a system. One has the possibility of achieving the optimum results by best utilizing the particular nature of the entire system.
The algorithms of Software-defined Radio (SDR) and Cognitive Radio (CR) involve splitting the communication system into two subsystems: analog circuitry (analog-to-digital conversion, analog filtration, ultra-high frequencies) and digital signal processing (baseband processing). We use either off-the-shelf evaluation boards by Altera, Xilinx, and Lattice or modem boards owned by the customer to immediately prototype the contemporary communication standards.