IPrium releases RS-QPSK Modem
TOMSK, Russia, March 24, 2015 - FPGA intellectual property (IP) provider IPrium LLC (www.iprium.com) has today announced that it has expanded its family of Modem IP products with a new RS-QPSK Modem IP Core for satellite and microwave communication systems.
The IP Core is a complete BPSK/QPSK modem with an integrated Reed-Solomon Forward Error Correction (FEC), optimized for extremely low processing latency in point-to-point communication systems. The total latency of the Modulator and the Demodulator in low latency mode (without FEC) is only 20 information symbols. For example, a 100 Mbit/s configuration gives latency 1 µs in low latency mode and 15 µs with the FEC.
The RS-QPSK Modem is field-proven and fully compliant with all microwave transmission standards.
The IP Core provides a turnkey single-chip solution that can be used in both narrowband or wideband applications.
Pricing and Availability
The RS-QPSK Modem IP Core is available immediately in synthesizable Verilog or optimized netlist format, along with synthesis scripts and a simulation test bench with expected results.
For further information, a product evaluation or pricing, please visit the IP Core page:
About IPrium LLC
IPrium Modem IP Cores allow designers of communication equipment to rapidly develop and verify their systems in a highly cost-effective manner. IPrium offers FPGA IP Cores for high-quality wireless and wireline modems. Visit IPrium at www.iprium.com.return