Multi-Mode Mobile TV Baseband Demodulator

Multi-Mode Mobile TV Baseband Demodulator

  • Multi-Mode Mobile TV Baseband Demodulator
    ART/045CP
    20080716 - 20100516
    13273

    Dr Danny Chung-yen Ong
    The project deliverables are listed in the following. System Simulation SW Platform on Matlab (CMMB) – Establish System Simulation Environment – Algorithms development and system Simulation SW Platform Technical Specifications – Architecture Specifications – Micro-architecture Specifications Hardware development (DVB-TH, T-DMB, CMMB) - RTL coding - Verification, synthesis and floor-planning - Standard compliance regression testing Multi-mode DVB-TH/T-DMB/CMMB Test Chip – Functional multi-mode demodulator IC samples – Show DVB-TH, T-DMB and CMMB functionality running on demo platform. 2-4 Patents Ready to Apply – Algorithm innovations – Hardware implementation innovation in demodulation, synchronization and even decoding. (e.g. special memory organization to increase bandwidth/memory usage efficiency, hardware features for testability.) Industry contribution and sponsorship
    MIC Electronics Limited Rohde & Schwarz [Sponsor] SourceCore Technology Inc. Yspring Technology

    The Korean T-DMB and the European DVB-H Mobile TV standards are currently the most successful commercially deployed digital TV standards in the world. In order to capture this sizeable and rapidly growing Mobile TV market, this project aims at delivering a Single-Chip Multi-Mode Mobile Digital TV Baseband demodulator. Our unique Multi-Mode solution will be the first Single-Chip Multi-Mode demodulator that supports the Chinese mobile TV standard CMMB. ASTRI has a veteran team of communication design engineers to develop advanced communication algorithms and implement the design into silicon. Our design will be optimized for both die size and power. Chip makers and handheld device manufacturers in the Pearl River Delta region as well as other countries will benefit from the technology developed by this project.