Software Defined Radio Waveform Development Kit (SDR-WDK)
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DOD / ARMY
Coherent Logix, Incorporated (CLX) proposes the Software Defined Radio Waveform Development Kit (SDR-WDK) program to facilitate the development of a SDR development kit based on the Hyper64 processor with an accompanying software development flow to support rapid development and fielding of this technology to the Warfighter. The HyperX Technology is viewed by JPEO JTRS HMS as a risk reduction technology that is slated for insertion into the JTRS HMS SDR program of record upon successful demonstration. It will simultaneously enable order of magnitude improvement in power savings while reducing chipset count, thus size and weight of the radio. The HyperX processor technology is fully programmable and reconfigurable on the fly and is supported by industry standards based [hardware agnostic software development flow and] programming model using ANSI-C and MPI (message passing interface) API. This provides reduced life-cycle costs and future proofing of hardware through fully portable software code. The Hyper64, first in a family of HyperX based chip products, will be available COTS in the Summer of 2007. This effort capitalizes on the investments made by DARPA; U.S. Army ARDEC and ARL; AFRL Sensors, Space Vehicles Directorate, and Information Directorate; and JPEO/PM JTRS HMS under the DARPA ECHiPPS Program.
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COHERENT LOGIX, INC.
1120 South Capital of Texas Highway Building 3, Suite 310 Austin, TX 78746
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