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Measuring 0.57 mm[sup.2], reconfigurable LSI for Software Defined Radio is capable of filtering unnecessary signals in frequency range of 400 KHz to 30 MHz. It can simultaneously support multiple wireless standards for existing and future mobile systems such as mobile phone, broadcasting, and wireless LAN systems. With change in pulse width of control signal, device enables several filter types, including Butterworth, Chebyshev, and Elliptic.
TOKYO and SAN FRANCISCO, Feb. 5 /-- NEC Corporation and NEC Electronics Corporation today announced the successful development of a reconfigurable analog baseband LSI for Software Defined Radio (SDR). The newly developed LSI is capable of filtering unnecessary signals in the frequency range of 400 KHz to 30 MHz, allowing it to simultaneously support …