CML Microcircuits recently expanded the Function Image suite of its CMX7241/CMX7341 PMR Common Platform Processors. Today, all major PMR systems are supported: DMR, dPMR, NXDN, ARIB STD-T102, ARIB STD-T98, and legacy analog PMR—all with automatic digital/analog detection. The CMX7241/CMX7341 PMR Common Platform Processors now enable engineers to build a single platform radio that supports a vairety of different PMR standards.
With an embedded audio codec (ADC/DAC), the devices provide a complete baseband solution with a flexible interface to support both software and hardware implementations of the AMBE+2 Vocoder. The processors can deliver FDMA digital PMR/LMR, two-slot TDMA digital PMR/LMR, and legacy analog PMR/LMR. Based on CML Microcircuits’s FirmASIC technology, a Function Image is uploaded into the device to determine the overall functions and operating characteristics.
The PMR chipset comprises a low-power RF Direct Conversion Receiver (DCRx) IC (CMX994A/E) and a PMR Common Platform Processor (CMX7341) with DMR/dPMR/NXDN/ARIB STD-T102/ARIB STD-T98 Air Interface coding and analog PMR embedded within Function Images. The CMX994A/E and CMX7341 chipset enables engineers to quickly develop a highly integrated, cost-effective radio with a low-risk development route.
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