Telecommunications

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ITDev has built a team with good experience in the telecommunications sector.

We have worked on a variety of successful projects in this area:

  • High definition video encoder:
    We are currently engaged in the hardware development of a high definition video encoder for the broadcast industry.
  • Ultra-low Noise Synchronisation IC:
    We were involved in design, test and technical marketing for a range of clock processing ASICs primarily targeted at the SONET/SDH telecoms market. We have in-depth experience of PLL design and phase noise analysis.
  • TCP/IP network simulator:
    We produced a TCP/IP network simulator to allow the demonstration of custom queueing algorithms to ease network congestion. We chose Embedded Linux to allow rapid development of the embedded software at a cost significantly lower than our competitors.
  • Ultra-low power networking:
    We are working on the research and development of ultra-low power wireless network technology.
  • Video conferencing:
    ITDev has been involved as an R&D partner in a joint venture to develop a novel peer-to-peer video conferencing system.

We have solid communications domain experience.

Please contact us now to discuss your telecommunications requirements.

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