Project aims to produce an updated release of the WInnForum Transceiver Facility
Online PR News – 10-March-2015 – Washington, DC – The Wireless Innovation Forum (www.WirelessInnovation.org), a non-profit international industry association dedicated to driving technology innovation in commercial, civil, and defense communications worldwide, has announced the creation of a new Transceiver Next project group, led by Eric Nicollet of Thales (HO:FP) and David Hagood of Aeroflex.
"This revision will create an API suitable for multi-channel systems operating above 4GHz, extending SCA into civilian uses such as LTE and WiFi,” said Hagood.
The project is being undertaken by WInnForum’s Coordinating Committee on International SCA Standards for the international community of SDR products developers who are seeking an openly available, free to access and free to use internationally elaborated standard API for portable SDR Applications and multi-application transceivers. The project will produce an updated release of WINNF Transceiver Facility originally published in 2009, and will improve the content based on years of implementation experience. The project will also expand the addressed applications to extend the applicability of the standard to include test and measurement, dynamic spectrum allocation, and sensing.
The Group will be composed of five project areas with expected project completion in September this year:
• Improvement of V1 PIM APIs
• Extension of V1 PIM APIs
• PIM Performance Engineering
• PSM API Contents
• SM Performance Engineering
To view the group’s project detailed project description, a download is available here: http://groups.winnforum.org/d/do/7955. The Forum encourages participation from organizations wanting to be involved in this important project. Please contact Forum CEO Lee Pucker at Lee.Pucker@WirelessInnovation.org if you are interested.
Supported by Sponsors Motorola Solutions, Selex ES, and Thales, Wireless Innovation Forum member representatives have initiated and led multiple work efforts that promote their organization’s specific objectives through the creation of reports, recommendations and specifications that are widely used by the advanced wireless community. To view the Forum’s Work Products, visit our Knowledge Center: http://www.wirelessinnovation.org/knowledge-center.