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Tensilica offers BBE32UE core for low-power LTE

2/21/2012 06:05 PM EST
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KB3001   2/22/2012 10:59:31 AM
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I guess the cost (purchase+development) puts FPGAs at a disadvantage here.

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DrFPGA   2/21/2012 8:02:06 PM
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It would be interesting to see a comparison between this approach and the FPGA approach. What are the advantages and disadvantages of each? What isn't possible to do with an FPGA approach that the Tensilica solution can?

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