LPL engineers have provided electronic engineering services on a wide variety of projects over the past 15 years. Here are just a sample of the projects to which LPL engineers have contributed.
Wireless Theft-Prevention System
Consumer Sporting Goods Project
5.8GHz Wireless Broadband Radio and Network
LPL engineers managed and directed all technical activities for the creation of a 5.8GHz wireless broadband radio and associated network for consumer wireless broadband applications. The project included the design of both customer premise and base station equipment that operated in UNII band, providing 36Mbps of bandwidth using BPSK, QPSK, 16 QAM RF technology.
2.4GHz Cordless Consumer Telephone
LPL engineers managed development of a custom ASIC, reviewed associated technical designs, and developed unique communications algorithms for the award-winning and best-selling 900MHz / 2.4GHz cordless telephone. This innovative design pioneered the use of direct sequence spread spectrum technology in the 2.4GHz band for a consumer cordless phone.
Remote Data Collection System and Network
LPL engineers designed the firmware and hardware as well as the entire radio system network architecture, including last mile connectivity for wireless 900MHz and 2.4GHz frequency hopping spread spectrum radios for remote data gathering system a large utility provider. The project also called for optimized design for low cost manufacturing.
In-store Advertising and Promotional System and Network
LPL engineers designed both the firmware and hardware – including support for point-to-multipoint networking – for a spread spectrum 2 Mbps wireless radio for in-store advertising and promotional system on shopping carts.
Consumer Modem Firmware Re-design
LPL engineers redesigned existing PC modem firmware an international communications equipment company. Modifications brought real-time embedded system AT-command interpreter in compliance with national specifications in European countries. Design features a Signetics 87C654 microcontroller (Intel 8051-compatible).
Digital Modem for Satellite
LPL engineers developed the system architecture and designed required all digital hardware for a single-carrier-per-channel digital modem. The modem design featured forward error correction and supported a burst mode with a total data transmission rate of 64 Kbps. The design also incorporated five digital signal processors running parallel. Engineers worked extensively with Motorola 56001 DSP, Motorola 68HC11 microcontroller, and Analog Devices 2101 DSP.
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