LTE Framework™


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LTE Framework™ is a complete LTE Physical layer development SDK on Visual Studio and Code Composer Studio (CCS) / DSP. It implements the LTE physical layer according to 3GPP Standard Release 8 & 9 for Evolved Universal Terrestrial Radio Access (E-UTRA). It is a fast solution to understand all signals processing inside the LTE standard. Therefore, it will significantly reduce the development time and cost.

Key Benefit

  • 3GPP standard releases 8 and 9 fully compliant for LTE Physical Layers (PHY).
  • Entirely Software Defined, Easy to Customize and Upgrade.
  • Designed in ANSI C.
  • Verified using standard Signal Measurement equipments (i.e. AMU, FSQ, and CMW5000)
  • Can be directly mapped into hardware logic.
  • Optimized for DSP platform.
  • Quick Time-to-Market and Low Risk.
  • Modular Design (Ease HW/SW Partitioning)
  • Complete C/C++ Source/Object Code
  • API Interface is based on Queuing (Ease L2/L3 integration)



  • 3GPP Releases 8 and 9 with a roadmap to Release 10.
  • SISO in FDD mode.
  • Both DL and UL implemented.
  • All physical channels implemented (PBCH, PCFICH, PDCCH, PDSCH, PHICH, PSS/SSS, SRS, PRACH, PUCCH, PUSCH).
  • All transport channels implemented (BCH, DLSCH, ULSCH, RACH).
  • All control information supported (DCI, CFI, HI, UCI).
  • All physical signals supported.
  • HARQ control.

Develpment Tools

LTE Framework™ is Run on any major IDE

  • Visual Studio
  • Eclipse
  • Code Composer Studio
  • Pre-optimized for DSP
  • Included DSP examples:
  • DSP-to-FPGA communication using Serial Rapid IO v2.1 (up-to 20Gbps)
  • DSP-to-Ethernet (CPU) communication

Protocol (L1/L2)

Using LTE Framework™, many research on implementation can be done, for example:

  • LTE L2/L3 implementation on realtime embedded system
  • LTE Throughput performance evaluation
  • Dynamic Radio Resource Management technique
  • VoIP implementation on LTE
  • Etc.
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