• 5G NR Polar Code, available now!
  • 3GPP Compliant Turbo
    perfect for URLLC LTE
  • 3GPP Compliant Polar
    For 5G NR
  • 10X Improvement in
    Latency & Throughput
    For 3GPP Turbo

AccelerComm is a semiconductor IP company specialising in channel coding solutions for 4G LTE & 5G NR.

The 'Non-Standalone' phase of 5G NR was frozen at the 3GPP RAN#78 meeting in December 2017, meaning eMBB services will be using the New Radio standard from mid-2018! This heralds the first volume application of Polar Channel Codes, which have been adopted for the control channel and LDPC codes for the data channel.

AccelerComm has patent pending encode and decode IP for 5G NR polar chain, LDPC and LTE Turbo channel coding available, CONTACT US for details, schedules, and business models.

Our polar development comes on the back of our industry-leading turbo decoder, exploiting techniques and experience from that programme Five years in development, and drawing on the team’s 50 person-years of channel coding experience and research, AccelerComm’s patent pending ultra low latency turbo decoding IP is unique, delivering 10X throughput and 10X latency improvement over existing products. 

Perfectly suited to meet the requirements of LTE-Advanced Pro, or LTE URLLC, our solution is capable of throughputs of 20Gbps and sub-microsecond latency, whilst maintaining hardware efficiency, (throughput per unit area) and low power consumption. This AccelerComm unique technology achieves unprecedented performance whilst laying down the technology foundation for future wireless applications and services.

Watch the video to see what we are doing and why you should be talking with us for all your channel coding IP...

Applications that can be improved with high-quality channel coding

Test & Measurement
Mobile Handset
Mobile Basestation
Satellite Communications
Defense Systems
Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs & Drones)
Networking

 

Polar Code IP,

not a tick-box item!

After reading Prof Maunder's tutorial on the 'Implementation Challenges of polar codes'  you'll want to talk with the experts, not make your own!

Marginal gains and how they impact channel latency.

‘Marginal gains’ is a term that has come into common sporting parlance, if not everyday life. Back in 2003, when England won the Rugby World Cup in Sydney, Sir Clive Woodward attributed it to marginal gains - doing 100 things 1% better, rather than one thing 100% better. One ‘1%’ was England’s skin-tight shirts.

10
TIMES IMPROVEMENT IN LATENCY AND THROUGHPUT
1ST
TO DELIVER 5G NR POLAR IP
100
PERCENT 3GPP COMPLIANT
5G
FUTURE PROOF

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