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Software defined radio startup Inntot raises funds from Unicorn India Ventures, Telecom News, ET Telecom

NEW DELHI: Technical start in Kerala Inntot on Wednesday he said he had collected an undisclosed amount from Unicorn India Ventures to provide precision digital RF radio equipment and time performance testing for all digital broadcasting standards, namely DRM in AM and FM bands, DAB / DAB +, HD-Radio, CDR

It should be noted that in the current market conditions, the use of digital broadcast receiver solutions requires special chips, which are expensive and make the final solution expensive. In contrast, Intont said, it is software defined radio (SDR) implementation and improvisation are performed on ARM processors, which are cost-effective for OEMs and also reduce the cost of receivers.

Prasanth Thankappan, CTO, Inntot Technologies and Rajith Nair, CEO, Inntot Technologies. (left-right, photo file)

“Our goal is to enable Inntot to provide high-quality and cost-effective digital broadcasting solutions to receivers in all geographical regions … Unicorn India’s continued support is a testament to the success we have achieved so far and the growth plans that have been set. on the line for the next 2 years, ”said Rajit Nair, co-founder and CEO of Inntot Technologies.

Inntot said it has licensed its digital radio solutions to a number of Tier-1 customers, including Clarion and Telechips.

“We joined Inntot two years ago and since then we have seen the growth of Inntot and their ability to create IP that will work in global markets such as the United States, Europe and China. We have extended this additional funding so that they can develop more IP addresses and grow faster, ”said Anil Joshi, Managing Partner, Unicorn India Ventures.

Unicorn India first launched the company in 2018. Inntot focuses on providing cost-effective IP solutions for next-generation digital media receivers, namely Digital Radio Mondiale receivers (for AM and FM bands), DAB / DAB + receivers, CDR receivers and ISDB-T receivers and HD-radio receiver in cooperation with Xperi.

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