This webinar was originally held on November 17, 2020.
It is now available for viewing on request!
This webinar introduces the HyperX computing platform and related development tools. The HyperX network processor is a massive parallel processing system composed of a network of processing elements embedded in an array of data memory and routing units. This scalable processing fabric supports the rapid development of software-based computationally intensive virtualized systems that could otherwise be embedded in hardware. The HyperX software approach allows significant flexibility in designing and developing applications while running on low power consumption. HyperX processors can be used in many different areas of application, and the exemplary field of software-defined radio is presented here together with an illustrative implementation of a full ATSC 3.0 receiver in real life. The juxtaposition of physical layer functional blocks with specific HyperX resources demonstrates the C-based development process, and the verification and verification of the integrated receiver show some of the available HyperX tools. The 100% software-based and virtualized physical layer ATSC 3.0 can be easily updated in the field as desired, and the specific components of the receiver can be easily reused and integrated into other communication applications.
Dr. Ahmed Hamza
DSP software engineer
Dr. Ahmed M. Hamza received his bachelor’s and master’s degrees from the University of Alexandria, Alexandria, Egypt, in 2005 and 2010, respectively, and his doctorate. degree in electrical engineering and computer engineering from the University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario, Canada, in 2015. From 2006 to 2007 he was a software validation engineer in Valeo, Egypt. From 2007 to 2010 he was a DSP engineer at Sysdsoft, Egypt. From 2016 to 2017, he was a postdoctoral fellow at CST Laboratory, University of Waterloo. He is currently a DSP software engineer in Coherent Logix, Canada. His current research interests include synchronization of synchronization and frequency, orthogonal frequency division multiplexing systems, coordinated multipoint systems, and broadcasting systems.
Director of SDT application development
Mr. Kevin A. Shelby holds a master’s degree from the Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta, Georgia, and a bachelor’s degree from the University of North Carolina A&T, Greensboro, North Carolina, both in electrical engineering. Mr. Shelby’s responsibilities at Coherent Logix include engineering and technical guidance for software-defined radio with hands-on involvement in algorithm development, system design, design verification, and instrument improvements. He has extensive experience in broadband communications, wireless networks and terrestrial broadcasting, with a specific application to software-defined real-time radio deployment. He has participated in the development of standards for 3GPP, ATSC and WiMedia UWB, having made numerous technical contributions in the field of synchronization and signaling and other physical layer processing. He is cited as an inventor in several U.S. / international patents; other hanging.
Military and space electronics