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Demodulator Core Capabilities Expanded
21 September, 2010
RFEL continues to expand it’s expertise with the introduction of demodulator cores
Range Extended on Digital Down Converters
20 July, 2010
Increased flexibility available for military electronic surveillance applications with narrower output band and up to 1GHz input bandwidth from RF Engines’ Digital Down Converter
RF Engines congratulated by Her Majesty the Queen
16 September, 2009
Representatives of RF Engines Limited (RFEL) recently attended a ceremony at Buckingham Palace where they were presented to the Queen, following the company winning the 2009 Queen’s Award for Innovation.
RF Engines Ltd presented with Queen?s Award for Innovation 2009
19 August, 2009
RF Engines Limited (RFEL), who specialise in high performance electronic signal processing design work, has been presented with the 2009 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category by the Lord Lieutenant of the Isle of Wight, Major General Martin White CB CBE DL, on behalf of Her Majesty The Queen.
RF Engines Limited - EONIC contract
06 June, 2009
RF Engines Limited (RFEL), the specialists in high performance signal processing design work, have been contracted by EONIC of Delft in the Netherlands for the development of a novel digital downconverter to be used in one of their latest signal processing platforms.
RF Engines Ltd (RFEL) smart time of arrival design
23 May, 2009
"Demand for exclusive designs growing’
RF Engines Ltd wins Queen?s Award for Innovation 2009
22 April, 2009
RF Engines Limited (RFEL), who specialise in high performance electronic signal processing design work, is proud to announce that it has won the coveted 2009 Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the Innovation category, for its unique range of digital signal processing technologies.
RF Engines' ChannelCore64 now available
20 April, 2007
RF Engines' ChannelCore64 now available optimised for Xilinx Virtex4
RF Engines Growing From Strength to Strength
20 April, 2007
RF Engines (RFEL), the supplier of high performance FPGA-based design solutions, reports that it is on a major growth phase for 2007. The company, based on the Isle of Wight, UK is looking to expand its technical team in the VHDL and system design areas, by around 25% during the current year.
RF Engine - 'Hyperspeed' Range of FTT Cores
18 April, 2007
RF Engine (RFEL), the supplier of high performance FPGA-based design solutions, now has available a new datasheet on its 'HyperSpeed' range of high-performance FFT cores on its website. The cores are factory scalable in terms of transform length and processing parallelism and can be built to optimally process complex data streams with very high sample rates from 400MS/s to several GS/s. The cores use a parallel pipelined processing architecture, which allows continuous real time data to be processed with no gaps between frames.
RF Engine - Hyperspeed Range of FTT Cores
12 April, 2007
RF Engine (RFEL), the supplier of high performance FPGA-based design solutions, now has available a new datasheet on its 'HyperSpeed' range of high-performance FFT cores on its website. The cores are factory scalable in terms of transform length and processing parallelism and can be built to optimally process complex data streams with very high sample rates from 400MS/s to several GS/s. The cores use a parallel pipelined processing architecture, which allows continuous real time data to be processed with no gaps between frames.
 
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