(Transpositionally Adjusted Communications Technology)– TM TACT Core Series
As reflected in the name, the TM TACT Core Series is the heart of TM Technologies products. All Core Series products consist of a TM TACT Core software kernel embodied as proprietary machine code instructions which implement our patented TM TACT algorithm(P3).
This Core assures maximum efficiency and throughput as well as incorporating TM TACT Vault technology to protect against reverse-engineering, counterfeiting, and other forms of Intellectual Property theft.
TM TACT Core can be configured as software usable within FPGA chipsets, and code which allows TM to be engineered into new radios, design ASIC (Application Specific Integrated Circuit) chips or be installed as a “plug-in” for most modern communication devices.This flexibility allows ease of integration into current and future generations of wireless devices including infrastructure and device level radios, mobile phones, cable boxes, televisions, satellite radios, and more.
TM TACT Core Implementations
TM TACT Core implementations are flexible and offer efficient and price-competitive versions for developing TM implementations depending upon customer needs. See section below describing the flexibility resulting from our use of FPGA in TM TACT core implementation.
TACT Core Solo implements TM as the sole modulation method, while TACT Core QAM would be the choice if one wishes to develop a TM-capable modulator that works in conjunction with QAM as the primary modulation.TACT Core OFDM, FSK, QPSK, AM/FM specific modulation versions incorporating TM with all other modern modulation methods will also be available. Final development, fully tested and ready for issue, is targeted for Fall 2018.
TM TACT-Enabled SDR
TM TACT-Enabled SDR is a Software Defined Radio (SDR). Its design incorporates a 2-MHz to 2-GHz frequency range with a 100-MHz wide bandwidth channel. It has multiple-input-multiple-output (MIMO) capabilities and a 1-GigE Ethernet port for data input, which is upgradable up to 100 GigE, and will use FPGAs.
FPGAs are programmable semiconductor devices consisting of a matrix of Configurable Logic Blocks (CLBs) connected through programmable interconnects. As opposed to ASICs, where the device is custom built for the particular design, FPGAs can be programmed to the desired application or functionality requirements. Although One-Time Programmable (OTP) FPGAs are available, the more prominently used type are SRAM- based which can be reprogrammed as the design evolves.
FPGAs allow designers to change their designs very late in the design cycle– even after the end product has been manufactured and deployed in the field. In addition, FPGAs allow for field upgrades to be completed remotely, eliminating the costs associated with re-designing or manually updating electronic systems.
The Prototype TM TACT Radios are expected to be released in the fall of 2018, They will be made available to specific customers for testing on that date. Follow-on customizations are expected.
TM TACT Sig-Gen
TM TACT Sig-Gen is a software suite to be used with signal generators such as those sold by Rohde & Schwarz, Keysight, Anritsu, and others. Radio frequency signal generators are test and analysis instruments used by engineers and scientists to replicate radio waveforms in order to develop new products and to test equipment and configurations.