Notes & News
Notes from the team …
Our team has expertise across the range of skills needed to design and manufacture radio equipment. It includes several engineers with over twenty years of experience each in fields such as cellular communication systems, radio system design, RF engineering, embedded software, protocol stacks and signal processing. Here we have given them the opportunity to present articles on a range of topics that relate to our work at cellXica.
In 2021 we hosted our first 1yr placement student from Bath University. Here is what Khizar Shaikh had to say about his experience.
We usually have a couple of students join us for the summer. This year Phoebe worked in the software and firmware team, and Jamie in the hardware team. Here are their summaries of their time with us.
Haydn Evans joined cellXica as a graduate in 2019 and shares his views of his first year with us.
Dan Carey joined cellXica in September 2020, in the middle of the pandemic with the Company’s staff largely working from home. Here he describes his first six months during these unusual times.
Floyd Lazare has been involved in SDR on and off since the mid-1980s. These are his personal perspectives on the subject.
… and elsewhere
“The Best of British RAN Development project (BoB) will demonstrate a commercial and technically viable Radio Access Network architecture designed, developed and manufactured in the UK”
cellXica Ltd will design, develop and manufacture our next generation 5G standalone basestation hardware platform (EXSITE-M5Q) and develop the 5G NR Standalone physical-layer digital design and protocol stack software for the EXSITE-M5Q platform
Issue 6 of the UK 5G Innovation Briefing talks about cellXica and its technologies:
“cellXica has taken its physical layer, protocal stack and equally impressive SDR and wrapped them up into a range of base stations with different features and form factors”
“Wiltshire Valley locals build their own mobile phone network
…participants – Vodafone, EE, O2 and Three. Ch4lke Mobile, which is community owned, is using British-made hardware and software from a small Cambridge company called CellXica. The company is also …”
AUGUST 10, 2020