Software-defined Radio
Software-defined Radio (SDR) defines a collection of software technologies where some or all of the radio's operating functions (also referred to as physical layer processing) are implemented through modifiable software or firmware operating on programmable processing hardware technologies. These devices include field programmable gate arrays (FPGA), digital signal processors (DSP), general purpose processors (GPP), programmable System on Chip (SoC) or other such programmable processors. The use of these technologies allows new wireless features and capabilities to be added to existing radio systems without requiring new hardware.  
TEKEVER CS is involved in several projects requiring enhanced expertise in SDR technology and believes SDR-based systems will be the next big step in heterogeneous networking, flexible and highly interoperable communication systems. Designed for civilian purposes or the defence industry, SDR is nowadays being applied to innovative networking architectures, radio and wireless terminals. TEKEVER CS team implements both SDR architectures compliant with the state-of-the-art standards (e.g. SCA) and advanced waveforms.