|Dimensions||1252μm x 1252μm|
|Power||140 mW @ 1.2 V, 325 MHz|
This chip implements a constrained Viterbi algorithm (CVA) equalizer for near-maximum likelihood sequence estimation (MLSE) in the downlink of code division multiple-access (CDMA) mobile communication systems. It is designed to support the time-duplexing high speed packet access (TD-HSPA) mobile communication standard and is one of the two main components in IIS' novel LEG-CVA  detector. When configured to use 64-QAM the chip can achieve decoding throughputs up to 4.2 Mbit/s, as specified by the TD-HSPA standard.
China's mobile communication market contributes a large deal to TD-HSPA's booming global market development. The chip was thus given the Chinese name for a carrier pidgeon, namely "Xin Ge", and carries the corresponding Chinese characters.