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Start with the news release Maxim develops Docsis 3.0 upstream amplifier from Maxim Integrated Products, which we summarised at the time by saying "Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX3518, a Docsis 3.0 upstream amplifier that combines very low power consumption with optimal distortion performance. ". Several months prior to that, we featured the news release Maxim releases MAX2051 SiGe passive mixer from Maxim Integrated Products: "Maxim Integrated Products' MAX2051 is a high-performance 815 to 1550MHz SiGe passive mixer.".
In August 2008, we covered the news from Freescale Semiconductor - take a look at SoC cuts the cost of GPON deployment which says: "Data path engine and Power Architecture technologies combine to provide high data forwarding throughput rates for the delivery of video and data broadband content.".
Take a look also at the news release from Anadigics, Amplifier supports faster Docsis datarates, as well as Power amp drives cables to new standards from RF Micro Devices, and Cable box chipset unifies MPEG-TS and IP services from Texas Instruments (April 2006-).
Company announces broadband acquisition (April 2008)
Conexant's strengths in broadcast operator set-top box (STB) solutions complement NXP's terrestrial IP and retail STB and digital TV products.
D/A convertor simplifies RF design (January 2008)
The MAX5881 solution is ideal for Docsis 3.0-compliant edge QAM devices and cable modem termination systems.
RF chipset takes cables to broadband speed (May 2007)
Two-device chipset eases RF design for cable modems designed to meet the new DOCSIS 3.0 standard.
FPGAs deliver over 20GMACS for under US $30 (April 2007)
Low-cost DSP-optimised FPGAs claim a new price-performance-power triad for digital signal processing.
DOCSIS-compliant 1GHz input tuner for cable modems (March 2007)
DOCSIS-compliant 1GHz input tuner for use in cable modems offers the equivalent capability of four DOCSIS 2.0 digital tuners
Cable box chip keeps up with DOCSIS standards (March 2007)
Low-cost front-end IC for cable TV STBs supports the DOCSIS 2.0 standard, and is fully compatible with the DOCSIS 3.0 channel-bonding scheme.
Network tester improves VoIP coverage (October 2005)
JDSU has expanded the VoIP testing capability of its industry-leading digital services activation meter (DSAM) by releasing the DSAM version 2.4 with new VoIPCheck test capability.
Convertors boast of AC performance (February 2005)
The fastest ADC in Linear Technology's recently announced LTC2220 family achieves extremely low power consumption with excellent AC performance.
- Maxim develops Docsis 3.0 upstream amplifier
Maxim Integrated Products has introduced the MAX3518, a Docsis 3.0 upstream amplifier that combines very low power consumption with optimal distortion performance.
Amplifier supports faster Docsis datarates
Device supports high linear power levels, which enable channel bonding and thus higher datarates in the cable system upstream (return) path.
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