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  1. Hitron Picks MaxLinear DOCSIS 3.1 Chips

    MaxLinear (NYSE: MXL ) announced that Hitron Technologies is using MaxLinear DOCSIS 3.1 chips in its CODA-45 cable modem, which received DOCSIS 3.1 certification from CableLabs earlier this week. The CODA-45 uses MaxLinear's MxL277 Full-Spectrum Capture (FSC) digital cable front-end receiver and MxL236 upstream programmable gain amplifier, as well as Intel's Puma 7 DOCSIS 3.1 SoC. The modem is designed for up to 5 Gbps downstream over multi-carrier OFDM channels bonded with 32 single-carrier QAM channels and up to 1 Gbps upstream. The MxL277 is designed to operate up to 1.2 GHz and to support up to two OFDM channels and up to 32 QAM channels. The chip is intended for IP data gateways, home media gateways, and hybrid or IP-based set-top boxes. The MxL277 supports remote spectrum analyzer functions and SCTE 40 test scenarios for plant loading and impairment conditions. The MxL236 cable upstream programmable gain amplifier (PGA) is designed to support upstream frequencies up to 204 MHz with any combination of OFDM and QAM channels with a combined output power of up to 65 dBmV at the cable connector. It can report network health and performance parameters on the upstream link. "Working with Hitron to deliver multi-gigabit data rates utilizing DOCSIS 3.1 is an exciting milestone for MaxLinear," said Will Torgerson, MaxLinear's vice president and general manager, Broadband Group. "This is a great example of the value MaxLinear's Full-Spectrum Capture receivers bring to OEMs developing next-generation cable modem and gateway products. Our product features not only represent the absolute best-in-class in power savings, performance, form factor and ease of RF use, but also offer valuable network performance enhancement diagnostics to cable MSOs. We are looking forward to supporting Hitron with our MxL277 receiver and MxL236 PGA as they expand multimedia and data bandwidth in the home." Hitron has also used MaxLinear chips in its DOCSIS 3.0 CPE line, most notably for gigabit-capable 32-channel modems.

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    Thu, 1 Dec 2016

  2. SCTE OKs Codec, Voice Standards

    The SCTE has approved several standards around audio/video codecs and voice services.

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    Wed, 9 Nov 2016

  3. Demystifying Home WiFi

    By Monta Monaco Hernon - As WiFi continues its march to ubiquity, customer expectations are growing. When they experience problems, such ...

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    Tue, 25 Oct 2016

  4. IoT Revenue Shifting Away from Smart Home

    According to ABI Research, Internet of Things (IoT) gateway shipments are on the rise. The research house forecasts IoT gateway shipments ...

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    Mon, 24 Oct 2016

  1. Sagemcom, Plume Partner on Home WiFi

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    Tue, 18 Oct 2016

  2. Sagemcom Touts Multi-Gigabit Throughput

    At the Broadband World Forum in London, Sagemcom is showcasing a PON-based fiber and WiFi media gateway designed to provide ...

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    Mon, 17 Oct 2016

  3. Celeno, NXP Team on Whole-Home, Multi-Gig WiFi

    At the Broadband World Forum in London, Celeno Communications announced a joint reference system with NXP Semiconductors for the ...

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    Mon, 17 Oct 2016

  4. SCTE Creates IoT Standards Group

    The SCTE has created an Internet of Things (IoT) Working Group within the SCTE/ISBE Standards Group. Chris Cholas, gateway solutions ...

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    Thu, 6 Oct 2016

  5. Hitron Wades into WiFi

    BTR Technical Correspondent Ana Berry speaks with Greg Fisher, CTO of Hitron, about the company's DOCSIS 3.1 gateway with 4x4 802.11ac multi-user MIMO WiFi. The focus is on providing enough paths and throughput to support multiple users on multiple devices at once within the home.

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    Wed, 5 Oct 2016

  6. Alpha Showcases OSP Gateway Family

    Alpha Technologies has unveiled its AlphaGateway family of products, which combine HFC power and backhaul capacity, at the SCTE Cable-Tec ...

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    Tue, 27 Sep 2016

  7. ARRIS Expands D3.1 Portfolio, Launches Partner Program

    ARRIS (NASDAQ:ARRS) has expanded its portfolio of DOCSIS 3.1 customer premises equipment (CPE), including modems, broadband ...

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    Sun, 25 Sep 2016

  8. ATX Adds Support for DOCSIS 3.1, IP Video

    At the SCTE's Cable-Tec Expo in Philadelphia, ATX Networks is featuring 1.2 GHz RF management platforms, gateways, and enterprise IP video ...

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    Sun, 25 Sep 2016

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