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2011-11-01 Optical amplifier tech aimed to reach >40km
The next-generation access system applied to optical aggregation networks can have 128 terminal-equipment connections
2005-04-25 Motorola inks deal to provide fiber-to-premises gear for Verizon network
Motorola Inc. has signed a five-year contract with Verizon Communications Inc. to supply equipment for the telco's next-generation fiber-to-the-premises (FTTP) networks.
2008-06-12 Dual-speed Serdes available for EPON terminals
Texas Instruments has introduced a low-power Serdes device that provides a fast relock time and supports a wide data bandwidth range from 1- to 2.6Gbit/s.
2009-09-18 DP-QPSK LN modulator drives 10Gbit/s optical nets
Fujitsu Optical Components Ltd unveiled a DP-QPSK LN modulator with low drive voltage for 100Gbit/s optical networks
2002-11-01 Building up to transparent and reconfigurable optical networks
To achieve economy and flexibility, transparent optical networking must adopt advanced switching, adaptive technologies, and fault management capabilities
2010-02-05 Optical network IC packs six-port GbE switch
Marvell launches a family of passive optical networks chips that integrate six-port Gbit Ethernet switch that supports Audio-Video Bridging, IP multicasting and a draft Energy-Efficient Ethernet standard
2010-01-12 40Gbit/s optical networks DQPSK receiver is tiny
The receiver enables smaller transponders, making optical transmission equipment for 40Gbit/s optical networks more environment-friendly
2007-07-02 PON player makes broader push into gigabit
Passive optical network IC player iamba Networks Inc. is rolling out subsystems for the line- and network-termination sides of optical networks. Unlike competitors BroadLight Inc. and PMC-Sierra Inc., the Israeli company will emphasize board and packaged system designs more than individual chipsets
2006-08-29 MoCA certifies Motorola, Tellabs ONTs
The Multimedia over Coax Alliance recently certified optical network terminal triple-play fiber-to-the-home terminals from Motorola and Tellabs.
2004-02-24 Infineon transceivers with 10Gbps data rate
Infineon Technologies has developed the X2 MSA transceivers with extended reach of up to 300m over legacy fiber.
2009-09-04 GPON devices support MoCA standard
Broadcom debuts GPON gateway processors that facilitate cost effective optical network terminals.
2008-01-31 GPON chips ready to invade homes
Startup Iamba Networks Inc. has introduced its first chips to bring fiber-to-the-home, joining the bandwagon of companies hoping a long-awaited ramp in GPONs will begin this year.
2015-10-22 Single-chip PON OLT device targets fibre service providers
The Broadcom BCM68620 offers support for both existing and next-generation fibre technologies under a common API to enable a unified system software design that can be applied to all PON protocols.
2007-04-05 DQPSK modulator offers 'lowest' drive voltage
Fujitsu has announced what it claims is the world's lowest drive voltage DQPSK LN optical modulator for 40Gbps optical transmission systems
2007-01-11 FP laser chip cuts costs of diplexers, triplexers
Avanex has unveiled what it claims is the first 1310nm Fabry Perot laser chip designed to minimize the cost of diplexers and triplexers by enabling the use of fully automated and scalable passive alignment techniques.
2002-04-02 Broadcom mux/demux chipsets offer 2mUI jitter
Broadcom Corp. has announced the availability of the BCM8124/8125 and BCM8128/8129 multi-rate 10Gbps mux/demux chipsets that feature a jitter of 2mUI(rms).
2006-03-16 Loop-timed SerDes offers low-power, high-speed
Analog Devices Inc. has developed a loop-timed serializer-deserializer (SerDes) device for passive optical networking terminals
2008-06-02 Evolving PONs demand FPGA flexibility
FPGA technology, low-cost optics, and a passive architecture have made significant contributions to passive optical networks and to the evolution of these networks. Prior to 2002, lower-performance FPGA generations served primarily as prototyping tools. Today's FPGAs are high performance, feature rich, and well suited to meet growing PON design requirements. In addition, FPGAs that offer lower design costs, flexibility, and scalability are the linchpin for turbo-charging the PON market
2010-09-07 Transimpedance amplifiers boast improved sensitivity, dynamic range
Tiny signals no match for Mindspeed's new 1.25BG/s, 2.5GB/s TIAs
2006-11-08 Texas Instruments joins coax alliance
The Multimedia over Coax Alliance (MoCA) announced that Texas Instruments has recently signed up, bringing the total number of MoCA members to 43, including 11 chip vendors.
2013-08-22 RF switch improves broadband cable systems
Optimised for high linearity and isolation performance, the PE42720 from Peregrine supports increasing data rates as required by the industry transition to DOCSIS 3.1.
2007-11-22 Growing MoCA foothold drives call for home-net standard
As the Multimedia over Coax Alliance increases it foothold with a handful of service providers, a new standards effort and a startup are responding to a call for next-generation gigabit home networks.
2008-05-12 CDR Serdes trims down cost, power use
By combining the functions of three ICs within a single, highly integrated device, the Maxim's MAX3886 CDR Serdes provides significant cost and power savings to manufacturers of PON equipment for the FTTH market.
2005-10-12 Microchip 16bit MCU line highlights performance, compatibility
Members of Microchip's new family of 16bit PIC microcontrollers are capable of up to 40MIPS performance, feature 16KB of RAM and 256KB of flash program memory, and are available in up to 100-pin packages.
2008-04-03 10G EPON ref designs rev up triple-play, FTTB
The availability of 10Gbit/s EPON systems will enable carriers to further expand their triple-play services and FTTB solutions, and lay the foundation for future bandwidth-demanding applications.
2008-07-07 PLCs cut costs in developing production equipment
Omron Corp. today announced the released the SYSMAC CJ2 programmable controller, Ethernet unit for CS/CJ series and CX-One FA Integrated Tool Package version 3.0 to support Ethernet/IP for industrial use.
2013-06-03 Improve power consumption in card detection system
Here's a solution for achieving the ultra-low power card detection operations.
2009-05-28 China Optics Valley ready for broader terrain
Wuhan, capital of Hubei Province in China, is known as the country's "Optics Valley," but the city's ambitions don't end with optoelectronics.
2005-09-08 Building an end-to-end architecture that supports fixed mobile convergence
Fixed Mobile Convergence is receiving significant attention from the research community and telecom equipment vendors around the world. Is there an end-to-end architecture that will support FMC?
2005-01-03 Asia ups ante on wireless functionality
Functionality and convergence are painting Asia's wireless landscape a shade brighter this year as more consumers in the region go mobile.
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