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Reduce power-supply effects on ADSL data rates 2003-03-17
Careful selection of the supply's switching frequency can improve the data rate, size, power consumption, and cost of ADSL modems. ?
Portable design methodology saves power and area for ADSL AFE chips 2000-12-01
Dimensionless notation is saving area and power in numerous analog designs. ?
Optimizing I/O protection for ADSL modems 2003-05-16
By utilizing ordinary phone lines, ADSL tools need protection from electrical risks such as lightning stresses and other power hazards. ?
Meeting test challenges for ADSL 2003-12-01
Advanced instrumentation used in mixed-signal testers provides dedicated resources to support complex single-tone, multitone and IMD measurements for multi-site test of complex ADSL devices. ?
Flow control in ADSL/DSLAM applications 1999-04-08
In ADSL implementations, a number of external events can affect data rates including temperature, the physical condition of the link and electromagnetic interference. Likewise, a number of internal events, such as downstream congestion at the ADSL queue or upstream congestion at the client, certainly affect data flow. This paper examines one ABR implementation and describes how it contributes to flexible, cost-effective rate adaptive solutions. ?
Designing ADSL in an ATM network 1999-11-01
Based on the development of the current standard, you can fit an ADSL modem into the ATM network. The advantage of using a programmable DSP core for this application is that you can quickly adjust to the ever-changing telecommunications standard. ?
Bridging ADSL line driver challenges 2000-05-03
ADSL technology is rapidly being adopted around the world by various Internet service providers (ISP) and local exchange carriers (LEC) for the purpose of providing high speed data communications over twisted pair phone lines. This article describes the ADSL technology in detail. ?
Application of ADSL in an ATM network 1999-06-29
This report investigates and explains how the ADSL modem fits into the ATM network, based on the development of the current standard. ?
ADSL: Building a better front-end 2002-07-16
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ADSL technology explained: The Physical Layer 2001-05-08
Learn about ADSL's multicarrier modulation technique, common impairments and phone-line characteristics. ?
ADSL front-ends jumping analog hurdles 2000-10-01
ADSL technology is succeeding as a key way to bring multimedia and Internet content to the home. To achieve complete success, ADSL analog front-ends must be carefully designed to avoid noise and linearity problems. ?
ADSL CO Driver Design And Thermal Resistance 2001-04-03
This paper provides architectural and thermal analyses of the driver portion of an ADSL CO system. ?
What does a VDSL modem consist of? 2004-02-02
With the tremendous market potential of VDSL, a close examination of VDSL technical solutions would seem in order. ?
The new order in networking 2000-10-01
Fiber makes the core of network infrastructure, while ATM is pushing into the access space. And the Internet lies at the heart of a new network order. ?
The future of mixed-signal design 2000-02-01
I hear two contradictory things regarding mixed-signal IC design. One set of voices says the systems-on-chip (SoC) of the future will be large mixed-signal systems, and the proportion of these being built will double from about 33 percent currently to 66 percent by 2005. The other set of voices says everything will be big digital chips constructed in ever-deeper submicron CMOS, in that the ASICs of the future will use as many 15 million logic gates, but that the analog and mixed-signal circuitry will be left off-chip. ?
Testing modems, xDSL and ISDN in a shared environment 2003-12-16
Dial-up modems, ISDN terminal adaptors and xDSL modems will be more commonly used in a shared environment with the increase in computing power. ?
Satisfying the analog interface demands of VDSL 2004-09-01
Here's a look at some of the key issues designers must consider when building VDSL analog front-ends. ?
POTS and DSL - Mixing it up in DLC 2002-04-08
This article describes the challenges in deploying ADSL in current DSL model through DLC as well as the advantages of integrated voice and data solution. ?
Next-gen DSL: SoC doubles the data rates 2005-01-17
The promise of an even broader broadband reach rests on the shoulders of two new DSL implementations--ADSL2+ and READSL. ?
Line drivers thrive in ADSL2/ADSL2+ designs 2003-12-16
We present a method for calculating power dissipation while also discussing the trade-offs between supply voltage and performance. ?
Integrated access device to boost broadband Internet 2000-06-01
A new router dynamo combines the best of DSL and ATM technologies to support multimedia applications over the existing copper-wire pairs in telephone network. The paper outlines basic design and implementation issues to realize a new class of telecom routers. ?
GTLP technology drives high-performance data and telecommunications 1999-06-29
This paper introduces a backplane semiconductor technology that was designed to offer engineers an improved solution to the problems of high backplane designs. The paper also demonstrates the Gunning Transceiver Logic Plus (GTLP) technology that allows design engineers to economically achieve high performance multi-drop backplane designs that supports throughput levels of 200Mbps to 30Gbps. ?
Future-proof your broadband gateway designs 2003-08-18
Through a little due diligence, a designer can do much to ensure gateway longevity in the face of rapidly evolving networking options. ?
Future-proof telecom networks with VDSL2 2006-01-02
Designed to support triple-play services, VDSL2 enables operators and carriers a cost-efficient upgrade of existing xDSL-infrastructures. ?
DSPs: Key to broadband's future 2001-03-01
While DSP technology is integral to the new broadband appliances, it is also playing a central role in the broadband access technologies such as DSL that will deliver high bandwidth to these appliances. ?
DSL flavors color designer choice 2001-03-01
The fact that several different flavors of digital subscriber line (DSL) exist today is a classic example of the inherent laissez-faire nature of the technology industry. ?
DMT solves UTP challenges in VDSL designs 2004-11-16
By tapping the DMT technology employed in current ADSL systems, designers can effectively build a VDSL or EFM solution that can combat the problems created by UTP cables. ?
Creating a broadband digital home 2001-03-01
A broader perspective of home networking is quickly evolving, one that takes into account the full spectrum of bundled services that can be delivered over a broadband pipe. ?
Choosing wisely between QAM and DMT for VDSL 2003-07-16
Telecom operators are responding to the competitive threat of cable and satellite services by offering high-speed applications and converged services to residential and business customers. ?
Comms design activity bucks the downward trend 2001-06-16
Rollout delays, service problems and fly-by-night service providers may have dampened market conditions for DSL technology, but design activity continues at a frantic pace. ?


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