Modem (cable/DSL/GFAST)

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Modem (cable/DSL/GFAST)

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Our integrated circuits and reference designs help you create broadband modem systems that enable support for the latest standards like G.mgfast and DOCSIS 3.1. Our high-speed line drivers support 106-MHz and 212-MHz digital subscriber line (DSL) profiles that use native discrete multitone modulation (DMT) signals.

Design requirements

Modern modem (cable/DSL/GFAST) systems require:

  • Ability to overcome and accommodate wide variations of signal conditions.
  • Superior external machine interface (EMI) and distortion performance with low-power consumption.

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Application note Large-Signal Specifications for High-Voltage Line Drivers 30 Jun 2011
Application note Picking ESD Diodes for Ultra High-Speed Data Lines 29 Jun 2016
Application note Doubling the Power with Ganged TPS2062/TPS2066 28 Sep 2004
White paper Upwardly Mobile: Cable Operators Moving Up To DOCSIS 3.0 24 Oct 2007
Application note Glitch free power sequencing with AXC level translators (Rev. A) 20 Sep 2018
Application note Noise Analysis for High Speed Op Amps (Rev. A) 19 Jan 2005
Application note Active Output Impedance for ADSL Line Drivers 19 Jan 2004
Application note Beyond BT High-Power PoE Solution using the TPS23880 and TPS2372-4 18 Sep 2018
Application note Optimizing Layout of the TPS54824 HotRod™ Package for Thermal Performance 16 Nov 2018
Application note Low Voltage Translation for SPI, UART, RGMII, JTAG Interfaces (Rev. B) PDF | HTML 11 May 2022
White paper Communications System Power Supply Designs 10 Dec 2011
Analog Design Journal Design Considerations for System-Level ESD Circuit Protection 01 Oct 2012

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