Single-Chip ADSL Hits CPE

Aug. 1, 2002
Claiming to be the industry’s first single-chip ADSL customer premise equipment (CPE) solution, the BCM6345 integrates all ADSL modem functionality, networking elements, and expansion capability into a single CMOS chip. These include a full-rate

Claiming to be the industry’s first single-chip ADSL customer premise equipment (CPE) solution, the BCM6345 integrates all ADSL modem functionality, networking elements, and expansion capability into a single CMOS chip. These include a full-rate ADSL transceiver and analog front-end with support for Annex A, B and C, MIPS32 core, and a 10/100 Ethernet MAC/PHY with Auto-MDIX, an MII bus, and a USB 1.1 transceiver. The chip also includes hardware ATM SAR functionality. BROADCOM, Irvine, CA. (949) 450-8700.

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