Low-Power ADSL Chipset Offers High Density

March 1, 2000
The Quad-Port ADSL chipset offers a 30% to 50% savings to xDSL equipment manufacturers and reportedly has the highest density and lowest power consumption currently available. The set is a fully programmable, multi-mode, flashless Internal Direct

The Quad-Port ADSL chipset offers a 30% to 50% savings to xDSL equipment manufacturers and reportedly has the highest density and lowest power consumption currently available. The set is a fully programmable, multi-mode, flashless Internal Direct Memory Access (IDMA) solution that enables xDSL equipment makers to design high-density line cards for voice switches, DSLAMs and digital loop carrier equipment. The Quad-Port two-chip set consists of the AD6491 DSP and AD6490 analog front-end (AFE). Power consumption for the chipset is less than 2 watts per port for full-rated ADSLs.

Company: ANALOG DEVICES INC.

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