ADSL G.lite Codec Reduces Board Space

Sept. 1, 1999
Fully compliant with the International Telecommunication Union's G.992.2 specification for G.lite ADSL, the TLFD500 is a highly integrated codec that allows for a simpler and more economical deployment of ADSL in applications where full ADSL speed

Fully compliant with the International Telecommunication Union's G.992.2 specification for G.lite ADSL, the TLFD500 is a highly integrated codec that allows for a simpler and more economical deployment of ADSL in applications where full ADSL speed isn't needed. The device offers integrated high-performance converters and filters to improve the performance of a G.lite modem while lowering its component count. It can directly interface to the firm's TMS320C54x and TMS320C6x digital signal processors via a serial port with no intervening glue logic. Designed with a high level of functionality, the device has all of the filters required in a G.lite modem integrated on-chip, reducing the number of board layers needed for the modem. The chip is packaged in an 80-pin TQFP.

Company: TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INC. - Semiconductor Group, Literature Response Center

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