Modem Chipset Drives Multiple Internet Services

Jan. 1, 2001
Using a DSP-based chipset and circuit board, the WildWire solution supports three different modem-based Internet services using one telephone line. The solution equips PCs and retail standalone modems with V.90 55-kbps analog, ADSL "Lite" and ADSL

Using a DSP-based chipset and circuit board, the WildWire solution supports three different modem-based Internet services using one telephone line. The solution equips PCs and retail standalone modems with V.90 55-kbps analog, ADSL "Lite" and ADSL "full rate" services. Powered by its DSP1691 chip, the integrated solution eliminates the need for separate V.90 modem and DSL circuit boards, as well as a separate network interface card. By integrating all three service-enabling technologies, the chipset solution also minimizes the number of phone line connections. The chipset costs $39.00 each/100,000.

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