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cable modem

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A modem that transmits and receives data over the coaxial cables that are used for cable TV.
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With optional GPS traceability, redundant clock cards, redundant power supplies and an NTP Server option, TimeCreator 1000 is a fundamental part of a cable operator's headend or hub network deploying M-CMTS, DOCSIS 3.
DOCSIS Xpert is a powerful protocol analyzer which provides full visibility into the DOCSIS network and equipment, including detailed network topology and complete and accurate analysis for troubleshooting of DOCSIS product performance, standard compliance and interoperability.
The RFI specifically seeks information on DOCSIS 3.
0 specification-based cable modem architecture that enables fast adoption and deployment of advanced DOCSIS 3.
Designed to meet the multichannel DOCSIS RF interface specification (DOCSIS DRFI), it offers the best RF performance and most cost competitive advantage in the industry today.
Verecomm CableAVS for DOCSIS, based on Verecomm's flagship product, TestExpert(TM) AVT(TM), incorporates an Application Programming Interface developed specifically for Data Over Cable Service Interface Specification (DOCSIS) as well as interfaces for all software and hardware test tools specified in the DOCSIS Acceptance Test Plans.
By delivering interactive IP video to the home over DOCSIS, cable operators shift bandwidth demand on their networks to take advantage of the innovative features offered by IP video," says principal analyst Michael Arden.
The week of July 17, 2006, CableLabs hosted a week-long interoperability event to bring together suppliers that have been utilizing the specifications to develop DOCSIS 3.
CableLabs, DOCSIS, OpenCable and OCAP are trademarks of Cable Television Laboratories, Inc.
CableLabs, CableLabs Certified, CableHome and DOCSIS are trademarks of Cable Television Laboratories Inc.
AMEX:BDR) today announced the commercial launch of a Blonder Tongue manufactured high performance affordable DOCSIS based CMTS unit designed for cable television operators of any size seeking to deliver a cost-effective, scalable, standards based solution for broadband services over cable networks.