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Broadband Management

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  1. Mini-CMTS

    DAH - Mini-CMTS


    A Mini-CMTS called DOCSIS Access HUB (DAH) and MoCA® based indoor solution. Common for both technologies is that they offer fibre-like experience over traditional coaxial cabling.

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  2. 694 Series

    Samsung and Teleste Broadband Solution

    This joint solution utilises Teleste’s DOCSIS Access Hub, the DAH100, and Samsung’s DOCSIS HE694/ND694 HTV televisions to bring high-speed, broadband-level Internet access to guest rooms over existing coaxial cabling. Traditionally, hospitality industry service providers have built separate networks for delivering cable TV and IP-based services, such as guest Internet access, OTT (Over The Top) and video-on-demand. This has, in many c ...

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  3. Technicolor Ultra-Broadband Cable Gateway

    Technicolor Ultra-Broadband Cable Gateway

    Media Access TC4210 Ultra-Broadband Cable Gateway The TC4210 is a EuroDOCSIS 3.0 cable gateway introducing the next generation in high-speed data services. This new cable solution offers next to four bonded upstream channels, 16 bonded downstream channels for wired download speeds of up to 880 Mbps. Operators can now offer their customers even faster broadband access as well as demanding IPTV services.  Full Band Capture Solution Thank ...

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  4. CXE 180

    CXE 180

    CXE 180  - Amplifier Compact distribution amplifier that can be used both as a house distribution amplifier as well as line extender with remote powering. Inbuilt diplex filters, return amplifier and all adjustments GaAs pHEMT and FET gain technology High US gain Mid-stage gain selection Low power dissipation Input / output test points Enhanced surge and ESD protection Flat / sloped output selection ...

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  5. Philips and Teleste Broadband Solution

    Philips and Teleste Broadband Solution

    This joint solution utilises Teleste’s DOCSIS Access Hub, the DAH100, and Philips Hospitality TVs to bring high-speed, broadband-level Internet access to guest rooms over existing coaxial cabling. Traditionally, hospitality industry service providers have built separate networks for delivering cable TV and IP-based services, such as guest Internet access, OTT (Over The Top) and video-on-demand. This has, in many cases, made it considerably ...

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