Multi-Line DSL Terminal Solution
System development platform (including associated firmware) featuring a complete octal multimode VDSL2/ADSLx terminal solution that can be used for transport applications such as wirespeed bridging in the access network or Node B backhauling.
The BCM96519 compact multi-line digital subscriber line (DSL) terminal solution leverages Broadcom's high performance multi-mode ADSL2+/VDSL2, and vectoring and channel bonding technologies to increase the capacity of Ethernet connectivity over copper with rates approaching 1 Gb/s speed. The BCM96519 reference design is based upon the Broadcom BCM6519 octal digital transceiver and the Broadcom BCM6529 dual analog front end companion chip. The BCM96519 easily connects to Broadcom's widely deployed BladeRunner™ family of high performance DSL central office and Fiber-to-the-Node, Fiber-to-the-Curb or Fiber-to-the-Building chipsets.
- Delivers more network capacity at a better cost than Not Recommended for New Design T1/E1 and G.SHDSL systems in transport and access networks
- Offers a high data rate, low complexity and scalable copper-based transport solution to feed IP service routers and remote DSL access concentrators
- Supports ITU-T standard compliant 992.3 ADSL2, 992.5 ADSL2+ and 993.2 VDSL2 protocols with additional support for 998.1 ATM bonding and 998.2 PTM bonding (up to 8 lines)
- Provides ITU-T G.998.4 compliant physical layer retransmission and G.993.5 vectored VDSL for increased capacity
- Supports a high precision and innovative network timing recovery subsystem for carrier grade voice transmission and other timing sensitive applications to share the same backhaul links together with mobile broadband data and video transmission