Broadcom Company introduced a chipset that includes a digital signal processor and analog interface BCM65200 BCM65900.
This chipset allows to transmit data on the existing wiring DSL (digital subscriber line is a copper twisted pair) at a rate of up to 1 Gbit / s.
New VDSL chipset with built-in support for vectorization and G.fast, according to the manufacturer, is built on an advanced architecture and is characterized by a high level of integration.
It is designed for 36 VDSL2 lines or 6 lines G.fast and has a high-speed interfaces, the presence of which eliminates the need for external interface physical layer chips and devices for generating frames.
Allegedly, BCM65200 / 900 – the most energy efficient solution for this kind of systems based on multiplexers G.vector (DSLAM) and architecture FTTdp (fiber to the distribution point) combining optical fiber and existing copper wiring.
Full backwards compatibility with VDSL technology and ADSL, including suppression of crosstalk and G.Fast G.vector, makes BCM65200 / 900 until the only commercially available chipset that enables operators to selectively offer G.fast new users on the same system as the VDSL2.
Chips BCM65200 / 900 issued on 28-nanometer technology. Currently available study images chipset.