The downstream data broadcast from the core is converted from digital to analogue by a Remote PHY device (RPD) at the network edge, while the upstream data from end users is converted from analogue to digital format.
The RPD has QAM modulators for translation downstream and QAM demodulators for translation upstream.
The Global Remote PHY Devices Market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
The most recent Remote PHY Cable Access module from Vecima Networks Inc. features improved support for external node platforms.
The ERM322 module improves the useful life of commonly used, non-Vecima hybrid-fiber-coax (HFC) access nodes and is a component of Vecima’s market-leading Entra Distributed Architecture Access (DAA) platform for Cable Access.
Both the EN9000 Generic Access Platform (GAP) node and the EN8100 Access Node from Vecima support the deployment of the ERM322 Remote PHY Device (RPD).
The ERM322 may also be installed in legacy nodes made by Cisco and CommScope and supports two-downstream services, two-upstream service groups, and full spectrum DOCSIS 3.1.
The ERM322, which is based on silicon from the world’s top manufacturer of SoCs (System on a Chip) for Remote PHY, will enable notable improvements in density, capacity, and power usage.
Vecima’s upgrade path for vendor nodes from third parties exhibits high CapEx protection while simultaneously providing enticing OpEx reductions.
When compared to analogue transmission modules, RPD and RMD modules offer more operational controls and monitoring. Operators will need fewer truck rolls to manage the cable access network with this control and visibility.
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