Lindsay Broadband expands HFC network rebuild, fiber deep product lines to 1.2/1.8 GHz

Sept. 13, 2022
Lindsay Broadband says its technology solutions enable operators to get more bandwidth per user.
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Lindsay Broadband, a division of Technetix group, notes that its end-to-end platforms for HFC network rebuilds now create high performance networks to 1.2 and 1.8 GHz, including popular upstream/downstream splits of 42/54, 85/102 and 204/258 MHz.

A complete mapping of this network architecture with actual products will be on display at this year’s SCTE Cable-Tec Expo 2022 in Philadelphia (September 19-22) in the company's booth # 5045.

As pointed out by the company:

"End users are demanding more video and data, which require more upstream/downstream bandwidth. To remain competitive, broadband service providers need innovative ways to leverage the spectrum their wired/wireless networks can support. Lindsay Broadband’s solutions will enable operators to get more bandwidth per user."

Featured products from Lindsay Broadband at SCTE Cable-Tec Expo '22 will include the company's:

  • LB-1000 optical headend access platform
  • LEON (Lindsay Ever On Networks) branded network standby UPS power supplies, VRLA and LiFePO4 batteries, and outdoor enclosures
  • A range of optical nodes, including the LBON4200 series 2x2 segmentable 4-port optical node, fiber to the tap (FTTT) LBON820ACT series, LBN220 series, and LBVM920 series
  • Fiber optic splitter service terminals
  • Line extenders (LBLE120A series) and bridger amplifiers (LB-MB120A series)
  • XTENDR HFC repeater (XT series)
  • CPE RFoG ONUs (LBON series)
  • Hardline passives (LH100 series)
  • Multitaps (LExMT1G8 series)
  • MDU amplifiers (LHA38RM series)
  • DOCSIS strand-mounted hardened access point for Wi-Fi (SMHAP series)
  • Indoor and outdoor access points to allow for TIP OpenWiFi and WBA OpenRoaming™
  • Remote switch for small cell power (LHC112-RS)
  • PoE++ DOCSIS gateway (LBDG-S90)

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