Broadband access system

Jan. 1, 1999

Broadband access system

The Integrated Broadband Access System is an aggregate add/drop multiplexer that allows the existing optical fiber infrastructure to transmit legacy telephony, compressed HDTV audio/video and switched circuit or packet data on a single access loop. The system features bandwidth-on-demand technology that enables network operators to allocate bandwidth on an as-needed basis. The system features the interface and multiplexing operability to provide bandwidth on demand to service operators and users of MPEG II video, Ethernet/Fast Ethernet Internet data, ATM packets, and legacy telecommunications. The bandwidth is scalable in T1/E1 increments to OC-3/OC-12 rates.

Sunny Comm Inc.

Santa Clara, CA

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