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BCM6345 Single-Chip ADSL CPE Modem
The BCM6345 combines a G.992.1/G.992.2/T1.413 ADSL transceiver and AFE with a high-performance MIPS32TM CPU, a 10/100 Ethernet interface, a USB 1.1 transceiver, a PCMCIA interface, and a generic and flexible expansion bus into a single chip.
The embedded ADSL transceiver and AFE supports full-rate G.dmt, T1.413, and G.Lite ADSL modems along with G.997.1, G.994.1, I.432 TC layer, dual-latency framing, NTR, and embedded operations channels for remote management of the CPE.
The embedded MIPS32 CPU, with Broadcom-supplied software, controls the ADSL modem, performs high-performance bridging and routing between the ADSL WAN interface and various LAN interfaces, and allows for customer application development with industry-standard EJTAG/Ethernet tool chains and development environments.
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