Montreal, Canada — November, 15, 2018 — Electroline announces DOCSIS3.1 Cable Modem is in processing of Cablelabs certification and in two major cable operators’s DOCSIS lab testing
Electroline launches AeroQAM Series with DOCSIS3.1 hardened cable modem for DOCSIS Mobile / Small Cell Backhaul Solution.
Electroline's DOCSIS3.0 cable modem (CableLabs ID ELEC1121, model EECM3) has been certified by Cablelabs. The DOCSIS 3.0 product lines, which include Power Supplier Transponders, WiFi Wireless AreoQAM series and Ruggedized Temperature Hardended Cable Modem, are available for public consumption.
Montreal, Canada — October, 21, 2013 — Electroline announces the release of its 3rd Generation of Wi-Fi over DOCSIS 3.0 platform, a scalable and powerful wireless device supporting multi-application solutions.
Offers a complete line of Electro Optics for HFC and FTTH access networks. These products are designed to comply with cable PON and RFoG requirements.
-Offers a new HMS Transponder with Embedded DOCSIS Modem (DHT) technology for managing, monitoring and controlling HFC network devices.
-Electroline celebrates 50 years in business.
-Electroline acquires VisionTeq, a Florida-based corporation offering a broad range of headend and field management products for the cable telecommunications marketplace.
-Introduces two application-specific drop amplifiers. The EDA-EQ has a built-in forward equalizer, ideal for long cable drops. The EDA-UG unity gain drop amplifier splits signals in both 4 or 8 ways with a 0 dB loss.
Launches the CLEARPath Locator Software for Trilithic, building a reliable solution for ingress management.
Launches latest addressable tap technology, the RetroPlate, a product with a unique design to allow fast and simple conversion from passive taps to addressable taps.
Faced with the challenges posed by the wide-scale changes in cable technology, it develops the first complete solution to detect, isolate, and locate ingress in a matter of minutes by introducing its CLEARPath™ technology.
Launches the world's first drop amplifier with a 3dB noise figure by incorporating gallium arsenide (GaAs) technology in its design.
Launches its first 1 GHz bandwidth products: the addressable CAT™, splitters, and directional couplers