HiLight releases a step-by-step guide to interfacing their PMD chipset with popular Broadcom MAC chips for 10G-PON ONUs
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HiLight releases a step-by-step guide to interfacing their PMD chipset with popular Broadcom MAC chips for 10G-PON ONUs

HiLight releases a step-by-step guide to interfacing their PMD chipset with popular Broadcom MAC chips for 10G-PON ONUs

HiLight Semiconductor, a world leader in CMOS integrated circuit chips for optical communications, today announced the release of an Application Note targeting customers wishing to use HiLight’s 10G-PON PMD chipset with Broadcom’s popular ONU MAC SoC ICs.

The application note provides customers with an easy to use step-by-step guide to interfacing the HiLight HLC10P5/6 burst ‘Combo’ transceiver ICs with a Broadcom MAC SoC that covers PMD Combo pin-2-pin compatibility, BOM component count reduction, optimisation of transmitter and receiver optical performance, and integration software considerations.

Click here to read the full press release.



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