Spidcom, a powerline communication silicon provider, will display the reference designs based on its HomePlugAV certified open platform at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2011 in Las Vegas, Jan. 6-9. It will also demonstrate an implementation of the Broadband Forum’s TR-069 model for HomePlugAV devices.

Spidcom is a fabless semiconductor company specializing in open solutions for anywire broadband communications. At CES 2011, it will present the SPR300-AV and the SPR310-AV.

Based on the HomePlugAV powerline communication specification – now an IEEE 1901 standard – the SPR300-AV and SPR310-AV enable whole-home HD-quality entertainment over the existing electrical wires.

The SPR300-AV has a gigabit Ethernet port, a "pass-through" design with a noise filter and an integrated socket; whereas the SPR310-AV was designed to enable a specific Ethernet 100 Mbps bridging at lower cost.

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