TriAccess Technologies, a provider of CATV and FTTH (Fiber-To-The-Home) RFICs (Radio Frequency Integrated Circuits) for amplifying high-quality multimedia content, today announced the TAT6254D, a new amplifier for Radio Frequency over Glass (RFoG)-based fiber access networks. The new amplifier is tailor-made for RFoG applications and utilizes TriAccess’ trans-impedance amplifier (TIA) technology in an optimized two-stage, single-chip solution.

The TAT6254D incorporates all the downstream receiver requirements for RFoG services, providing a single chip solution for R-ONUs (Residential Optical Network Unit).

“The demarcation point into the home is the critical link to ensure a consistent signal that maximizes the value of the FTTH network," said Chris Day, TriAccess Technologies president and CTO, in a prepared statement. "The TAT6254D amplifier provides RF services for cable operators using RFoG/DOCSIS, as well as those choosing to deploy other PON architectures.”

(For more on FTTH and TriAccess, click here).

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