New HomePlug® AV PLC Modules For Embedded Networking or Consumer Electronics Applications

17 SEPTEMBER 2009

NJ – Bel Fuse Inc., a premier developer of magnetic-based solutions for high-speed networking and computer applications, announced the availability of their newest Powerline Communications (PLC) transceiver modules (PN# 0804-5000-17 and 0804-5000-18) to support HomePlug® AV standards. The low-power modules notably integrate Intellon’s third-generation INT6400/INT1400 HomePlug AV chip set, along with the majority of components required for adding HomePlug AV functionality to any embedded consumer electronics or networking product. Devices feature a MII (Host and PHY) interface, and easily connect to embedded systems via the standard 1.27 mm header to further assist OEMs and ODMs speed time-to-market and minimize BOM costs.
Designed to support the development of HD-grade communication bridges both to and from the powerline, Bel’s PLC transceiver modules are well suited for the broadest spectrum of embedded HomePlug AV applications including High Definition (HD) and Standard Transmission (SD) video distribution, Internet Protocol Television (IPTV), Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and backbone for Wi-Fi, UWB and wireless USB. They are equally appropriate in higher data rate broadband sharing, shared broadband Internet access, audio and video streaming, and file sharing applications.
www.belfuse.com

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