LiquidxStream, Arris upgrade their QAM platforms

May 2009
CED;May2009, Vol. 35 Issue 5, p10
Trade Publication
The article reports that the company LiquidxStream Systems and Arris Inc. have expanded their QAM density platforms. LiquidxStream has expanded its universal edge QAM capacity to 36 QAMs per RF port while Arris has started a module for its D5 UEQ, designed to make the device capable of supporting more channels. Higher port density is stated to lower power consumption, upfront capital expenditure, and allow for future expansion to a higher number of QAM channels via computer software.


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