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Conexant Systems, Inc.

Conexant Systems, Inc. is a leading provider of solutions for imaging, video, audio, and Internet access applications, and holds leadership positions in the major segments it addresses. The company's businesses consist of Imaging and PC Media (IPM), and Broadband Access (BBA). The IPM group is focused on delivering innovative solutions for imaging, video, and audio applications, and analog modems that enable cost-effective Internet connectivity. Its product portfolio includes a comprehensive suite of imaging solutions for fax machines, MFPs, and digital photo frames. Additional products include components and solutions for PCTV and video surveillance applications, and a broad range of audio products for PCs, speakers, and audio subsystems. The BBA group provides central office and customer premises equipment system solutions for xDSL networks worldwide, including growth markets for VDSL and ADSL residential gateways with integrated voice and wireless networking capabilities. Conexant is a fabless semiconductor company headquartered in California.

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Latest Content From Conexant Systems, Inc.

Whitepaper: VDSL2 Service Deployment with Bonding: Longer Reach and Higher Rate Triple-Play Access

by Conexant Systems, Inc.Jan 26, 2009

A major challenge facing telephone company operators in deployment of broadband access services is the issue of reaching all customers in the serving area with good signal quality suitable for triple-play service?voice, video, and data. The available bit rate on a twisted-pair cable is roughly inversely proportional to the length of the subscriber line. For triple-play services, VDSL2 is the leading access technology, since it operates with bandwidths of at least 8 MHz to enable downstream bit


Whitepaper: Speakers-on-a-Chip: The Convergence Solution for Audio Entertainment and Voice Communication Peripherals

by Conexant Systems, Inc.May 20, 2008

The PC is at the center of the convergence of audio entertainment and voice communication in homes and offices today. In addition to using PCs for surfing the Internet and as productivity tools, a growing number of people are using their PCs for entertainment and communication. To maximize the user experience for each audio application, consumers usually have desks full of audio peripherals for their PCs. Depending on the task, the user needs to change the audio setting in software and