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DOCSIS solution

DOCSIS is an international specification for cable modems created by CableLabs. Because DOCSIS has become a standard, it is recognized by companies involved in the manufacture of network components for the cable market. It is very important because it allows collaboration between cable modems and CMTS. Thanks to this specification, cable operator customers get access to the Internet via the HFC network. The specification uses one or more forward and one or more return channels. The data that is sent to the user is sent to all cable modems. Each modem then only receives the data that is intended for it. The cable modems themselves can not communicate with each other. Theoretically, it is possible to use the DOCSIS specification for digital television as well. However, the data that travels from the modem is compressed into the MPEG-2 data format. Cable modems are also mounted in set-top boxes that have their "OpenCable" specification.

The cable TV network is transmitted analogically, each TV channel has a dedicated frequency band, the digital signal of the Internet is transferred to an analogue transmitter (CMTS) and broadcasts in a reserved band, similarly to the user-side TV channel being separated and converted back to the digital modem)

CMTS Arris E6000™ Converged Edge Router (CER)

The E6000 continues the highly successful legacy of the C4 CMTS and delivers new levels of density and cost-effectiveness for high-density markets in a simple, robust integrated architecture. Like the C4 CMTS, the E6000 CER provides a high availability, high performance solution with high scalability. All elements of the E6000 CER are redundant, either N+1 or 1+1, and all are hot-swappable which adds up to 99.999% system availability. In addition, the E6000 CER integrated architecture minimizes the effort and time required for initial installation, configuration, and troubleshooting.

More information about CMTS Arris:
  • control modules RSM 8x10G, backup 1+1
  • VF modules 12 slots, backup N+1
  • DS CAM: 192 (256) DS .. 8 F ports
  • US CAM: 96 US .. 24 MCX ports
  • EuroDOCSIS 3.0, 3.1 full support









Compact device developed on the basis of DOCSIS + EuroDOCSIS 2.0 and 3.0 standards, with 16 forward channels and 4 or 2 return channels.

MiniCMTS is primarily designed for smaller networks with a typical number of 50-300 modems per miniCMTS. Lica miniCMTS has been in operation for hundreds of installations across Europe and thousands of installations worldwide. Several years of miniCMTS traffic in live networks provide invaluable experience for further product development.

From the category miniCMTS we introduce the new product

miniCMTS LMC-2TU "Triple Unit"

LMC-2TU is specifically designed for distributed coaxial networks with optical backbone networks. Integrated optical node and RF amplifier. Optionally, GPON / GEPON ONU.

 Many operators are looking for devices that provide low CAPEX solutions and a high ARPU value. That is why we are glad to offer you the mentioned HW. The Mini CMTS is suitable for use wherever there is a coaxial network (hotels, residential houses, various coax networks). Mini CMTS is capable of transmitting multicast streams as well as Video-On-Demand, OTT, VoIP, Internet and so on. Also worth mentioning is the streaming of QAM streams.

MiniCMTS is designed for smaller cable operators. MiniCMTS supports up to 500 DOCSIS cable modems (max 350 DOCSIS 3.0 + 150 DOCSIS 2.0 or 500 DOCSIS 2.0) and offers 16 channels -> 880 Mbps downstream / 160 Mbps upstream. Ideal for providing high-speed data services. MiniCMTS offers an extensive web interface for easy configuration, management and debugging.









the gateway in the computer network to all others, provides networking with different protocols. The Gateway is a signage for information technology for a network node, an active device that provides communication and interconnection between other networks, in this case those that have different communication protocols. Serves as a parent router as well.

In our offer we have cable modems from Arris and Cisco. Modems are divided into three categories: basic, voice and gateway. Other important differences between modems are the number of channels the modem can connect to. By combining these channels (channel bonding), the modem can reach speeds of up to 1 Gbps. All the modems offered support the DOCSIS / EuroDOSCIS standards and are backward compatible to the original version 1.0.


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