Austin, TX--May 28, 1997--Motorola Semiconductor (Austin, TX) announced that it will be demonstrating its new family of analog modem systems solutions at Supercomm, June 2-7 in New Orleans.
Citing its expertise in wired communications systems--ATM, ISDN, and ADSL--as well as customer requests for Motorola-produced analog modem solutions, the company will showcase reference design boards and a live demonstration at booth 4149.
The reference design boards that will be on display include an ISA PnP Passive ISDN + Modem and an External Active Modem. There will also be a live Internet access demonstration featuring the External Active Modem. Motorola representatives will be on hand to answer questions and provide additional details on the new family of analog modem systems solutions.
Motorola's analog modem solutions are based on the DSP56300 Digital Signal Processor (DSP) core. Because of this, engineers will benefit from the array of DSP software development tools available from Motorola and other third parties, and will be able to customize their end products more easily.
In addition, the high-performance 56300 core has sufficient additional processing power (MIPS) for future Motorola modem product releases or customer-specific software.
Motorola's combination ISDN + Modem contains all of the software and hardware required to implement a complete end product, satisfying customer demand for total system solutions. The MC143453/54's host-controlled architecture eliminates the need for an additional processor and reduces overall memory cost.
The External Active Modem Evaluation Kit (MC143450EVK) will be available through your local Motorola sales office or distributor after Supercomm. The MCK143450, MCK143453/54, MC143453EVK, and MC143450RDK are planned for release in the third quarter of 1997.
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