GAO's Soft -Modems for the Set -Top Box (STB)

The soft-modems are designed to be compliant with specific ITU-T standards and yield comparable reliability and quality to traditional hardware modem chipsets. GAO's soft-modems run on a DSP or microprocessor along with other control software and req

Toronto, Canada - GAO Research Inc. (www.GAOResearch.com) has launched its economical, flexible and reliable Soft -modem for Set -Top Boxes (STB). The soft -modems are designed to be compliant with specific ITU -T standards and yield comparable reliability and quality to traditional hardware modem chipsets. GAO's soft -modems run on a DSP or microprocessor along with other control software and require an analog front -end.

GAO's modular, re -locatable and reentrant soft -modems support multi -channel capability and improved for all common embedded hardware platforms. They are operating within a multi -tasking environment or as a stand -alone task and are optimized for fixed -point arithmetic. They support most commercial analog front ends (AFE) as well as various discrete DAAs with codes, depending on the application.
GAO's soft -modems are the ideal solution for satellite STB units. The lower speed modems, using V.22 or V.22bis standards, provide a speedy hand -shaking process and a sufficient bit rate to complete the typical data transaction requiring relative low bandwidth within seconds. The higher -speed modems including V.34, V.90 and V.92, have maximum downstream data rates of 33.6kbps, 48kbps and 56kbps respectively. These high -speed modems are suitable for the transfer of data for interactive STB applications that require real -time response such as interactive gaming and Internet/email/IM access.
GAO's high -speed soft -modems are typically deployed in high -end satellite STBs in order to support advanced interactive features, to meet desirable response times and higher bit rates.
For more information about GAO's soft -modems for STB, please visit www.GAOResearch.com or contact Sales@GAOResearch.com.
About GAO Research Inc.
GAO Research Inc. is a recognized international leading provider of communications software to telecom and electronics companies and provides the most comprehensive and unique suite of modem, fax, telephony, speech software, VoIP, FoIP, fax relay and fax/modem/voice relay software for embedded applications for DSP and microprocessors.
For more information please visit http://www.GAOResearch.com
GAO Research Inc. is a member of GAO Group, which also includes
GAO RFID Inc. - http://www.GAORFID.com
GAO Tek Inc. - http://www.GAOTek.com
GAO RFID Asset Tracking - http://www.GAORFIDAssetTracking.com
GAO Embedded - http://www.GAOEmbedded.com
GAO Instruments - http://www.GAOInstruments.com
GAO Comm - http://www.GAOComm.com
GAO Fiber Optics - http://www.GAOFiberOptics.com

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