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Linearity testing for G.hn PLC line drivers

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mouradbey
mouradbey
9/16/2013 3:49:28 PM
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Homeplug AV2 line driver
Hi;

I have two questions in the subject of Homeplug AV2 line driver:

* how calculate the crest factor PAR?

* Does Intersil produce a line driver which works well with Homeplug AV2.

Thank you.

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B_Albing
B_Albing
9/22/2013 9:12:45 PM
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Re: Homeplug AV2 line driver
@mouradbey - regarding the possibility of an Intersil IC for this application, have you checked on www.intersil.com or checked with an Intersil FAE to see if they can provide an answer?

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