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MXL683-AF-T

Tuner + ISDB-T Demodulator SoC Powers “Time Shift” Televisions.

Manufacturer Part Number Manufacturer Standard Package Lead Time Unit Price(USD)
10 3~5Days $2.10

MXL301-AB-T

Low-power hybrid digital/analog tuner

Manufacturer Part Number Manufacturer Standard Package Lead Time Unit Price(USD)
1 3~5Days $0.10

MXL603-AG-T

Terrestrial Broadcast COMS Digital Tuner

Manufacturer Part Number Manufacturer Standard Package Lead Time Unit Price(USD)
7 3~5Days $0.60

MXL251-AF-T

Tuner

Manufacturer Part Number Manufacturer Standard Package Lead Time Unit Price(USD)
1 3~5Days $2.40

MXL608-AG-T

Terrestrial Broadcast COMS Digital Tuner

Manufacturer Part Number Manufacturer Standard Package Lead Time Unit Price(USD)
10 3~5Days $0.50

MXL661-AG-R

Terrestrial Broadcast COMS Tuner

Manufacturer Part Number Manufacturer Standard Package Lead Time Unit Price(USD)
10 3~5Days $0.50

MXL214-CF-R

Cable Video

Manufacturer Part Number Manufacturer Standard Package Lead Time Unit Price(USD)
5 3~5Days $3.20
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MaxLinear delivers high-performance broadband and networking semiconductors based on its highly integrated radio frequency analog technology, high-performance optical networking technology and its pioneering MoCA and Direct Broadcast Satellite ODU single-wire technology.

MaxLinear was founded in 2003. The company’s original high performance, radio-frequency receiver products capture and process digital and analog broadband signals for applications including terrestrial, cable and satellite television and DOCSIS broadband. These products include both RF receivers and RF receiver systems-on-chip, or SoCs, which incorporate highly integrated radio system architecture and demodulator technology. The company’s products were based on its pioneering low power, low cost CMOS process technology.

MaxLinear also offers optical networking driver and trans-impedance amplifier ICs for 100G/400G optical data center networks. The devices use advanced technology that cut in half the number of channels needed in optical transmission modules, reducing power consumption, size and cost for 100Gbps and 400Gbps networks.