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Adaptive Networks  Profile

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Adaptive Networks  Company Overview

Since 1986, Adaptive Networks has operated as a provider of Powerline Communication products. In 1994 Adaptive became a fabless semiconductor provider offering an assortment of AN Pro-Line chip-based products with throughputs of 100 kbps, 19.2 kbps and 4.8 kbps in chipset, module and modem system form factors.

Today, Adaptive Networks offers Chipsets, DSP-based solutions with application hosting, Modules, Standalone Modem Systems, including Couplers, and Simulation tools to verify performance.

Adaptive Networks  Products

The types of products manufactured by Adaptive Networks include AN1000 Chipsets, AN192 Chipsets, AN48 Chipsets, AN192 Modules, AN1000 Modules, and Standalone Modems.

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