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The ASC3112HV device combines two of NXPs programmable DSP based AISG modems with a powerful 94 MHz Arm® Cortex®-M3 processor with embedded flash program memory. The AISG modem functionality is identical as provided by NXPs dual
modem AISG transceiver ASC3012HN, with the same programmable features. This combination of functions represents a
highly optimized and cost-effective solution for any tower mounted device requiring multiple AISG transceivers and
a CPU. It is a good fit for tower mounted amplifiers, antennas with remote electrical tilt control, adjustable
filters/combiners or any other device in a basestation tower with AISG control or the need for multiple AISG
transceivers. The Cortex-M3 processor includes a broad range of interfaces like PWM outputs,
multi-channel ADC/DACs, and a high number of GPIO pins. As the AISG OOK modem is a separate functional block next
to the Arm® processor, the processing power of the Cortex-M3 remains fully available for controlling
the tower mounted device.