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The ASC3101HV device combines NXPs programmable DSP based AISG modem functionality with a powerful 94 MHz
Arm® Cortex®-M3 processor with embedded flash program memory. The AISG modem
functionality is identical as provided by NXPs
standalone AISG transceiver ASC3011HN, with the same programmable features. This combination of functions
represents a highly optimized and cost-effective solution for any tower mounted device requiring 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. 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.
Click here to read the Basestation Site Scanning proposal with AISG modems