The Architecture of the Open-Source Remote Phy Device (2016)

By Alon Bernstein and Anlu Yan, Cisco Systems

Cablelabs has recently announced the open-sourcing of the remote phy device (RPD). This paper outlines the vision and main components of the open software that will drive the RPD. For those who seek an in depth review it’s recommended to sign up to Cablelabs openRPD project, read the documentation and of course read the source code !

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