Best Practices for DOCSIS 3.1 Phase Noise Design in the Remote PHY Node (2017)

By Zhuo Zhao, Jiayou Meng & Haibin Tang, Cisco System

This paper presents a best practice for DOCSIS 3.1 phase noise design related to lower cost and higher phase noise performance in remote PHY node/shelf products. The following figure shows a remote PHY device (RPD) block diagram, which is applicable to a remote PHY node or remote PHY shelf.

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