Cable modem termination system, such as the Cisco uBR7246VXR router.
Cable modem termination system. A CMTS is a component that exchanges digital signals with cable modems on a cable network. When a CMTS sends signals to a cable modem, it converts them into IP and sends the signal to a router for transmission over the Internet.
Cable Modem Termination System. One piece of hardware that needs to be installed at a cable television head end to make Internet service possible on the cable network.
a data switching system specifically designed to route data from many cable modem users over a multiplexed network interface
an important new element for support of data services that integrates upstream and downstream communication over a cable data network
Cable Modem Termination System. A device deployed in cable operator head-end buildings. The CMTS is connected to the radio frequency (RF) modulator receiver and converts cable modem and MTA data into packets for transport to IP data networks.
Cable Modem Termination System. A termination system located at the cable television system headend or distribution hub that provides complementary functionality to the cable modems, enabling data connectivity to a WAN.
Cable Modem Termination System. An equipment at a CATV operator site (Head End) that contains modems which terminate and communicate with all its subscribers cable modems. Also see CATV and cable modem.
Cable Modem Termination System. The Cable Modem Termination System (CMTS) is the major component of the headend. It interfaces to the cable network, the backbone data network, and several support systems. The CMTS also controls the configuration, registration, and media access of all the cable modems under its control, and determines who gets to transmit when, and for how long.
See Cable Modem Termination System
Cable modem termination system. A CMTS is a component that exchanges digital signals with cable modems on a cable network. The CMTS is usually located in the cable provider's local office.
Cable modem termination system. Either a router or bridge, typically at the cable headend.
Call Modem Termination System.
A system of devices located at the head-end (transmission source) that exchanges digital signals with cable modems on cable network.
Refers to Cable Modem Termination System.
Cable modem termination system. Bay Networks Versalar CMTS product based on DOCSIS, designed for the broadband services industry. See also DOCSIS, Versalar TM.
A device on which coax trunks terminate. CMTSs are linked together by accessing a common Ethernet hub, which, in turn, feeds into the IP router, which then develops the optimum path to take over an optical backbone onto the ISP.
Abbreviation for cable modem termination system.
Cable Modem Termination System. Located at the cable television system headend or distribution hub, a CMTS provides complementary functionality to the cable modems to enable data connectivity to a wide-area network.