MT-G5321 SoC PHY for CO and CPE



Metanoia’s  MT-G5321 is a PHY designed for both Network Terminal design and Small Form-Factor Pluggable (SFP) transceiver use. It is compliant with ITU-T G.9700 and G.9701 standards.

The Standard was created to solve the problems uncovered by FTTH deployment such as delays in obtaining permit for road digging, refusal from homeowner for fiber wiring, etc. Considering the cost of the fiber deployment, is undoubtedly the most efficient way for service providers to supply up to 1 Gbps broadband access service over existing UTP cable. Not only does the technology solves these installation problems, but it ensures a faster return on investment for operators.

The MT-G5321 supports NTR and ToD functions that transport network frequency and time synchronization between network and CPE. It supports wide temperature tolerance which guarantees that it could work properly in any harsh environment. It has an ultra-low power dissipation design and takes power directly from main system board without connecting to an extra wall socket.

For short range ultra-high broadband access, Metanoia’s MT-G5321 is the most efficient and cost saving choice.


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Specifications Features
Frequency Band 2.2 MHz to 106 MHz
Modulation Discrete Multi Tone (DTM)
Duplexing Time Division Duplexing (TDD)
Sub-carriers 2014 carriers with 12 bits/carrier
Sub-carriers spacing 51.75 kHz
ANDR Aggregate Net Data Rate: 1 Gbps

Trellis coding

Reed-Solomon coding

Maximum TX Power 4 dBm
Handshake ITU-T G.994.1
OAM Features
SOC, EOC, RMC Compliant
SRA Seamless Rate Adaptation
Bit Swapping Compliant
RPA RMC Parameter Adjustment
FRA Fast Rate Adaptation
TIGA Transmitted Initiated Gain Adjustment
Advanced ITU Features
G.inp Retransmission
Vectoring Linear vectoring (CPE)
NTR NTR transport on
ToD Frequency synchronize and Time synchronize
Other Features
QoS Flexible packet sorting based on EtherType VLAN ID or VLAN priority (supports QinQ)
EBM Ethernet Boot & Management
Host / Master SPI, I2C