Headquartered in Peterborough, Ontario, Canada, Lindsay Broadband is a designer, manufacturer, and integrator of broadband communication solutions. Lindsay’s range of technologically advanced solutions are helping communication service providers deliver new business services from their networks, find new sources of revenue, and meet the exponentially growing data needs of business and consumers. Lindsay solutions include strand-mounted Wi-Fi hotspots, optical and DOCSIS Gateways, LTE small cell backhaul solutions, end-to-end FTTx and RF solutions. Founded in 1953, Lindsay distributes all its solutions to the global market.
Lindsay Broadband has a proud history of playing a key role in the worldwide
communications industry over the last 60 years. Here are some of our company milestones:
Lindsay Broadband founded by John Thomas, quickly becoming one of the largest manufacturers of off-air antenna products worldwide.
Developed wide bandwidth passives and Amplifiers to tackle the public’s craving for more entertainment services
Designed the first silicon based 300MHz amplifiers which became the standard for North America.
Established contracts to build state of the art networks for MSOs in Belgium, Austria, and Switzerland.
First North American manufacturer to deploy networks in China and Taiwan totaling over 2500 systems.
Instrumental in the creation of a Cable TV industry in South America.
Largest worldwide supplier of ultra-high bandwidth passives during network upgrades.
Expanded operations to Russia with sales office in Moscow.
Designed and manufactured 1GHz LGT multitap to address rebuild requirements and reverse provisioning.
First manufacturer to design and deploy HFC powered strand mounted WiFi.
First manufacturer to deploy 4 port HFC Gateways for IP traffic and security connectivity.
First manufacturer to deploy HFC POE power supplies to power 3rd party IP equipment.
First manufacturer to deploy indoor DOCSIS LTE small cell backhaul gateways.
First manufacturer to deploy HFC strand mounted LTE small cell demarcation gateways.
Engineering upgrades to hard line 100 Series passives extend bandwidth to 1.22GHz in readiness for the launch of DOCSIS 3.1®
Engineering completes advanced design of a premise RFoG node Model LBON500AC with a PON pass through port offering both 1 and 10G wavelengths.
Engineering complete the design of a game-changing multiple dwelling amplifier to 1.22GHz. Model LHA38RM is field upgradeable to DOCSIS3.1® frequency splits 42/54, 85/102 and 204/258MHz.