CommScope ( CTV) blew out second-quarter earnings targets Wednesday, citing a 32% sales jump in sales to phone companies.The Hickory, N.C., broadband cable manufacturer made $46.6 million, or 65 cents a share, up from the year-ago $16.3 million, or 25 cents a share. Excluding one-time gains, latest-quarter earnings were 43 cents a share, 9 cents ahead of the Thomson Financial analyst consensus estimate. Sales rose 22% from a year ago to $412 million, primarily driven by increased customer demand and price increases in response to higher raw material costs. Analysts were looking for sales of $410 million. Broadband sales rose 24% to $137 million, while enterprise sales rose 18% to $205 million and carrier sales rose 32% to $71 million. The company also raised third-quarter and full-year guidance, saying it expects a top line of $420 million to $435 million for the quarter and $1.56 billion to $1.59 billion for the year. Analysts were looking for $403 million for the quarter and $1.54 billion for the year. "We delivered strong financial results in the second quarter and we are raising our sales and operating income guidance for calendar year 2006 to reflect the expectation of improving Enterprise sales volume, higher sales prices and ongoing cost management," said finance chief Jearld L. Leonhardt. Shares rose 40 cents late Wednesday to $31.